Adam Jones, aged 16, came top of his class at Dane Court Grammar School in the recent UKMT Mathematics Intermediate Challenge. He receives a gold certificate along with Zoe Woodward-Lebihan (year eleven) and Sam Kenneford (year ten). Seven year eleven students received silver certificates along with one year ten student; a further nine students received bronze.
Rojalba is 16 years old and lives in Northern Uganda.
Even though she has grown up during a war, it is thanks to Red Nose Day that she now goes to school and has a chance of a better future.
Young People with Mental Health problems in the UK, sexually exploited and trafficked young people and many younger carers have been helped thanks to Red Nose Day.
Consequently, Dane Court Grammar School will definitely be doing 'something funny to raise money' on 18 March. If parents have any wacky and original ideas for this great event please call the school on 01843 864941 and let Miss Riley know.
At the annual swimming championship for secondary schools across Kent including Medway and the London Boroughs of Bromley and Bexley, Dane Court Grammar School finished as Top School after a series of excellent individual and relay swims.
The event was held at the recently refurbished Medway Park in Gillingham across two weekends in February.
The Junior Team (years seven, eight and nine) were particularly dominant with Lauren Joy, Laura Craig and Kyri Papa-Adams all winning Gold in their individual events.