Thank you for your interest in The Howard School at what I think is a very exciting time to be part of the school’s community. As part of The Howard Academy Trust, we are committed to a shared moral purpose; to make a positive difference to the lives of the young people in our community.
The Howard School is a highly inclusive school community where every individual matters. High levels of discipline ensure everyone is expected to work hard and make a positive contribution to the learning environment. The school has been recognised as a Rights Respecting School at Gold Level by UNICEF, the only secondary school in Kent or Medway to receive such an award.
"Pupils enjoy school and feel valued. The school is inclusive with a real sense of community. Relationships between pupils, and between pupils and staff, are a real strength."
- Ofsted, November 2021
We endeavour to enhance the life chances of our young people by maximising their educational achievement. Our local and national reputation is one that continues to grow. The curriculum that we offer ensures all our students receive a solid academic education alongside a wide range of opportunities for personal development.
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We are in the top 4 non selective schools for performance for boys across Medway and Kent.
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The Howard School has proudly maintained its high academic standards, with students delivering consistently excellent ac...
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The Howard School Year 13 cohort collected their results this morning amidst an atmosphere of excitement and celebration...
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Our school academic year culminated with the usual Festival of Sport. This day is always a firm favourite on the school...
Our year 9 students safely arrived in Ypres today on their History residential and are pictured here at the Hooge Crater Museum. Students are standing on a German trench system where the Germans stayed, on high ground, for 2 years so they could defend any attack from the allies.
Was lovely to welcome you back.
Our Christmas Giftbag Appeal to support the homeless within our community over this festive period is picking-up pace and your donations are coming in. If you have anything that you would like to donate to this incredibly worthwhile cause, please do donate to our main office.
Represent your House and take part in this year's House Poetry competition to be in with a chance of winning some fantastic cash prizes! Christ Church College at the University of Oxford are running their Tower Poetry Competition again. This year, the poet who writes the best single poem on the theme of 'Mirror' receives £5000! There will be a second prize of £3000, and a third prize of £1500. Along with these, there will be ten runners up, who will each receive £500. Submit your House Poetry entries to your English teacher making sure you have written on the theme of 'Mirror' and you have written your name, form and House on your entry. Along with the fantastic prizes on offer, the school will be rewarding students with Amazon vouchers for our winning entries! Deadline is Monday 20th December - good luck!
We are pleased to announce that, following the validation of results, we are the TOP PERFORMING all boys non-selective school in Kent and Medway! For more information, please visit the link below: