fbpx
DCGS Boars Head transbg 252x66px png8
ib logo 600px
sub-brand logos with standoff 283px IB Diploma Programme IB Career-related Certiificate
StayHome2a 1200pxArtboard 1

News

Latest

Chatter 10 - Summer

Chatter8 250pxSummer is here and the uniform is nearly consigned to the laundry basket and the lesson planning has been kicked into touch.

Read more ...

Gene technology week

Picture4a 250pxFor over 20 years, the Life Sciences department at Canterbury Christ Church University has been loaning Dane Court Biology department the necessary hardware to enable the students to be able to carry out gene technology practicals in school science labs, which otherwise would be completely unaffordable.

Read more ...

Dane Court students take top business prize

BoE19Final 250pxDane Court Grammar School had two excellent groups of year 10 students who qualified for the final of this year's Business of Enterprise competition and one of those returned from London with the top prize. Last Friday (5 July 2019), the two groups travelled in hope to NatWest's HQ in Bishopsgate with their well thought out and rehearsed business propositions and both performed with commendable skill.

Read more ...

Edward lays wreath at Somme battlefields

remembrance wreath june19 250pxYear 9 student Edward Thompson has visited the Somme battlefields, after being invited to lay a wreath at the annual service at the Lochnagar Crater by the site's owner Richard Dunning MBE. The service focuses on themes of peace and reconciliation.

It is the third time Edward has visited the crater, which was caused by mines blown by the British under the German lines as the opening act of the Battle of the Somme. The mines were blown at 7:28am on the 1 July 1916, and the act is remembered at the same time every 1 July, in a service that starts with trench whistles being blown around the crater, which is 30 metres deep and 100 metres wide. Edward has previously had the honour of being allowed inside the crater bowl, which - as a war grave - is closed to the public.
After laying a wreath for the Grimsby Chums, who signed up together and died together at the Somme, Edward visited the British Cemetery at Hailly Station, the site of a major field hospital. The cemetery contains over 3000 bodies, including those of German soldiers.

Edward also visited the Commonwealth War Graves Commission's newly opened visitor centre at Beaurains, to see new gravestones being carved and the sword from a Cross of Remembrance being repaired, and visited a vast underground V2 rocket base from the Second World War.
Edward has chosen to study history at GCSE.

remembrance wreath june19 1200px

Picture24
Year 7 Lockdown Gallery
IMG 1650
Kent Mountain Centre 2019
CO1A2989
Sports day 2019