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  • New Designers July 2019

    Published 09/07/19, by Lisa Bottomley

    On Thursday 4th July, I took a group of Year 12 and 10 Design Students to the New Designers Show. This is an exhibition where some of the top designers and engineers get to show their work and the best universities promote their courses. This trip was to allow our students to research methods, materials and ideas for their Independent making projects.    

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  • C3L6 Cambridge Chemistry Challenge

    Published 27/06/19, by Lisa Bottomley

    Well done to the Year 12s that attempted the C3L6 Cambridge Chemistry Challenge in June.

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  • Life @ BGS: Welcoming New Year 12's

    Published 26/06/19, by Lisa Bottomley

    On 24th & 25th June, Bexley Grammar welcomed over 300 students at our Sixth Form induction days.

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  • Y12 Operating Live!

    Published 19/02/19, by Lisa Bottomley

    65 BGS and Chislehurst & Sidcup Science students from Year 12 attended a workshop at BGS where they gained hands on experience of the life of medical students and doctors.

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  • Author Andrew Donkin talks to Year 12 Students

    Published 24/01/19, by Lisa Bottomley

    On the 24th January, guest lecturer Andrew Donkin visited to talk about his excellent graphic novel “Illegal”. It is a timely, fiction book that displays the real stories behind migration in hope for a better life through the tale of Ebo, a vivacious, motherless 12-year-old boy from Niger who follows his older brother from his inadequate village to the city of Agadez, where traffickers take them across the Sahara Desert to a coastal city in northern Libya. Here, the vulnerable boys again put their lives in the hands of iniquitous men, who give them a cramped space on a compact boat heading for Italy, where they believed would be the start of their new, superior life.

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  • Culture Club Visit

    Published 18/12/18, by Lisa Bottomley

    On 28th November, the Sixth Form Culture Club took a trip to see the musical “Chicago” at the Phoenix Theatre near Charing Cross. Set in Chicago in the Jazz Age of the 1920s, it tells the story of Roxie Hart, a young woman who is sent to jail for the murder of a man she was having an affair with and her quest to be acquitted, rather than hanged, but more importantly: to be in the papers!

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  • Sixth Form Extra-Curricular Clubs

    Published 17/10/18, by Lisa Bottomley

    Full details of our Extra-Curricular Clubs for Sixth Formers... 

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  • Y12 & Y13 Anthropology Students on Tour in East London

    Published 17/10/18, by Lisa Bottomley

    On Wednesday 26th September, a group of Year 12 and 13 students studying Anthropology went on a trip to London, with Miss Contini and Mr Joe.

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