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  • Year 7 girls dominate in Medway Netball tournament

    Published 17/03/17

    Year 7 Netball team smash the opposition to go undefeated in district tournament.

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  • DOMEG Money Matters Presentation

    Published 14/03/17

    Come along to the presentation on Thursday 30th March 2017 5pm - 7pm

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  • 'The school to beat': the inside story on the Basketball Academy

    Published 10/03/17

    Mr Charles and David Barnett talk to the brains behind one of the school's biggest successes.

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  • Sixth Form prepare for vital Parents' evening

    Published 28/02/17

    Sixth form students are urged to come to Parents' evening, reports Lindsey Alimodian.

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  • Tesco's 'Bags of Help' shortlists Robert Napier initative 

    Published 23/02/17

    George Perfect reports on a unique opportunity for the school and its community.

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  • DOMEG Money Matters Presentation

    Published 08/02/17

    Come along to the Domeg Money Matters presentation

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  • Napier boys continue to impress on the racetrack 

    Published 02/02/17

    Mr Stride reports on another successful day of racing.

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  • Napier's racers impress at British Schools Karting Championship 

    Published 25/01/17

    By Lindsey Alimodian

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  • Sixth Form mock exams give students boost

    Published 18/01/17

    In the last week, students across year 12 and 13 have undergone a considerable amount of mock exams, in preparation for upcoming summer exams.

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  • An Evening with the Arts

    Published 21/12/16

    Acting, music and dancing are some of the hardest art forms to master, especially in front of a crowd of adults and children. However, brave students across years 9 to 12 were able to put on quite the show on Wednesday 14 December.

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  • Ready, Steady, Cook

    Published 16/12/16

    Students across Year 7 and 8 were treated to a live, high-octane cook-off, featuring students and staff, on Tuesday 13 December.

    The Fun into Food team staged their own version of Ready, Steady, Cook, where two teams competed against the clock to deliver a healthy and tasty meal. The red team was led by Mrs Jones, whilst the green team was fronted by Mr Minchin.

    At the end of the 15-minute session, the students decided on the winning team. The red team’s Thai fishcakes with five spice noodles romped to victory over the green team’s chickpea curry.

    Mrs Jones said: "It was very nerve wracking; however, it was a really enjoyable experience. The students worked really well as a team. They did the school extremely proud under that kind of pressure."

    The aim of the session was to show students how fun cooking can be. It also informed them on the benefits of a balanced, nutritious diet.

    Mrs Jones added: "It really was a great way of promoting healthy eating and a healthy lifestyle."

    Well done to all involved - both in the spotlight and in the audience!

     

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  • The Robert Napier School In House Christmas Market

    Published 15/12/16

    All week long, the Robert Napier community has been feeling the festive spirit with the opening of its very own Christmas market.

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