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Bushcraft course at beginning of year 8 when children spend several days camping in the woods. Staff on the look-out for leadership qualities and heads of school and prefects are announced afterwards. Children taught that they are part of a wider community and pupils’ charity committee an important part of school life – ‘it’s not just about raising money; kids spent some time at Age UK drop in centre’. Our guides felt that ‘friendship issues were sorted out quickly’ and they were ‘given more freedom than at other schools and that...

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Since 2012 Mr Luke Harrison BA PGCE IAPS. Early 40s. An old boy of the school (along with three other members of staff), he was educated at Tonbridge and St Mary’s College, Twickenham (University of Surrey) where he read English and drama. Did his PGCE at St Luke’s, Exeter with his first job at the Weald of Kent Girls' Grammar, where he met his wife. He then taught English and theatre studies up to A level at Kingston Grammar. Joined Sevenoaks Prep in 2001, as he wanted the opportunity to get involved with all aspects of school life and had a brief to get drama back on track.

Married to Clare, a trained teacher who, among her many roles, is assistant head, in charge of admissions and teaches history to...

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