On Friday 10 May our year 11 students arrived to the applause of the rest of the school as they made their way along the traditional red carpet.
Their next appointment at school will be to sit GCSE examinations.
Our annual sports day took place on Monday 9 July 2012. After the Field events (Wednesday 4 July), Pentathlon (Friday 6 July) and finally the running events and team games on Monday, the results are as follows:
First: Helsinki House
Fourth: Sorrento House
On the nights of 4 to 7 July, weeks of planning and commitment by dozens of students and staff culminated in a remarkable production of Annie; the classic rags-to-riches musical set in 1930s America.
The cast was headed by two "Annies" (Gabriella Gonzalez-Bello and Shona Buwu) taking it in turns to play the central character of the little orphan girl. Strong performances from Ben Hoenes as Oliver Warbucks, Lilia Grossmith (Lily St. Regis) and Grace Offen (Daniel "Rooster" Hannigan) were impressive highlights amongst the energetic choreography and thoroughly entertaining scenes featuring a large and dedicated cast.
The year sevens joined pupils from all over Thanet to take part in the Thanet Schools Olympic and Paralympic Celebration event at Quex Park on 28 June.
Our participants took part in three workshops throughout the event - two creative and a physical activity.
At lunchtime, wearing black tee-shirts, we helped to form one of the Olympic Rings for the attempted world record for the greatest number of people singing the Olympic song composed by R Dickinson from St Peter's Primary school (we await confirmation that the record was broken).
It was a great day and our students were a credit to Dane Court.
Come on Team GB, we are all behind you!