From Mr John Wilson
Head of Senior School
Duke of Kent Senior School is the perfect setting for your child's journey from the end of childhood to the verge of adulthood. In the classroom, on the sports field, in the art studio or on the stage, all pupils can find opportunities to test their abilities and to find areas in which they can excel. We recognise the strengths and individuality of each of our pupils, harness their abilities, and allow them to flourish.
#ThrowbackThursday - 30th January 2019. We couldn't resist sharing this photo of pupils looking with intrigue at the fresh snow after School was transformed into a Winter wonderland. These days are always filled with such excitement and fun. #SchoolSnow #ThrowbackThursday https://t.co/MhBiDQrxDF
Congratulations to past pupil and Head Boy, James F, who has been awarded the @isaschools Whitbread Memorial Prize. This is awarded for outstanding involvement in - and service to - wider aspects of school and community life; in conjunction with academic excellence in his GCSE's. https://t.co/vtR94ovbWi
Pupils from Year 11 started their Wednesday morning by discussing the significance of Kamala Harris being inaugurated as the first black, female Vice President of the United States of America. #Politics #PoliticalDiscussions #History #SeniorSchool #KamalaHarris https://t.co/q5A6uXL4UV
Throughout the School we are holding virtual Form times so our pupils can reconnect with each other and chat with their teacher about how their days are going. Here's Year 1 doing just that with Miss Walpole #HelloYear1 #PrePrep #RemoteLearning #StayingConnected #NiceToSeeYou https://t.co/lGK1S2z78z
Year 7 were set the task to use as many of the persuasive techniques they have been studying to convince Mr Southee to buy something from them. Florrie P chose to sell her chicken, Coco. At the end of her presentation, Mr Southee was ready to purchase Coco! Well done Florrie. https://t.co/5EZksBNpwI