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Gillingham School

Lords debate

House of Lords debate Public Speaking is an important skill and, at Gillingham School, we are very keen to give our students the skills and opportunity to speak their opinions and express their …
care home students visit

Gillingham School’s Sixth Form has been working hard to build links with the local community, in a project led by the assistant head of Sixth Form, El Little. Over the course of the …
Gillingham Mayor Barry Von Clemens, Councillor Val Pothecary and the Media Makers student team.

Over the last eight weeks Gillingham School students have been taking part in a Media Makers Club through the Gillingham Youth Collective. The club has involved young people working after-school developing media skills …
school sports awards Gillingham

Gillingham School recently celebrated many sporting success stories during their annual Sports Awards evening and the guest speaker this year was ex-student Marlo Boyd. Whilst at Gillingham School Marlo was an accomplished school …
Will Alexander

Will Alexander from Gillingham is in the running for Young Fundraiser of the Year at The Brain Tumour Charity’s upcoming community awards ceremony, Celebrating You 2023. Will, who is aged eleven and attends …
African abventures

My name is Cai and I am a Year 12 student at Gillingham School.  This July, I will be taking part in a volunteering trip to Zanzibar in Tanzania that has been organised …
Merck cube

Science and technology company Merck has begun its European tour to attract a new generation of scientists with an unusual mobile lab at Gillingham School. The company, which has a major facility in …
Jack Rymer

A student from Gillingham School has won a prestigious award for young chefs. Jack Rymer has won the Aspiring Student Chef category of the Teflon™ Diamond Standard Awards. As a result he will …
Robbie Cumming.

When Robbie Cumming left his home town of Gillingham for the bright lights of London, he hoped to make a career in television or comedy. ‘I didn’t have any connections, though, so that …