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  • Pothos - Young Enterprise Team, at Greenwich Market, Wednesday 23rd March

    Published 30/03/22

    This was our second trade fair, and we had the opportunity to sell our bath boxes and tote bags at Greenwich market! We improved our trade stand from the previous market and changed our product in order to market it at a higher price. We had another successful market day and all managed to improve our sales skills and meet lots of new people who were part of the Young Enterprise Company Programme. The market was less busy, but we still managed to break even and make a profit!

    Please scan the QR code to keep up to date with Pothos on instagram and tiktok!

    Libby Garrod-Jobbins, Year 12

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  • British Science Week 2022

    Published 29/03/22

    Last week BGS celebrated British Science Week with some amazing activities in school. Click here to read the full report!

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  • Thursday 3rd March 2022 World Book Day

    Published 24/03/22

    World Book Day, the most important day on the English Department’s calendar: especially when it’s the 25th anniversary! To read the full report click on the here.

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  • Pothos - Young Enterprise Team Trading at Old Spitalfields Market!

    Published 10/03/22

    On Tuesday our Year 12 Young Enterprise Team, Pothos, travelled to Old Spitalfields Market to sell 2 of our sustainable products, tote bags and bath boxes. We aim to be as sustainable as we can with our limited budget. We would especially like to reduce the use of plastic bags and single use plastic products in the bathroom as they are a major contributor to landfills. The day was extremely successful, and we managed to sell the majority of our products, coming out of the day with a profit! We developed our sales skills, improved our entrepreneurial skills, met many new people and gained some followers on our social media networks. Scan the QR code to keep up to date with Pothos! 

    Chikioke Ifeanyi-Dibie, Year 12
    Managing Director of Pothos

     

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  • Ex-BGS student publishes future bestseller!

    Published 10/02/22

    The new and exciting entrant in YA fiction, the author Finn Longman, brought one of their most intricate pieces of crime riddling thriller to Bexley Grammar school on Monday 31st January. Click here to continue reading.

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  • The Sakura Project ~ Tree Planting Ceremony

    Published 10/02/22

    Some of you may have noticed the new addition to the school grounds. Click here to read the full story.

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  • Mermaid Production 2022

    Published 01/02/22
    Those fortunate enough to be in the audience will have seen the explosion of joy and energy from the young actors, all that had been pent-up in the last 2 years of cancelled school productions came to life. It was wonderful, but don'
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  • U16 KENT CUP FINALISTS!

    Published 24/01/22

    A cracking performance by the U16 Football Girls in the semi-final against Ravensbourne on Saturday 22nd January.  

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  • Cyberhackers make it to the Finals!​​​​​​​

    Published 18/01/22

    Diep Anh Nguyen, Angela Luong, Sophie Huang and Anagha Pai, all from 8LPV have won a place in the South East Finals for the CyberFirst Girls competition. Well done girls! Click here to read the full story.

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  • Congratulations Nathan, winner of the Martin Dales Trophy in the Beckenham Music Festival 2021!

    Published 18/01/22

    Congratulations to Nathan Singleton, Year 11, for winning the Martin Dales Trophy in the Beckenham Music Festival 2021. Well done Nathan! Click here to read his account.

     

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  • .b An Introduction to Mindfulness​​​​​​​

    Published 18/01/22

    7STA and 7MAM recently completed their Mindfulness course as part of their personal development curriculum.  Students were asked what they liked most about the course. Click here to read their comments 

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  • The Elephant Vanishes​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

    Published 18/01/22

    In an interview with Mieko Kawakami, celebrated Japanese author Haruki Murakami discusses the feminist critiques of his work, which are often considered to objectify women. Click here to read full article.

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