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  • MO1L4815 250px Today we welcomed our annual gathering of year 13 students in fancy dress.
    The event marks the end of their formal International Baccalaureate Diploma lessons

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  • ConcertMarch17 250px Congratulations to all who performed as part of Our Choral Concert Evening on Tuesday 28 March 2016 at St. Peter’s Church, Broadstairs. The audience were

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  • IMG 9745 250px On Wednesday 29 March members of the choir and GCSE music students descended on London to take part in a movement and voice workshop at

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  • IMG 0419 250px The House Music Cup Competition took place on Friday 17 March and we welcomed guest judges Mark Smith and Louise van der Linden.
    Thank you

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  • school front 250px The Dane Court Grammar School Parents Association's monthly boot fairs usually take place at the school from 6:30am on the second Saturday of each month with

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  • RIMG2140 "The reason I chose Dane Court."
    "Can I stay another week?"
    "Dane Court's best trip." 

    Over the years, students partipating in our annual visit to

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Sixth Form Prospectus 2017

Car parking on site

bg outside full image 200pxThank you to the vast majority of parents who have heeded our request not to bring cars on to the school site to collect their children at the end of the day.
Unfortunately, several parents are still driving onto site and we would ask again, on health and safety grounds, that these parents refrain from doing so.

Whilst we understand that roadside parking near the school is at a premium, please park safely and considerately, particularly around school finishing time when numerous public service buses stop in both Broadstairs Road and Fairfield Road.

Sport Relief 2014 starts early

Holly, Dominic and Charlie climbed Snowdon on our climbing wallDane Court staff and students got a head start on this year's Sport Relief excitement.

The charity reckon that our area raised more than its fair share of cash in 2013 and invited us to put on a special day of physical fund raisers a full three weeks before the rest of the nation.
The PE department swung into acton organising an impressive range of challenges from staff versus students dodgeball and non-stop badminton to climbing a mountain on our school climbing wall.

Girls' rugby teams qualify for county competition

u15 300pxFollowing on from the success of reaching the U13 girls rugby National finals last year, Dane Court now have promising teams in two age categories. With the U13s having moved up to U15 level, they continued their success by becoming Kent champions this week.

Awards in Global Art competition

GlobalArtCompMarch13Two students from Dane Court Grammar School entered a competition organised by the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. The competition aims to encourage young people from around the world to express their concern for the environment and, in particular, the endangered species with whom we share our fragile planet through art and poetry. This year children were invite to submit art work or poetry on the theme ‘It’s Our World’ and required schools or individuals to think about the impact that human activity is having on our planet and the many species of endangered animals. The competition, this year, was generously sponsored by Marks and Spencer

Health and Social Care Students Entertain

P1000528 150pxHealth and Social Care students from Dane Court entertained residents at Yoakley Homes and students at The Royal School for Deaf with their pantomime 'Cinderella'.

The script was written and directed by Year 12 students Rochella Fletcher and Grace Offen. The students prepared and served a tea for the Yoakley residents, including a scrumptious Christmas cake. Allysha Crow and Georgina Jaconelli, who played the part of Fairy Godmothers also made a pass the parcel for the residents. This went down very well as it reminded many of them of their childhood days.

Understanding Your Teenager

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Kent Adult Education (part of Kent County Council Community Learning and Skill) is offering a "FREE, fun and informal" course to parents.
If you want to:

  • Help your teen become a happy and confident adult?
  • Communicate better with your teenager?
  • Learn problem solving and negotiation techniques?
  • Understand adolescent development and behaviour?

Then this course is for you!

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