At last.... the SG Messenger has been uploaded to the school website. It is, in fact, a bumper edition containing news and photos of what was an inspiring and exciting week. Prep 3s in Canterbury, Fireworks night, Remembering 1918 concert, Cross-Country... and much more!
Don't forget the SG PTA Christmas Market on Friday 30 November 9am-12pm A peaceful setting to browse a gorgeous selection of gift ideas.Please come and support our school community ... See MoreSee Less
But what if Kirsty’s baby is a male one? A dashing, smashing, handsome lad, I say: Will she call him Harry, Or Brian, Bill or Barry? No, she’ll do the same, a name that starts with K.
Kristian, Kenny, Kurtis, Kevin Keegan Kristoff, Keith, Kyle, Koby, Kofi, Keane; Kenneth, Konrad, Kurt and Kaz, Kendal, Kendrick, Kenton, Chaz, Kenzo, Kiefer, Kirby, Klaus and Kelvin, Kipling, Kaiser Kraus and King Kanute, Karaktakus, Karl, Konstanteen….KEMP! ... See MoreSee Less
Three Last Posts in three days! SG Trumpeter Alice R has just completed her remembrance weekend assignments with her third performance of The Last Post (and Reveille) at Wye Church's Act of Remembrance. Well done Alice for your exceptional playing! ... See MoreSee Less
A wonderful gathering of people (with an estimated age range of 93+ years) took part in our joint concert with Lady Joanna Thornhill Primary School. We sang and listened to the poetry and World War 1 stories. We also enjoyed the wonderful bagpipes played by L Cpl Mahesh Gurung of the Gurkha Regiment and the string quartet's Elgar. There is still a chance to visit the exhibition of local world war 1 history in the church put together by our own pupils as well as local historians. Sunday's service begins at 10am and concludes with the Act of Remembrance at 10.50am by the memorial cross and will feature SG's Alice R playing The Last Post.
Big thanks to everyone who came to the Spring Grove Inter Schools cross-country yesterday - Ashford School, Chilham School, Chartham School and Wellesley House, and to all the staff and parents for supporting the event. In true cross-country tradition it poured for all the races except the last one, and there was a lot of grit and determination shown by all the runners just to get round the course.