We are very pleased and proud to tell you that the students who attended The Great Big Dance Off National Finals have achieved third place!…
Sixth form students at Dane Court Grammar School celebrated as they received the results of their International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations. Headteacher Andrew Fowler said, “We are delighted that our students have excelled, reaching and exceeding their own ambitious targets. I am very proud of all our students and I congratulate them and their teachers on their success.”
On the evening of 19 September, parents, staff and students gathered at Margate Winter Gardens to celebrate our school's successes and recognise the hard work and outstanding achievements by our community.
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) and Dane Court Grammar School take the issue of concussion very seriously. Those involved in rugby, teachers, players, parents, coaches, officials all have an important role in the prevention and management of concussion.
As the sun beat down, water fell and a fish eagle started its morning chorus... We had arrived in Zambia and were enjoying the majesty of Victoria Falls.
Excited students at Dane Court Grammar School are celebrating record-breaking GCSE results with their parents and teachers. All students gained at least five good grades, including English and mathematics.
On 22 June 2016, 8B and 8N were graced with a visit from their French pen pals. Le Collège Marguerite Duras is located in Montélimar in the south of France. We spent the morning giving them tours around the school and getting to know each other. The pupils talked to each other in various languages and we learned rules and customs from each other's schools such as if their teacher is ill, they do not have a lesson. Also, they are not allowed to be seen or heard using their phones on school grounds, regardless of the times. In the afternoon we played fun games with the help of the P.E and language teachers and then played kickball rounders. After school, some of us joined the French pen pals on a trip to Broadstairs beach. We had a lot of fun running in the sea and playing ball games. One of the French teachers bought us all an ice cream! Sadly we all had to leave but I hope to keep in touch with my pen pal via email as do many others.