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Unmistakably Maplesden

Another year of amazing results. We are so pleased that all the hard work has paid off. We are extremely proud of all our students and our staff as our results are fantastic. We achieved a 97% pass rate with 71% A* – C, 48% A* to B and 22% A* to A. Here are some particularly impressive examples of the kind of standards that make Maplesden Noakes so special.

• Sammi Ta A* Biology, A Maths, B History – going to Warwick University to study Biomedical Science
• Beth Elliott (Head Girl) A Media Studies, A Film Studies, B English Lit – going to Queen Mary’s to study Film Studies
• Isabella Ker A Sociology, B Physical Education, B Psychology – going to St George’s University Hospital to study Physiotherapy
• Dan Whitworth Double distinction in Performing Arts, Distinction* in Public Services – going to Oxford Brookes to study Film and Drama
• Brooke Ellis A* Sociology, A Psychology, B English Lit – apprenticeship
• Charlie May-Loft A Business Studies, A Psychology, B Maths – apprenticeship
• Cerian Dantzie A Psychology, B Philosophy, C Biology
• Antonio Leitao B Art, B Graphics, B Photography
• Tom Carey B Business Studies, B Psychology, C Physical Education
• Rebecca Keyes A Graphics, B Art, C History

The school’s Summer Newsletter for 2018 is now available!

Maplesden to Malawi-the amazing journey begins! Our intrepid explorers left the school at 3pm on Sunday for the beginning of a 40 hour journey to the heart of Malawi where they will build a primary school for children who currently walk 90 minutes every day to school. The start of a life changing adventure!

A number of students represented Maplesden Noakes at the Kent School Games event on Wednesday 27th June for Flag football (Tag American football) and we won!

In addition, the Kent School Games was covered by ITV Meridian News – Watch The Video

Congratulations to the Year 7 Girls who won the Super 8 competition at Medway Park. As such they will now be representing MAidstone District with Valley Park Boys in the Kent School Games.

The final takes place on Thursday the 14th of June at the Julie Rose Stadium in Ashford.