From Phil Harding re Annual Dinner

From Phil Harding – current list of Attendees for the Annual Dinner. Only 4 weeks from now on 05 Dec. All bookings to be received by Phil on or before Monday 30 Nov. Arrive early and take a tour of the school including the new teaching block on the site of the old tennis courts adjoining Cherry Garden Avenue. Plans are in place to replace the legendary Gym, this may be your last chance to re-visit it!

Get some old friends together and make a reunion. The Old Harveians would particularly like to see those who joined the school 50 years ago in 1965 and 25 years ago in 1990. Good to see someone from my year on the list. Where are the rest of the 1969 group? I know that you are out there….

Also on 05 Dec. in the morning the Staff v School football. Spend the afternoon catching up on the changes around the harbour and Old High St before the Dinner in the evening.

More info. phil@ksfa.freeserve.co.uk

Andy Allon (76-81)

John Batten (52-59)

Michael Bedford (39-46)

Stuart Busby (80-87)

Bill Caudwell – ex-staff (03-13)

John Challis (59-66)

Matt Cinelli (93-00)

John Dennis (Chairman of Governors)

Jeffery Develin (50-56)

Richard Dodds (83-90)

Robin Eyers (50-56)

Daniel Falvey (03-10)

Bill Floydd (48-49)

Trevor Greening (ex-Governor)

John Greening (69-76)

Phil Harding – ex-staff (79-12)

David Harrison (59-60)

John Herbert – ex-staff (59-89)

Ivor Hopper (45-52)

Peter Imbert (44-49)

James Johnson (03-10)

Barry Knight (75-82)

Colin Manning (52-54)

Brian Michell (45-48)

Scott Norman (85-92, Headmaster)

Cyril Orchard (41-47 OHA President 1971)

Simon Philpott (74-81)

Jim Radford (60-65)

Keith Radford (52-54)

Henry Shackleton (34-40)

John Smith (46-53)

Martin Taylor-Smith (64-71)

Nigel ‘NAT’ Thomas – ex-staff (61-92)

Alec Vincent (49-54)

Chris Wells (55-60)

Chris White (93-00)

Derek Wood (45-51)

Dick Young – ex-staff (62-95)

Don Young (50-52)

 

DINNER NOTICE DEC 2015

THE OLD HARVEIANS’ ASSOCIATION 

ANNUAL DINNER

Saturday 5th December   7.00 pm for 7.30 pm at the School

The Dinner has been a sell-out in the past two years!  To avoid disappointment, please book early.

We hope for a particularly good attendance from those who joined or left the School 50 years ago in 1965 and 25 years ago in 1990

As usual a good number of current and former staff are expected. Regular attendees (tbc) include Nigel ‘Nat’ Thomas, Peter ‘Pat’ Thomas, John Edwards, Bill Wright, Simon Goodfellow, Geoff Cooke, Richard ‘Dick’ Young, John Herbert and more.

For Menu and Booking Form click here   DINNER NOTICE DEC 2015

Dinner 2013 - Barry Fuller & Nicholas Robbins & Richard Robbins & Peter thomas

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GCSE Results 2015: Outstanding number of A and A* grades for The Harvey Grammar School’s pupils

Boys at the The Harvey Grammar School celebrated another successful set of results this morning.

Kenneth Gainsford and Ethan Pyott lead the group with 12 GCSE’s each all at A* and A grades.

Head Teacher Scott Norman said: “A year of very hard work from our boys and staff has delivered another outstanding set of GCSE results.

“It’s also very pleasing that all 14 of our Y11 students who are from disadvantaged backgrounds and for whom we receive additional pupil premium funding performed extremely well and gained the 5A*-C including Maths and English benchmark.”

Read more: http://www.folkestoneherald.co.uk/GCSE-Results-2015-Outstanding-number-grades/story-27646205-detail/story.html#ixzz3jRGar9i8
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100% A-level pass rate

http://www.folkestoneherald.co.uk/LEVEL-RESULTS-Harvey-head-delighted-triumphs/story-27601626-detail/story.html

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Library Book Appeal – Update

From Phil Harding

“Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to the Library Appeal. Our target of buying 200 books has already been exceeded, and the School is currently looking to add to the list so that more books can be purchased. All books will have a commemorative sticker inserted in them to acknowledge the sponsor.

The books will make a significant difference to the Library and will be ordered over the summer holiday so that they arrive in good time for the start of the new School Year in September.  The Appeal is still running for Old Harveians to contribute if they wish to.”

Further update  from Phil 27 July – ‘I estimate we will end up being able to buy 350-400 books, which is a massive amount for the library’.

 

From John Oliver johne.oliver22@gmail.com

There are some spaces left on the OHA Annual Outing.
The trip is on Saturday 15th of August. Cost £45 which includes a coach trip with Crosskeys Coaches to The Olympic Park where we pick up a Blue Badge Guide from City and Village Tours who will take us around the park taking in the iconic venues. We then rejoin the coach at The Westfield Shopping centre for a ride through Epping Forest and up the Lee Valley where we board a wide beamed barge for a 90 minute cruise during which a cream team will be served at tables and chairs.

If there is sufficient interest some can enjoy a cable car ride over The Thames on the way back which will be extra but the cost is not known until I am aware of numbers.

This is all for the benefit of the OHA and therefore the School. John has been arranging highly successful Outings for many years. Please support this if you can. For more info contact John Oliver johne.oliver22@gmail.com

Philip Burgess…

The ceremony for Old Harveian Philip Burgess and his crewmates, killed when their Lancaster bomber was shot down over Germany in WW2, took place in Germany on 17 May.

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Library Book Appeal

THE OLD HARVEIANS’ ASSOCIATION

(The former students’ association of The Harvey Grammar School, Folkestone)

 

President: John Batten

LIBRARY APPEAL

The Old Harveians Association is committed to supporting to the School in every way possible. In recent years, the generosity of members has enabled us to purchase a new minibus, upgrade stage lighting and sound equipment, send a whole year group of boys to the battlefields of the Somme to commemorate the centenary of World War 1, and establish a fund to support boys whose backgrounds would otherwise hinder their opportunities.

 

The School is very fortunate to still have a library at its core, and we wish to enhance the enjoyment that pupils receive from reading by substantially adding to the range of fiction books that they can borrow.

 

We are therefore appealing to Old Harveians to consider sponsoring the books listed below. All are priced at £8 each, and members are welcome to sponsor one or more of their choice.  We will insert a commemorative sticker in each book to acknowledge the sponsor.

 

If you feel able to support the School in this way, please complete the form below, indicating which book(s) you wish to sponsor, and send it, with a cheque made payable to OHA, to: Old Harveians Association, The Harvey Grammar School, Cheriton Road, Folkestone, CT19 5JY.

 

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OHA Library Appeal

 

Name & Address:…………..…………………………………………………………………………

 

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I wish to sponsor ………… book(s) @ £8.00 per book, and enclose a cheque made payable to OHA.

 

  • I am happy for the School to choose the book(s) to which my sponsorship should be assigned

 

  • I would like to sponsor the following book(s):

 

(please delete as applicable)

 

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Please send your cheque and form to: Old Harveians Association,

The Harvey Grammar School, Cheriton Road, Folkestone, CT19 5JY

 

BOOK LIST

 

Title Author Title Author
Prisoner of the Inquisition Theresa Breslin White Crow Marcus Sedgwick
My Name Is Mina David Almond Lost Riders Elizabeth Laird
Before We Stay Goodbye Gabriella Ambrosio Bedlam Ally Kennen
When I Was Joe Keren David Quarry Ally Kennen
Almost True Keren David Conspiracy 365 August Gabrielle Lord
Another Life Keren David Conspiracy 365 September Gabrielle Lord
Edge Of Nowhere John Smelcer Conspiracy 365 October Gabrielle Lord
The Ring Of Solomon Jonathan Stroud Conspiracy 365 November Gabrielle Lord
Havoc Chris Wooding Conspiracy 365 December Gabrielle Lord
Kiss The Dust Elizabeth Laird The Glass Collector Anna Perera
A Little Piece Of Ground Elizabeth Laird True Grit Charles Portis
Forge Laurie Halse Anderson In The Sea There Are Crocodiles Fabio Geda
Candor Pam Bachorz A Monster Calls Patrick Ness
Plague Michael Grant The Midnight Zoo Sonya Hartnett
Vulture’s Gate Kirsty Murray The 13th Horseman Barry Hutchison
Cold Hands, Warm Heart Jill Wolfson My Brother Simple Marie-Aude Murail
Small Change For Stuart Lissa Evans Turf John Lucas
Between Shades Of Gray Ruta Sepetys Flowers For Algernon Daniel Keyes
Everybody Jam Ali Lewis Hostage Three Nick Lake
Trash Andy Mulligan A Greyhound Of A Girl Roddy Doyle
My Sister Lives On The Mantelpiece Annabel Pitcher Maggot Moon Sally Gardner
In Darkness Nick Lake Doom Rider David Gatward
Wonder RJ Palacio After Morris Gleitzman
Midwinterblood Marcus Sedgwick Duty Calls: Battle Of Britain James Holland
A Boy And A Bear In A Boat Dave Shelton Eleven Eleven Paul Dowswell
Code Name Verity Elizabeth Wein Back To Blackbrick Sarah Moore Fitzgerald
The Maleficent Seven Derek Landy Firewallers Simon Packham
Last Stand Of Dead Men Derek Landy Russian Roulette Anthony Horowitz
A Dream Of Lights Karen Drewery In Bloom Matthew Crow
Noble Conflict Malorie Blackman Blood Donors Steve Tasane
Silenced Simon Packham War Dog Chris Ryan
The Prisoner Robert Muchamore Light Michael Grant
One Shot Kill Robert Muchamore After Datlow & Windling (eds.)
Fear Michael Grant The Hit Melvin Burgess
Raining Fire Alan Gibbons The Bunker Diary Kevin Brooks
All The Truth That’s In Me Julie Berry The Child’s Elephant Rachel Campbell-Johnston
The Child’s Elephant Rachel Campbell-Johnston Ghost Hawk Susan Cooper
Blood Family Anne Fine Over The Line Tom Palmer
Rooftoppers Katherine Rundell Rock War Robert Muchamore
Liar & Spy Rebecca Stead When Mr Dog Bites  Brian Conaghan
The Wall William Sutcliffe Apple and Rain  Sarah Crossan
Dead Boys’ Club Geoffrey Malone Cuckoo Song  Frances Hardinge
Invisibility Andrea Cremer The Fastest Boy in the World  Elizabeth Laird
Heroic Phil Earle Buffalo Soldier  Tanya Landman
Sawbones Catherine Johnson The Middle of Nowhere  Geraldine McCaughrean
Black Friday Robert Muchamore The Complete Short Stories Oscar Wilde
Monkey And Me David Gilman Animal Farm George Orwell
BZRK Michael Grant The Dying Of The Light Derek Landy
BZRK Apocalypse Michael Grant Scorpia Rising Anthony Horowitz
BZRK: Reloaded Michael Grant Maximum Security Robert Muchamore
Death Bringer Derek Landy The General Robert Muchamore
Kingdom Of The Wicked Derek Landy Brigands M.C. Robert Muchamore
Dark Sun Robert Muchamore Guardian Angel Robert Muchamore
Grey Wolves Robert Muchamore People’s Republic Robert Muchamore
Scorched Earth Robert Muchamore Shadow Wave Robert Muchamore
The Killing Robert Muchamore The Death Cure James Dashner
The Scorch Trials James Dashner The Kill Order James Dashner
Divergent Veronica Roth Insurgent Veronica Roth
The Colour Of Magic Terry Pratchett A Hat Full Of Sky Terry Pratchett
Pyramids Terry Pratchett Snuff Terry Pratchett
Reaper Man Terry Pratchett Raising Steam Terry Pratchett
Thief Of Time Terry Pratchett Diggers Terry Pratchett
Raising Steam Terry Pratchett Only You Can Save Mankind Terry Pratchett
Diggers Terry Pratchett Johnny And The Dead Terry Pratchett
Johnny And The Bomb Terry Pratchett The Carpet People Terry Pratchett
A Feast For Crows George RR Martin                    A Dance With Dragons 2: After The Feast George RR Martin                   
A Dance With Dragons 1: Dreams & Dust George RR Martin                    A Storm Of Swords 2: Blood & Gold George RR Martin                   
The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins Mockingjay Suzanne Collins
Catching Fire Suzanne Collins Oblivion Anthony Horowitz
Rugby Spirit Gerard Siggins Rugby Rebel Gerard Siggins
Rugby Warrior Gerard Siggins The Squad: Black Op Tom Palmer
Ghost Stadium Tom Palmer The Squad: White Fear Tom Palmer
Secret FC Tom Palmer Football Academy: The Real Thing Tom Palmer
Scrum! Tom Palmer Football Academy: Striking Out Tom Palmer
Football Academy: Boys United Tom Palmer Football Academy: Free Kick Tom Palmer
Football Academy: Captain Fantastic Tom Palmer Football Academy: Reading The Game Tom Palmer
Bodyguard: Hostage Chris Bradford The Ring Of Water Chris Bradford
Bodyguard: Ransom Chris Bradford The Ring Of Fire Chris Bradford
The Way Of The Sword Chris Bradford The Ring Of Wind Chris Bradford
The Way Of The Dragon Chris Bradford The Ring Of Sky Chris Bradford
The Ring Of Earth Chris Bradford The Storm Begins Damien Dibben
Nightship To China Damien Dibben Circus Maximus Damien Dibben
Buffalo Soldier Tanya Landman Mutant City Steve Feasey
Echo Boy Matt Haig The Tin Snail Cameron McAllister
Red Shadow Paul Dowswell Split Second Sophie McKenzie
Every Second Counts Sophie McKenzie Terror Kid Benjamin Zephaniah
Web Of Darkness Bali Rai Diamond Boy Michael Williams
Captain Sam Angus Percy Jackson & The Greek Gods Rick Riordan
The World Beneath Janice Warman Percy Jackson & The Titan’s Curse Rick Riordan
The Boy In The Dress David Walliams Gangsta Granny David Walliams
Mr Stink David Walliams Ratburger David Walliams
Billionaire Boy David Walliams Demon Dentist David Walliams
The Lost Hero Rick Riordan The House Of Hades Rick Riordan
The Son Of Neptune Rick Riordan Blood Of Olympus Rick Riordan
The Mark Of Athena Rick Riordan The Dead Charlie Higson
The Fear Charlie Higson The Fallen Charlie Higson
The Sacrifice Charlie Higson The Hunted Charlie Higson
Life Of Pi Yann Martel Tracks Of The Tiger Bear Grylls
Way Of The Wolf Bear Grylls Claws Of The Crocodile Bear Grylls
Sands Of The Scorpion Bear Grylls Strike Of The Shark Bear Grylls
Rage Of The Rhino Bear Grylls  

 

Old Harveians social London May 13

A reminder that the next social event for old Harveians is just two weeks away. The much requested ‘beer in London’ is 13 May. Venue, recommended by an old boy, is
Via Fossa, VIA Canary Wharf
2 The Port East Building
Hertsmere Road
London
E14 4AY
http://www.viabars.co.uk/contact-us/
Weds. 13 May from 5pm until the last person leaves. Hopefully it will be a warm, pleasant evening and we can get a table or two outside in the fresh air. Usual informal format. No booking. Just turn up, enjoy a beer or two, meet old friends, make new friends, chat, laugh and reminisce, network and make new contacts. Open to all old Harveians, not just members of the various social media groups. If you know any old boys drag them along.
For more info Mark@AshfordExecutiveCars.co.uk, tel: 01233 500464 or 07939 101065