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Junior School Testimonials

The Junior School is a happy place for children to learn and develop as you can read here from current and past parents:

“You made him feel very much at home. We can say with pride and honesty that Ben has thoroughly enjoyed his time with you and you have pushed him on to achieve some excellent 11-plus results. But much more than that, you have given him the confidence to try new things and instilled in him an enjoyment for learning. Dover College is genuinely a warm, friendly education environment. ” Dr and Mrs Fairclough,  former parents from Folkestone.

“Thank you for all your hard work with Sebastian we have noticed fantastic changes in him. ” Ms Squire,  current parent from Folkestone.

“Dover College brings the best out of its pupils. My two children have settled in amazingly quickly and gained confidence in leaps and bounds since September. Money well spent…” Mr Lynch, current parent

“We have been delighted with the education Harrie has received at Dover College, she has been very fortunate to have had three outstanding teachers in Miss Bean, Mrs Squire and now Mrs Richardson. ” Major and Mrs Richardson,  Year 2 parents posted in Dover.

“We wanted to thank you for everything you have done with Maddie. We have seen her blossom in your care and she adores school, this is thanks to you and your approach to the children. We are so grateful that it was you who introduced Maddie to school and gave her the best start possible. We look forward to her brother starting next year. ” Mr and Mrs Warnock,  current parents from Capel-le-Ferne.

“Words can not thank you enough for giving Eva such a brilliant start. She has really flourished under your care and thrived in such an exciting environment. It has been such a positive experience for her that we feel confident about her coping and enjoying primary school. Over the last two years Eva has loved all the activities and we greatly appreciate your careful attention to nurturing her individual interests. She’ll miss you all tremendously.” Mrs Scates, former Reception parent from Canterbury