Welcome to Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre

Vision Statement

Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre aims to provide a vibrant world class learning experience. We work as a team, learning in partnership with each other and the wider community. We provide flexible learning opportunities and have high aspirations for all.


Welcome to the Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre website. We hope it gives you a clear picture of life at Homewood and provides the information you need, but please do not hesitate to Contact Us if you would like to come and visit us, or if you need further information about any aspect of the school.

Upcoming Events

  • Congratulations to Katie who has reached the final 50 with her story The First Migration in the BBC Radio 500 Words competition.

  • Congratulations to Vincent who is appearing on stage in London in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  • It's been a pleasure to come to Homewood today, thank you so much for asking us. Your students have been wonderful!

    Tenterden Day Centre
  • Congratulations to Terry on receiving 2 national “Making a Lasting Difference” Awards recently in London

  • Congratulations to Harriet who has been elected to the Kent Youth County Council.

  • Jack Stannard Year 9 student has been selected by the Windsurfing GB Team to join the Zone Squad for training in April 2015.

  • Thank you for making my first craft fair experience such a positive one, should hold them more often at Homewood

    Craft Fair stall holder
  • An excellent performance by Sam in the finals of the Great Debate organised by the UK Historical Society at Royal Holloway College

  • Joel Dunning, Year 10, appeared at the Marlower Theatre in Matthew Bourne's Lord of the Flies alongside Danny Reubens Martin, a former student of Homewood!

  • Well done to Scarlett who has moved to Affiliated competitions and attends British Dressage Training sessions with the aim to qualify for team selection and regionals.

  • Rhys won Best Banner Bearer in the UK Air Training Corps national competition, his team also came first in the Regional and second in the National.

  • One day after his 14th birthday Kieran Larking, Year 9, officially became a pilot, allowing him to fly solo.

  • Ellie and Lawrence’s team came first in the UK Air Training Corps national banner drill competition and second in the National competition.

  • The standard of photographs this year is very high indeed, too good to only have two runner ups

    Sir Julian Younger, judging the Weald of Kent Preservation Society Photographic competition

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