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Competitive Maths success

Maths 200301a 250pxOver the past couple of months, students from Dane Court have been pitting their mathematical skills against other likeminded students both locally and nationally.

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English Schools Cross Country (update)

IMG 0233 300pxYear 8 students Natalia Austin and Jake (pictured) are really looking forward to competing in the New Balance English Schools' Cross Country Championships at Sefton Park, Liverpool on 7 March 2020. They have trained extremely hard and it has paid off to reach this fantastic stage. Jake recently represented Kent at Prestwold Hall, Loughborough in the National Inter Counties Championships. He came 22nd overall in the under 15 boys category but sixth in his younger actual age group.
Everyone at Dane Court wishes both athletes the best of luck.

XCountry200321 152pxUpdate (23 March 2020):
Jake took part in the English Schools Cross Country on Saturday at Sefton Park in Liverpool.
He finished in 12th place out of 334 finishers. He was the first runner back for the junior boys Kent team.

An amazing result for the Kent junior boys team as they finished first place overall in the team results.

IT Services support for students at home

ITServices request form insructions 250pxIf you are working from home and encounter problems accessing your school account or have difficulties with Google Drive or Google Apps, our IT Services staff will do their best to help.

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Jessica Lynn - transgender activist and life changer

IMG 2825 250pxTo say that Jessica’s life has changed beyond recognition from her childhood and young adulthood is putting it mildly.

Jessica Lynn is a world-renowned transgender advocate, educator, and activist. Her experiences as a transgender woman and parent have led her to dedicate her life to spreading awareness and acceptance for gender non-conforming communities around the world. Over the last several years, Jessica has crisscrossed the globe sharing the story of her journey over 750 times in 28 different countries and is now internationally considered one of the foremost transgender speakers. We are hugely privileged that this was the second time that Jessica has come to speak to our students, keen to speak to every student in the school to help them shape the future. We hope that this relationship can continue and that Jessica will be able to work with more sections of our school community.

Her core message was about getting people to accept themselves and others, letting people live their lives as the person they truly are. The tale of Jessica’s life demonstrated the power of one story to highlight the pain and injustice that a transphobic society can bring. It rang alarm bells for the amount of prejudice in the world that anybody can face and how a single person’s bias and discrimination can completely ruin someone’s life. She called for everyone in the room to go out and speak about what they had heard to at least one person to spread the message of acceptance. Hopefully in this way the tide of prejudice can be turned as people become more aware.

Images below were taken in February 2019 and February 2020

Sports day 2019
Year 7 Lockdown Gallery - February 2021
Karl Midlane KMC Oct 2019 5
Kent Mountain Centre 2019