Pent Valley hosted over 100 Primary School Children to take part in a Multi-Sport competition for year 3 and 4 pupils as part of the school’s Shepway School Games (SSG) competition programme.
Pent Valley remembers WW1 Christmas Truces through football
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Lottie Schulze attended the Holocaust Memorial Day activity at the People’s History Museum in Manchester on Monday. For more on this follow the link below.
Year 9 Options Evening
Thursday 4th June 2015
Parents will receive individual appointment times before half term.
The English Department at Pent Valley honoured Shakespeare week in dramatic fashion last week. After a series of events during lessons, the team put on a free play in the school hall to mark the occasion for the students.
Pent Valley School’s Extended Day Programme was launched in September 2014 for all new Year 7 students. The aim behind the Extended Day Programme is to enable students to stay on at school until 5pm, in a supervised and constructive environment. Linked to the school’s Sports Academy status, the Extended Day Programme enables students the opportunity to try new, exciting sporting and creative opportunities within the local area.
Pent Valley School Year 10 Citizenship students, Jessica Griffiths, Brandon Shaw, Cai Worrall and Annie Hope, planned and organised the events that took place in school during Comic Relief on Friday 13th March.
Year 11 student, Jake Penfold has achieved the ultimate in attendance during his five years at Pent Valley School.
Pent Valley's Shepway School Games (SSG) team hosted a festival day of wheelchair basketball at Pent Valley School, in which twelve primary school teams were in action.
After making her appearing on 27th January 2015 on the morning edition of BBC Breakfast as an ambassador for the Holocaust Educational Trust, 6th Form Pent Valley student Charlotte (Lottie) Schulze, organised and hosted a commemorative Holocaust event, the same evening at the school.
Hosting with Jodie Herzog, another 6th Form Pent Valley student, the duo spoke eloquently about the importance of keeping the memory of the Holocaust alive.
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In November 2014 Pent Valley School hosted a live cook-off contest where student competitors were tasked to create two dishes within a budget of £10, and a time limit of three hours. Katie Hogben, Year 12 and Conor Laker, Year 13 were selected to represent key stage 5 and Aimee Rose Ball-Reeder, Year 10 and Callum Elliott, Year 8 were chosen to represent key stage 3.
The English and Maths department at Pent Valley School have been working closely with local Primary schools on a number of initiatives to improve Literacy and Numeracy in the local area.
Pent Valley on BBC Radio Kent:-
Broadcast of Charlotte's visit to Auchwitz.
Zoe's and Jessica's Audio Broadcast.
Event this evening at 5pm in the Main School Hall to ‘Keep the Memory Alive’
Today on BBC Breakfast our very own Zoe Baker and student Charlotte Schulze talking about Holocaust Memorial Day 2015. Watch it again here.
Thank you to the kind-hearted ladies of Shepway, who after reading an appeal on Facebook by a member of staff from Pent Valley School, responded in an overwhelming and generous way. These ladies readily donated Prom dresses and glitzy shoes that were laying surplus to requirement in their wardrobes.
Pent Valley School held a Dance Festival as part of the Pent Valley’s Shepway School Games (SSG) competition programme.
Year 7 Pent Valley students enjoyed an afternoon at the Marlowe Theatre yesterday, joining other schools and members of the public for the matinee performance of ‘Aladdin’.
Years 7 and 8 students from Pent Valley School entered a ‘Decorate a Christmas Cake’ competition, as part of their food technology lessons. Five finalist were chosen, and yesterday these students had a ‘bake off’.
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Pent Valley held a glittering ‘Oscars’ style awards ceremony yesterday evening at the Leas Cliff Hall.
Seventy-eight students had previously been nominated for an award by the Heads of Faculties, under the three following categories: Excellent Progress, Outstanding Achievement, or Exceptional Effort. One student was then chosen on merit from each category to receive an engraved trophy.
On Wednesday 26th November 37 students from Pent Valley entered the Kent School games table tennis tournament held at Medway Park. All students participated well. One of our teams successfully achieved 3rd place receiving a bronze medal. These students are Brooke Colyer, Topaz Gilson, Charlotte Redmond, Beth Harman. Well done to all who took part on in this event
Pent Valley students from Year 10 held a Coffee Morning in aid of MacMillan. The Coffee Morning is MacMillan’s biggest fundraising event, and last year 154,000 people signed up, raising a record £20 million pounds.
Pent Valley Year 11 student, Nicole Worthington was awarded runner-up status in a national photographic competition, after Mrs Debbie Downey, AST Science & ITT Teacher, suggested she submit a photograph.
Vicky, a representative from Coty International, popped in last Friday to meet the students that took part in a Coty International employee fete last summer.
Pent Valley visited Canterbury Cricket Ground last week to watch the first day of Kent vs Gloucestershire as part of the Chance to Shine 'Schools Day Out' initiative. The sun was shining and Gloucestershire came out to bat....
6th Form students at Pent Valley were given the opportunity to attend an exciting and innovative careers education programme. Supported by a range of partners including the National Careers Service and the National Apprenticeship Service, the aim of the workshop was to get the students to discuss their future careers, and to make informed decisions about their life after school.