Month: May 2019

New Dover College Prefects

24th May 19

We are delighted to announce the new Prefects for the academic year 2019 – 2020. Each and every one of them contributes so much to our warm Dover College community and so these appointments are well-deserved indeed. We know that they will all be wonderful ambassadors for the College and we wish them every success…

Early Years Blog – Week 5

23rd May 19

What a week we have had in Little Learners! After much waiting and anticipation, the class chicks finally arrived creating much excitement throughout the whole Junior School. Reception class were lucky enough to be in school at the same time as the first chick hatched. All afternoon they watched the incubator as the eggs wobbled…

Early Years Blog – Week 4

17th May 19

The Little Learners have been eagerly keeping a close eye on our chick eggs which have started to wobble. They are due to hatch today! Meanwhile, our caterpillars have grown an enormous amount and are busy spinning their cocoons. Following the story of The Hungry Caterpillar, children painted their feet to create butterflies. They said…

Year Six Pupil Presented with First County Cricket Cap

10th May 19

Dover College is delighted that Sports Scholar and Junior School Captain of Sport, Olivia Kibler (Year 6) has recently received her first Kent County Cricket Cap. Olivia who plays for the U11 County Cricket squad was presented with her Cap by woman’s England cricket super star, Tammy Beaumont who also happens to be one of…

Early Years Blog – Week 3

10th May 19

The fun never ends in the Early Years Department at Dover College. This week has been no exception with the Little Learners class continuing to develop their interest in lifecycles. They have been taking extra special care of the incubator which houses seven eggs waiting to hatch – only eight more days to go! The…

Early Years Blog – Week 2

3rd May 19

It has been another busy and highly excitable week in our Little Learners class as children begin to learn about growth and lifecycles. They started by planting sunflower seeds and were extremely enthusiastic upon the arrival of seven chick eggs which they placed in the incubator. Only another 16 days of waiting (and watching!) until…