Your donations on their way to Ukraine
Published: Thursday, 17 March 2022 18:57
Written by Mr R Bowen
Over the past week, Dane Court has been collecting donations for Ukraine. The generosity of staff, students and parents alike has been truly overwhelming. All the donations are now bound for Ukraine and we couldn't have done this without everyone pulling together so well!
A special thank you must go to Minters of Deal for arranging the loading and transportation of the donations!
National Careers Week 2022
Published: Saturday, 12 March 2022 14:56
Written by Mrs M Linton
This week we celebrated National Careers Week with a series of talks from a broad range of industries. We would like to thank representatives, many of whom were Dane Court Alumni, from Flambeau Europlast, Kreston Reeves Accountancy, ADM Computing, Cummins Electrical Engineering, Kent Police, DDS Group, Migrant Help and Molly Pickle, for their interesting talks, that gave students insight into their roles and industries, and the pathways they can take to achieve their goals. Through these talks students are able to reflect on the vast array of employability skills they are developing at Dane Court and how they will use them in the future. We are very grateful to all the speakers for giving up their time, and look forward to welcoming them back in the near future.
National Careers Week 2022 continues online. Parents and students have access to the Education Business Partnership Kent Virtual Careers Fair until Monday 14 March 2022. Sit down, explore the many companies at the exhibition fair, and then listen to some of the talks in the theatre.
For parents and students looking to explore career options online, excellent resources can be found at https://www.prospects.ac.uk/
Furthermore, Michelle Donelan, Minister of State for Further and Higher Education, has written to you about the education, training and work choices available to young people after they finish their GCSEs and once they turn 18.
Open the letter to students
Open the letter to parents, carers and guardians
Online safety - Follow the GOLDen Rules
Published: Monday, 07 February 2022 11:24
Written by Mr M Alderson
Online safety is an important part of keeping children safe at school.
All of our pupils are taught how to be safe and behave appropriately online, but we can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work together.
It's important that as adults, we take an active interest in our children's online lives and show a willingness to engage in the digital world with them.
If you believe a child is in immediate danger, always contact 999 for police assistance.
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