• Important update from Wisepay regarding recent loss of service

    Please see below the most recent update from WisePay regarding the loss of service: Parent Notice from WisePayDear Parents and Carers, We value the privacy of your information, which is why we are writing promptly to let you know about a data security incident that affected our payment platform provider, WisePay. At some point around 2 October 2020, we understand that a cyberattack occurred in the form of a URL manipulation, meaning that the payment gateway page was redirected or controlled by a bad actor. WisePay has engaged a computer forensics expert, and the forensic investigation is ongoing. Even though you did not attempt to make any transactions during the period in question, as best practice, we would still recommend that you are especially cautious regarding your personal financial arrangements and take prompt steps to pause or cancel the payment card you have used on our site. read more

  • COVID-19 - Measures in place to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the College Community

    COVID-19 - Measures in place to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the College community In order to reassure the College and wider College community, detailed below is our current procedures and arrangements in place to ensure we are adhering to the COVID-19 safety measures: Bubbles Year groups are separated from each other and are grouped in whole year group 'bubbles'. Year group bubbles are taught in separate areas to other year group bubbles and remain in these areas for all non-specialist subject lessons to restrict movement around the College site. The College timetable has been written to avoid mixing of group bubbles and where possible, specialist rooms such as Technology and IT have been assigned to individual year group bubbles to avoid potential mixing of equipment. Where this is not always possible to see the section on cleaning below. read more

  • Yr 11 Science Mocks Schedule






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  • Year 10 Primary Visit

    A group of year 10 students recently agreed to volunteer in the local community to help a Primary School with the maintenance of their Forest School. 13 students went to Hurst Primary School in Bexley and worked extremely hard to make the school's Forest School area more usable. The boys moved over 3 tonnes of shingle in an afternoon and placed it on the very muddy and boggy floor so that the younger students could still access one of their favourite resources. Everyone involved said how polite our students were and how hard they worked. read more

  • Colour Run 2020

    On Friday 13th March students at Kemnal took part in our second colour run to raise money for Sport Relief. Students could either be sponsored to take part in the run or pay to be a Paint Thrower! Ms Cornish, Deputy Headteacher who took part in the event said: Thank you to all the pupils and staff who took part in the Colour Run on Friday! The afternoon was full of fun, laughter and colour! read more