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.
Congratulations Jasper B in Year 9 who represented Ashcombe Volleyball Club in their U16 team in a National tournament at the weekend. Jasper's team won the tournament, well done Jasper and team, this is awesome! #TheDoKWay #DoKSport #SportingAchievement #Volleyball https://t.co/LZVQTgudVL
Charlie N, Year 10, competed in the Round the Island Race. He was part of a crew of four with his Dad, Auntie and Uncle. They set off on Saturday at 9:30am and finished at 7.15pm, so a sailing time of 9hrs and 45 mins! This is an incredible achievement, well done Charlie! https://t.co/QgbQgIzjzR
Tom H in Year 10 was lucky to be selected for trials to join the Harlequins Youth Academy and the elite National Rugby 7's Development Programme. Tom should be exceptionally proud and we wish him every success as he continues to develop his rugby career. #TheDoKWay #DoKSport https://t.co/zr1YzWiMBO
Year 6 visited the Senior School Franklin Lab in their Science lesson today to learn about dissection. Mrs Lwambo talked the pupils through how the eye works and how they will dissect the eye and locate the different components of the eye. Well done Year 6! #TheDoKWay https://t.co/2ISzwoJd1p
Thibaut J, Year 5, competed at the British Schools Indoor Open Championship in Manchester yesterday. He finished 7th out of 33 U12 boys, placing @DoKSchool 5th out of 15 schools competing. This was his first competition and he did so well! Congratulations Thibaut #TheDoKWay https://t.co/j7mALO3fGR