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  • This week's news..... Congratulations to our Under 16s girls team who won the Kent Futsal Final this week and will now represent Kent in the regional finals.    Thanks to all our musicians, singers ...
    Posted 22 Apr 2016, 03:05 by Sue Young
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  • OfSTED Inspection Report May 2016 Mrs Atkinson and the Chair of our Governing Body have written to parents and sent them a hard copy of the above Inspection Report. You can download their letter and the report by clicking the links below. Following the two day Section 8 Ofsted Inspection, please find enclosed their full report. We thought we would highlight some of the many positive features for your attention.The Inspectors were particularly complimentary regarding our students. They found that ‘the students are confident and self-assured.’ They are respectful to each other and are happy to talk to adults about their feelings and concerns.’. Inspectors were very confident that a culture exists to promote the safety of all pupils and were confident that ...
    Posted 16 Jun 2016, 05:10 by Tim Johnson
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  • National under 13 Girls Handball - Penny & Bobbie's Student Report
    U13 Handball

    On Sunday June 11, the Year 8 girls (Penny, Bobbie, Holly C, Holly M, Mollie S, Molly H, Sindy, Rachel and Jess) went to Worcester to compete in the National Handball Finals after our success in the London Youth Games. We left school by 06:30. It was a long drive and we were all really excited. When we eventually arrived, we warmed up and prepared ourselves as we were playing the first match. We drew 2-2 with a great penalty taken by Bobbie. Unfortunately, we lost the next match 2-1 but we still felt confident within ourselves. In our third match we came back fighting and luckily won 2-1 with great teamwork from everybody and amazing goals by Penny and Holly C. Then we won 3-2 with Sindy scoring a great penalty. We knew we had to do well in the next match to qualify for the finals and came out with a draw of 3-3. 

    We were sat at the side lines waiting to hear our result and found out that we had came 2nd and were through to the finals however we know it was tough and had to work as a team. We were all extremely nervous but at the same time really excited. The time had come for us to take our places to walk onto the court. We were escorted onto the court by the referees with music and cheering. We then walked out into our group huddles to have a chat about our tactics. The whistle blew for us to get into position and luckily we started with the ball. We were all fighting hard but unfortunately they played a different defence tactic which led us to be very confused and loose our focus and came out with a loss of 4-0. We were all very disappointed after our loss but we had done the best that we could and we were all pleased with that. Everyone was pleased as it meant that we were the 2nd best U13 girl’s team in the country. They then presented us with our silver medals. On our way back Mrs Pressney and Mr Wiltshire stopped at McDonalds as a hard work present.

    Well done to our players of the tournament, Holly C the players' player, Holly M, Mollie S and SIndy. Well played to everyone and thank you for all of your dedication over the past 10 months. Special thanks to our amazing goalkeeper Mollie Salter who we wouldn’t have got this far without and well done for saving one with your neck! Great play by everyone!

    Posted 21 Jun 2016, 07:35 by Tim Johnson
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Community News

  • Former BA student wins Bexley Business Award
    GT Sport

    Congratulations to Gurdip Thind, a former student of Bexleyheath Academy, who has won the Bexley Borough Best Small/Medium Enterprise (SME) Business for 2016 with his company GT Centre of Sport.  

    Over 162 companies applied and after 4 tough rounds of judging, GT Centre of Sport were crowned the winners at a ceremony at the Marriott Hotel in Bexleyheath.  GT Centre of Sport supports primary schools with their sports coaching and delivery as well as running after-school and school holiday clubs in multi-sports coaching for 5 to 13 year olds.  You can find out more about their work by visiting their websiteGurdip has been a huge supporter of the Academy by offering our current students valuable work experience and work shadowing opportunities during the school holidays.  Well done Gurdip!

    Posted 14 Jun 2016, 04:58 by Tim Johnson
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House News

  • Points from June 18 - 24 Congratulations to Shakespeare for earning a further 919 points this week, Freeman 949, Gandhi 962 and Luther King 1019.  Particular congratulations, however go to Mandela for earning a further 1141 points!
    Posted 24 Jun 2016, 05:05 by Tim Johnson
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