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19/04/24

Kooth are running virtual parent support sessions on Monday 22 April at 1pm and again on Thursday 25 April at 6pm and each will last for 45 minutes. You can sign up using the link below. https://t.co/6veNMYfZuh#cdswellbeing

19/04/24

Our Year 9 and 10 dancers took part in a workshop with Portia Oti of Zoonation Dance Company. They learnt professional repertoire from Kate Prince’s ‘Message in a Bottle’ and developed it with their own transitions. Everyone worked hard but had a great time!#cdscapa pic.twitter.com/cef2jMVew3

19/04/24

Pupils visited Canterbury Cathedral and attended a workshop in the archives followed by a guided tour of the Cathedral. Pupils in our photograph are looking at the St Lawrence parish records from the 1700s.#cdshistory pic.twitter.com/cnYQ9MLIe0

19/04/24

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18/04/24

Welcome to our weekly Wellbeing message!This week we are looking at how setting goals can support wellbeing.#cdswellbeing pic.twitter.com/s3ajJ1FwLe

18/04/24

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18/04/24

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12/04/24

CDS is looking to appoint an Assistant Head of Year (term time only plus 2 staff development days). If you, or someone you know, have the knowledge and skills to fulfil this role, please follow the link below to the full advertisement.https://t.co/7wLuvissDm#cdsrecruitment pic.twitter.com/Yfz8Zc7JE0

09/04/24

The final Hospitality skills workshop in T4 focused on high level fish skills under the guidance of our very own fish expert, and Leith's trained chef, Ms Grossmith. Pupils filleted, skinned and pan fried flat fish and then dressed it with some beurre noisette. pic.twitter.com/a7OG6WHfhd

28/03/24

Our Pupil Voice team went to Broadstairs and St Peter’s Town Council to observe their Environment Committee meeting. It was a great chance for the Team to see local democracy in action and have the chance to learn more about the work of committees within the Town Council. pic.twitter.com/eIvUa9d8cU

27/03/24

On Sunday the clocks go forward! As the weather becomes a little warmer, this gives us a pleasant feeling that summer isn’t too far away. There are lots of ways the extra daylight will improve our wellbeing and encourage that feel good chemical in our brain. pic.twitter.com/vFzpITsDaZ

27/03/24

Pupils took 2 days off timetable for Cultural Capital. They took part in an exciting variety of activities from the wizarding world of Harry Potter, to chocolate piping, trips to Rochester and Chatham Dockyards, debate skills, West Side Story projects and dance masterclasses! pic.twitter.com/7Bk7sPgzDl

26/03/24

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25/03/24

Y10 Mathematicians went to Canterbury Academy to take part in a problem solving day. There were 16 teams competing and our team did very well coming 4th, and 5th overall, coming 2nd in the most challenging round, and going on to win the best teamwork prize.#cdsy10 pic.twitter.com/KbStpsZMN1

20/03/24

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20/03/24

Y7 pupils were rewarded for their excellent attainment, attendance and behaviour this week and the top 100 were taken to the newly refurbished Elev8 in Westwood Cross. Pupils had a fantastic time at this energised venue. Well done to all who were eligible for the trip! pic.twitter.com/wnhpuNYh0m

20/03/24

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18/03/24

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18/03/24

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14/03/24

Y11 HSC pupils enjoyed a trip to the Canterbury Christ Church University Health and Social Care Simulation Suite. They were thought provoked and inspired by many interesting and engaging activities linked to higher education and future careers in the NHS and Social Care. pic.twitter.com/AYn0TrHDob

14/03/24

Y9 HSC pupils enjoyed workshops provided by the Canterbury Christ Church University Health and Social Care Outreach and Engagement Team. They took part in lots of activities. A very interesting and engaging session, enjoyed by all who took part.#cdsy9 pic.twitter.com/0wNLFC47Sb

13/03/24

is a crusade to drive change showing that football can, and should, be played by girls. You may have heard about it in the news a few days ago. This year’s event coincided with International Women’s Day, and we took Year 10 pupils to the event hosted at Ramsgate FC pic.twitter.com/c3DbVKvKjY

13/03/24

Y8 pupils took part in a dodgeball tournament in Folkestone playing different schools from all over Kent.Pupils worked extremely hard and played brilliantly, showing great teamwork and commitment. CDS played 9 games and finished the tournament undefeated! Well done! pic.twitter.com/fexje8fz6h

13/03/24

CMK Connect Programme is an opportunity for you to get active, take time for self-care, make new connections, learn new skills, develop positive habits, build confidence, and boost your overall wellbeing.More information can be found at their websitehttps://t.co/ixb7zNlCEQ pic.twitter.com/JbQknF5NYn

13/03/24

Any Year 9 girls interested in Engineering? This Summer School opportunity is fantastic!Sign yourself up!https://t.co/CELL4ULMtz#cdsDT

Uniform

 

Please visit our Uniform Suppliers website for online ordering, as well as helpful fitting and measurement guides.

Schoolwear Centre Website

Monkhouse Schoolwear Website


The aim of the school uniform & dress code is to:

(a) promote a shared identity and foster pride in the School.
(b) ensure dress appropriate for the working day.
(c) promote equality and avoid issues of comparison & peer pressure.

Students are expected to be smart. School uniform is to be worn correctly at all times during the school day including to and from School as well as for visits and school events unless otherwise noted. Non-school uniform days students clothing should be smart casual and suitable for the business of the day, normal regulations regarding jewellery, hair and make-up apply on these days.

 

Pupils - Year 7 to 9

Blazer

Grey blazer with badge (available from uniform suppliers)

Trousers

Plain, Dark grey formal trousers of a polyester/viscose type fabric.

Plain, Dark grey formal Shorts of a polyester/viscose type fabric (optional terms 1, 5 & 6).

Shirt

Plain white with shirt-type collar.  The shirt can be long or short sleeved.

Skirt

Kilt in the school tartan (available from uniform suppliers).

Jumper

Plain grey stocking stitch jumper with collarless V-neck.  The jumper can be long sleeved or sleeveless.

 

Pupils - Year 10 to 11

Blazer

Black blazer with badge (available from uniform suppliers)

Trousers

Plain, black formal trousers of a polyester/viscose type fabric.

Shirt

Plain white with shirt-type collar.  The shirt can be long or short sleeved.

Jumper

Plain black stocking stitch jumper with collarless V-neck.  The jumper can be long sleeved or sleeveless.

Pupils - All Years

Tie

College tie (available from uniform suppliers)

Shoes

Plain black formal Leather shoes. No boots, canvas shoes, trainers or suede shoes should be worn.  Shoes must not have coloured soles or trims.  Coloured laces are not permitted, they must be black.

Socks

Plain grey or black socks.

  • Denim, brushed cotton or corduroy trousers are forbidden.
  • Coats should be removed during lessons and NO hoodies or sweatshirts should be worn in replacement of a coat or jumper.
  • Hats, scarves and gloves should NOT be worn in the school building.
  • Extreme hairstyles or colours will not be permitted.

 

Jewellery

  • The wearing of jewellery in school can be an obvious source of danger and therefore is forbidden. Students wearing jewellery will be asked to remove it and should they refuse then the Behaviour Policy will be instigated.
     
  • Discreet studs (one per earlobe only) may be worn at the owner’s physical risk where a student has pierced earlobes.
     
  • Body, facial and other ear piercings are considered a danger and MUST NOT be worn for school.
     
  • Students who cannot remove jewellery for any reason may be excluded from lessons and be placed into isolation.
     
  • DISCREET makeup is acceptable for KS4 students only.
     
  • Nail varnish and acrylic nails are NOT acceptable.

Under no circumstances will the school be willing to accept responsibility, financial or otherwise, for the loss on school premises of any items of jewellery worn or brought to school by students.

PE Kit - All year Groups

A new PE kit is being phased into school for September 2023 for year 7,
but older year groups are welcome to wear this when kit is replaced.

Required Kit:

  • Joma red PE shirt with logo
  • Joma black shorts or black Skort (no logo)
  • Red football socks
  • Training shoes
  • Football boots
  • Shin pads
  • White PE socks
  • Gum shield

PE/Games

Phasing in for Y7 only for Sept 23 but older years can wear if they want.

Optional Items

  • Joma red long-sleeved quarter zip neck top with logo
  • Black Falcon PE track pants (no logo)
  • Black PE leggings (no logo)
  • Black base layer (no logo)

PE Kit - Examination Based - KS4

Boys:

Required Kit:

  • Falcon G920 Sports Polo – Black/Scarlet/White - Embroidered with school badge and ‘Examination PE’
  • Falcon R150 Fully reversible sports top – Scarlet and White – Embroidered with school badge
  • White PE sport shorts
  • White ankle sports socks (for indoor PE)
  • Red football socks (for outdoor PE)
  • Trainers
  • Football Boots
  • Shin Pads
  • Mouth guard

Optional Boys PE kit:

  • Falcon B250 ¼ Zip Top – Black/Scarlet/White – Embroidered with school badge
  • Falcon T008 Panelled Rain Jacket – Black/Scarlet/White – Embroidered with school badge
  • Falcon T030 Performance Jacket – Black/Scarlet – Embroidered with school badge
  • Falcon ZR35 Training Trouser (Performance Fit) – Black/Scarlet – Embroidered with school badge

 

Girls:

Required Kit:

  • Falcon G925 Girls Cut Sports Polo – Black/Scarlet/White - Embroidered with school badge and ‘Examination PE’
  • Falcon G203 Black/Scarlet/White Skort
  • Falcon ZR38 Black Girls Legging - Embroidered with school badge
  • White ankle sports socks (for indoor PE)
  • Red football socks (for outdoor PE)
  • Trainers
  • Football boots
  • Shin Pads

Optional Girls PE kit:

  • Red PE sport shorts
  • Falcon B250 ¼ Zip Top – Black/Scarlet/White – Embroidered with school badge
  • Falcon T008 Panelled Rain Jacket – Black/Scarlet/White – Embroidered with school badge
  • Falcon T030 Performance Jacket – Black/Scarlet – Embroidered with school badge
  • Falcon ZR35 Training Trouser (Performance Fit) – Black/Scarlet – Embroidered with school badge

Uniform Suppliers & Other Information

Schoolwear Centre

Monkhouse Schoolwear

56 Addington Street
Margate
Kent
CT9 1QS

Phone: 01843 293555

Email: sales@school-shop.org

Website: https://www.schoolwearcentre.net/

Unit 15 Newnham Court Shopping Village
Bearsted Road
Maidstone
Kent
ME14 5LH   

Phone: 01622 230845
Email: newnhamcourt.shop@monkhouse.com

Website: https://www.monkhouse.com/

 

Please note:     

(1) Official school badges only

(2) No jewellery - except for watch & one small, discreet stud in each earlobe if necessary.  (To be handed in for PE).

(3) No other visible body piercing or tattoos

(4) Make-up: none visible Years 7 – 9; minimal & discreet (if worn)  Years 10 - 11.   No coloured nail varnish.

(5) Hair: no extremes of fashion; no obvious dyes (natural colour only). Hair clips/scrunchies, etc. should be discreet.

(6) Hair, shoulder length or longer, must be tied back for science and all practical lessons

(7) The following items are not allowed:   

  1. denim coats/jackets,  sweatshirts, hooded sweaters, etc
  2. jeans, denims, cords, laced or  decorated trousers;  extremes of width  for trouser legs 
  3. suede / leather boots   
  4. visible polo–necked or other sweaters etc. under shirts
  5. caps/hats - except outside in extreme weather then plain navy blue  

(8) In the event of a medical condition necessitating trainers these must be black & student must have a dated

letter of explanation from parent/doctor

All clothing and kit must be clearly named with the student’s full forename & surname

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