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  • Lecture from Sarah Lasoye, ex-BGS published poet!

    Published 03/11/21

    The fantastic poet and alumna of Bexley Grammar came on Thursday 23rd of September to read and discuss poems from her debut collection of poems “Fovea / Ages Ago''.  Read the report here by our Year 12 English Prefects, Alex and Max.

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  • Mark Evison Foundation funds projects for Year 13 students

    Published 03/11/21

    Current Year 13 students were given the opportunity to apply for funding of up to £500 to complete a project of their choice during the summer holidays. Read about their experiences here.

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  • Year 12 BGS students publish their analysis of a speech by the Chancellor in 'The Backseat Economist'

    Published 13/10/21

    Read the analysis here.

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  • BGS University places

    Published 03/09/21

    7 BGS students to Oxbridge, 63% of BGS students at Russell Group universities and 23/24 Russell Group universities represented.

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  • Our best ever IB results!

    Published 07/07/21

    Year 13 make BGS history...

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  • Our Amazing IB Students!

    Published 13/05/21

    Isaac Frost started learning French on the IB Ab Initio programme at BGS in September 2019. Click here to read his story.

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  • Year 13 success at the Chemistry Olympiad Competition 2021

    Published 01/04/21

    Congratulations to Samuel Gee who achieved a gold certificate. Please click on the link here to read the full story

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  • Oxford University Virtual Open Day

    Published 16/03/21

    Year 12 students attended Oxford University Virtual Open Day.  Read about their experience here.

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  • Sixth Blog: Only7Seconds in your community and in your school.

    Published 19/11/20
    Only7seconds is a mindset movement that was first set up in Pateros, Washington on the west coast of the United States. It was founded by a lovely lady called Kristin Wall, whose son Ethan was extremely ill and bredridden for a long period of time. D
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  • Sixth Blog: A Day in the Life of an IB Student.

    Published 16/11/20

    Is the IB as daunting as it sounds? Whilst there is no doubt it is a demanding course, if offers  skills and opportunities that are incredibly valuable. Read this article to find out what a typical day is like!

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  • Sixth Blog: How can I manage revision effectively?

    Published 16/11/20

    Sixth Form is definitely a step up from GCSE level and, as such, requires quite a bit more work. This can be a shock for some people but it’s important to understand that picking up a few good habits will go a long way to making the workload more manageable! Here are a few tips from some students in their second year…

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  • Sixth Blog: Women In STEM.

    Published 04/11/20
    Technically, I am a woman in STEM. I take higher-level physics and maths. I took these subjects because I loved them at GCSE. I hope to study physics at university and work in this sector too.  First of all, what is STEM? STEM stands for Scie
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