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School Update

Duke of Kent School is currently open for children of Key Workers and from June 1st, in line with government guidelines, we will be open for specific year groups whilst our remaining pupils have moved to a virtual learning environment. The School remains open for any enquiries, including admissions, and we are currently taking bookings for our Virtual Open Days. Contact our Registrar jhopwood@dokschool.org for further information.

A warm welcome...

  • Welcome from our Head, Mrs Sue Knox

    One of the most significant and important decisions you will make in life is choosing the right school for your child. It is a decision that will not only shape their development but also the type of person they will become in later life. When making this choice, you want the very best for your child and we want that too.

    You want to provide them with an environment where they can be stretched, challenged and nurtured and find their individual spark. You also want them to be happy, safe and nurtured and to have the platform where they can grow into a healthy, confident and compassionate young adult.

    For more information on our independent school, please contact Admissions.

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  • Outstanding Education

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What's New

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    Coronavirus Update

    As a School we are doing all we can to minimise the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect our pupils, the...

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    Happy Half Term to everyone and a huge thank you to our whole @DoKSchool community for their continued hard work and resilience through this time. Have a safe, restful and enjoyable week off #HalfTerm #TheDoKWay #RemoteLearning #Community #StaySafe #StrongerTogether

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    At the end of an activity packed #mentalhealthawarenessweek2020, Year 2 created 'Positivity Jars' and filled them with positive comments about themselves which they can reflect on anytime for a pick-me-up. Here is Harry C with his jar #KindnessMatters #Positivity #TheDoKWay https://t.co/Tz34tIbYt7

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    Episode 7 of Mr Rye's music podcast! 'Silence is Golden' - A dip into the silent world. Looking at songs of silence, the power of silence in music, what it might mean and of course some tenuous links. Plus the weekly musical fact! Enjoy #Music #Podcast https://t.co/G5tM4Ichd1

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    It's #nationalthankateacherday! THANK YOU to every teacher and teaching assistant at @DoKSchool for supporting, guiding, teaching & inspiring pupils daily, especially through the more recent challenging times where they continue to deliver outstanding lessons #TheDoKWay https://t.co/2dFkrSVLMT

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    In acknowledgement of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, we're holding a 'No Screen Day' for pupils. There's a number of benefits including connecting better with those around you, improved sleep and better productivity and learning #NoScreenRemoteLearning #TheDoKWay @mentalhealth https://t.co/fCmYN3C8ef

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    A huge congratulations to Natasha B in Chichester (Senior) and Sydney R in Hillary (Prep) for winning the House Motivational Poster competition! Well done to everyone that entered! #HouseCompetition #TheDoKWay #PositiveMindset #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek2020 https://t.co/AphRFCHZJw

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    Our second Virtual Artist in Residence goes live this morning! Maureen Domoney, a portrait artist who's paintings are born from a desire to really get to know the sitter, each is a painstakingly detailed endeavour to uncover a truth about the subject https://t.co/OdZmdXjNz9