Covid-19 05.06.20

 PARENT AND CARER MESSAGE BULLETIN – Friday 5th June 2020 Dear Parents and Carers Extended Opening Update As you may be aware, the Department for Education (DfE) has asked secondary schools to consider the re-introduction of some face-to-face tuition for students in Year 10 and Year 12. In the DfE’s guidance secondary schools should consider approaches to extended provision for … Read More

Bexley Women’s Aid

Bexley Womens Aid Dear Parents / Carers, Some of Townley Grammar School’s former students are raising money for Bexley Women’s Aid as, within the last week, there has been a 120% surge in calls to the National Domestic Abuse Helpline and this number is on the increase. Bexley Women’s Aid enables and empowers women and children experiencing domestic abuse to … Read More

Covid-19 27.03.20

PARENT AND CARER MESSAGE BULLETIN – Friday 27th March 2020 Students who have difficulty logging on to their Office 365 account through the link on the website should access this account through a Google Chrome search for Office 365. This will take them to the login page for them to access their account. Alternatively, they can download the App which … Read More

Foodbank Collection 2018

King Henry School supported Bexley Foodbank this winter, with collection boxes in Form rooms or donations  passed to Mrs Scotter in the Registration office. A big thank you to students, parents, guardians, carers & staff for all their generous donations to our Winter Foodbank appeal. The appeal was co-ordinated by Mrs Scotter & Mrs Courtley and was launched as a … Read More

Rotary Christmas Walks

The annual Rotary Christmas Walks took place on Tuesday 11th and 18th December. Every year we work with the Rotary Club to raise money through completing Christmas walks in the local area. King Henry students helped Santa and his sleigh lead the way with students knocking on doors to collect donations for the local community. It was a fabulous event … Read More

Christmas Card Competition 2018

Students engaged in this challenge with enthusiasm and devoted their time both in class, after school and at home to create their design. Each year worked to a particular theme, according to their current scheme of work: Year 7 based their designs on nature; Year 8 on African pattern; and Year 9 concentrated their ideas on the theme of Surrealism. … Read More