Month: February 2019

Saracens Rugby Development Programme

27th February 19

Sebastian in Year 8 represented his rugby club and the college last Saturday as he was picked to be part of the Saracens Rugby Development programme. Sebastian, along with a number of other elite rugby players from Kent, travelled to Allianz Park to have high level coaching from the Saracens top coaches and players. The…

Weekly Blog

21st February 19

When asked to write this blog I really could not imagine anyone wanting to read about my working week. However, if you find yourself reading this, I hope it comes across that what I really enjoy about my job is working with our pupils. Teaching Art and Design, is both satisfying and challenging, but best…

Junior School Raises £400 to Help Maya Nash

14th February 19

Maya Nash, is a remarkable young lady who attends Reception class at Lyminge Primary School, with her friend Grace Mills, a Dover College Nursery Alumni. Maya has had a very aggressive form of stage 4 high-risk neuroblastoma. Maya’s family need to raise £243,000 by 23rd February 2019 to be part of a clinical trial that…

Non-Perfect Dad Event Supports Parents

14th February 19

For those parents who spend their weekends standing on the side of a football, rugby or cricket pitch. Or driving to the latest gymnastics or swimming competition, we all want our children to enjoy participating in their chosen sport, and as parents we want to support them in the best way. Richard Shorter (Non-Perfect Dad)…

Weekly Blog

11th February 19

Monday A morning of admin awaits every Monday although this week was more interesting than most as fixtures were on the agenda. Away football fixtures in Belgium and the Basque Country Tour in October were firmed up with phone conversations with contacts in Belgium and France and the exciting news that both schools from Canada…

The Junior Post

6th February 19

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Weekly Blog

4th February 19

When the Headmaster asked me, three weeks ago, to step up as Acting Director of Studies, I wasn’t too sure: I had started the term with the usual January blues, I had no heating at home due to my boiler breaking down, the first few days at school had also felt very cold. I was…