Dane Court students will join forces with King Ethelbert school students for BBC News School Report.
Stay tuned to see our work go live at 1600 GMT on the News Day, Thursday 19 March 2015.
We are offering a varied and wide choice of activities this term.
All abilities welcome unless stated as a "team practice" or "invitation only".
For any further information please see a member of the PE Department.
After school clubs shown here take place from 3.30pm and finish between 4.30pm and 5.00pm.
Check with staff concerned for the individual finish times.
At the Kent Schools Games Finals which have been running over the past few weeks Dane Court Grammar School have had conspicuous success representing the Thanet District. At the indoor rowing the Year 7 girls won gold and the Year 8 boys claimed bronze medals and in handball the Year 10 boys also took first place to bring home gold.
The most hotly contested competition proved to be the Indoor Athletics where all county districts ran, threw and jumped with incredible enthusiasm and much skill. The Dane Court Year 7 boys took third position in their first attempt at the finals but the Year 8 boys claimed a magnificent team victory to repeat their winning success of last year.
Dane Court Grammar School's third inter-house climbing competition was completed in early December.
First: Neuchatel (1725 points)
Second: Helsinki (1522 points)
Third:Sorrento (1341 points)
Fourth:Barcelona (1275 points)
Fifth: Tallinn (1195 points)
Sixth: Delphi (753 points)
Top three climbers in each year are:
First: James Scott (N)
Second: Aidan Holdford (T)
Third: Jacob Prentice (N)
First: Jon Hart (N)
Second: Elizabeth Allen (D)
Third: Ciro Fierro (T)
First: Eljoh Balajadia (S)
Second: Jason Talana (H)
Third: Joshua Escudier (S)
First: Charlie Burgess (H)
Second: Sam Williams (B)
Third: Lily O'Brien (N)
First: Rosalie Holden (S)
Second: Mitchell Barham (T)
Third: Bennet Kandathy (S)
First: Tom Gutrige(B)
Second: Will Taker (S)
Third: Dan Goodbourn (N)
First: Dominic Foord (H)
Second: James Topping (N)
Third: Oliver Crew (H)
Full details can be found here.
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A group of 16 students joined Mr White and for the final time Mrs Opperman on a 16-day adventure into the heart of Namibia. Joined this year by Miss Hodgett, the students explored the stunning desert, finding the elusive desert elephant, not seen by the students on the two previous trips.
As the students sat on top of a windy sand dune at 5:00am you could see their hearts warming to this very special continent and what it has to offer. As always the run down after the hard climb was loved by all, with Martin and Sally making the most of the opportunity to tumble their way down over the soft sand. From there they moved north to the Skeleton Coast, via Mrs Opperman's family farm and a great meal of Springbok pie.