Monthly Archives: May 2015

Good luck to K1 dancers Daisy and Vinnie

Fresh from their successes at a recent street dance competition, the six-year-olds are preparing to take part in the Kent Street Dance Championships this weekend. The sold out event at Lordswood Leisure Centre on Sunday 31st May will see performers...

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Mrs Burke celebrates community spirit

U5B form tutor and geography teacher Mrs Burke has been recognised for her outstanding community work in her home town of Dover. Along with a team of volunteers, she was awarded a People of Dover award at a ceremony last...

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Two centuries for cricketer Ed Taylor

Just as U4B student Ed Taylor was celebrating his first century in adult cricket he has scored another! Fourteen-year-old Ed achieved 107 not out when playing for Medway District yesterday, just days after his 130 score for Lordswood 3rds in...

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U5 boys have a go at Footgolf

Our Upper 5th boys tried their hands, or should that be feet, at Footgolf – a new and exciting sport. Playing on the dedicated course at The Strand, Gillingham the group made good use of their footballing skills and golfing...

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Award for waterwise Bethany and Harriet

Well done to L5C students Bethany Williams and Harriet Booth who achieved a bronze medal in this year’s Kent Royal Life Saving Society Championships. The girls will go on to represent their county at the regional championships in September. The...

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Young talent blooms at Spring Music Festival

A former Royal Opera singer heard children as young as eight perform solos at our Spring Music Festival. Head Staff Director at The Royal Opera, Covent Garden, Ms Amy Lane’s credits also include being a backing singer for Barry Mannilow...

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