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15/06/21

At the Kent Schools Athletics competition this weekend, two CDS students, representing the school, excelled in their discipline: Well done to Poppy (Gold in the 300m) and Nathan (PB in the 200m of 26.55s). Great achievements by both students – Well done! https://t.co/LyKA1lIn0W

15/06/21

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/sqJ8Yklg05

15/06/21

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/higUSGiI3R

15/06/21

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/Nbk6wNxmgi

15/06/21

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/DQ39HaUpdT

15/06/21

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/XXvQ8e8LcI

15/06/21

Despite everything that 2020 held our Y11 Art students still managed to impress us with their resilience. Have a look through our archive photos of some of last year’s work that Year 11 created. We truly hope that they are all continuing their creative journeys. https://t.co/t8mqltsUi1

11/06/21

Retweeted From Barton Court Grammar

Our consultation for the new free school, Barton Manor, ends on 22 June at 9am. We'd love to hear your feedback so click here https://t.co/MraVOBzSNK to let us have your views. https://t.co/rHBBjY61e2

11/06/21

Hospitality & Catering: 20 of our talented Year 9 Hospitality students are currently involved in an extra-curricular programme with Luna Training, developing skills in Hospitality (Front of House) and Catering (Back of House). https://t.co/UFdMwE5o9G

10/06/21

Retweeted From Department for Education

Students from say testing helps give them peace of mind, and is so important for keeping themselves, their friends and families safe. https://t.co/pyUHVCP9zL

10/06/21

The School’s Anti-Bullying Team are working to create a reflection area for children who need somewhere to go when they want some quiet time. The garden coming into bloom now but there is still a lot of work to be done! https://t.co/ZbvTTCK9wk

09/06/21

Wellbeing Wednesday! Self-talk is something we all do - it’s our internal dialogue which is influenced by our subconscious mind, revealing thoughts, beliefs, questions, & ideas. Self-talk matters, it affects our emotions, mood and our actions. https://t.co/8TB14izLrG

09/06/21

Wellbeing Wednesday! This week we are asking everyone to think about how to boost their wellbeing and resilience through “positive self-talk” – showing yourself some compassion and understanding for who you are, and what you’ve been through. https://t.co/aDkyz9XeIV

26/05/21

Wellbeing Wednesday: This week students are looking at ‘readaxation’ To be able to relax shouldn’t be a luxury but an essential to mental health and wellbeing. Burying your nose in a book is the perfect way to relax! https://t.co/osbCGtvdal

19/05/21

Wellbeing Wednesday - This week we are looking at how gratitude can improve your wellbeing! https://t.co/3B7pSwyLFj

12/05/21

Wellbeing Wednesday – Ideas and tips on how to connect with nature! Check out the top tips attached! https://t.co/g8H9qaZs7M

12/05/21

Wellbeing Wednesday – It’s Mental Health Awareness week and this week we are focusing on how we can “connect with nature”! https://t.co/m8K1BwbXHb

11/05/21

Barton Manor School is featured in Kent online today. Please read about it here: https://t.co/FlIqszAj7P

11/05/21

Barton Manor School Virtual Consultation Meeting is scheduled for 6pm this evening (Tuesday 11 May). This is a live event with an opportunity to ask questions. To access the live event via the Barton Manor Website - https://t.co/K138U2dDAd or at https://t.co/aQNHkdKoou

10/05/21

Retweeted From NSPCC

Our new helpline is now here for both children and adults who are victims of recent or historic sexual harassment and abuse in schools or education. You can contact us on 0800 136 663 or help.org.uk for support and advice. In an emergency, call 999. https://t.co/LhS4bNlPeN

10/05/21

Year 9 Hospitality & Catering students have been making nourishing and healthy Buddha Bowls. These consist of a variety of fresh foods all beautifully prepared and lovingly displayed on artful plates. Lovely and colourful, and extremely healthy! https://t.co/6UOorgEjoK

10/05/21

Mental Health Awareness Week is the 10th to 16th May 2021. Throughout this week students will be have PSHE sessions based around the theme of maintaining positive mental health! https://t.co/XX1Iic36oR

07/05/21

Year 10 Anti-Bullying Ambassador Team! These Ambassadors have undergone online training with The Diana Award, acquiring skills to help them change the attitudes and behaviours of bullying in school. This is just the beginning of their journey. https://t.co/0lc92iaCf4

05/05/21

Wellbeing Wednesday - The benefits of World Laughter Day, which is a global celebration of laughter, smiling and of all things positive. Celebrated on the 1st Sunday in May, World Laughter Day was founded by Dr Madan Kataria in Mumbai, India in 1998 https://t.co/lMQO3xH0r7

04/05/21

Year 7 to 11 student Ambassadors have devised a plan to support anti-bullying across the school - We will keep you updated! https://t.co/9Buu12wiFk

04/05/21

The School has appointed its new Senior Prefect Team who are running assemblies this week on relationships/sexual harassment in schools. We are looking forward to working with them as representatives of the school community! https://t.co/A493jL1F1I

29/04/21

Check out this podcast from Dr Michael Mosley. Time is often tight - Can you think of one thing that you should be doing to improve your health and wellbeing? https://t.co/1mSEu52gAn

31/03/21

Welcome to our final Wellbeing Wednesday of Term 4! What a year it has been! This week we are looking at adopting a flexible mindset. See the attached info for more detail and have a great Easter break everyone! https://t.co/dEEMlSQse5

31/03/21

Two Year 10 students have volunteered their free time to HeadStart, recruiting and evaluating the programme. Both girls are now leading on aspects of the project. For more information visit https://t.co/idHQuTNFr4 https://t.co/lgpli7jQds https://t.co/oif1MDuSHM

24/03/21

Welcome to another Wellbeing Wednesday – This week students are looking at the benefits of “journaling” to improve their mental health and wellbeing. What is journaling? See the attached tips to see how it might work for you! https://t.co/XbuN0v9EuW

17/03/21

Another Wellbeing Wednesday is upon us! This week students are looking at morning routines. https://t.co/DyDzvnJ9js

16/03/21

Comic Relief 2021! We are supporting “Red Nose Day” with a non-uniform day on Friday 19 March. Students can donate £1 on that morning if they wear non-uniform. Let’s support this fantastic cause and raise as much as we can! https://t.co/8Le7TcXAEc https://t.co/MxhXQRnhjV

10/03/21

Welcome to Wellbeing Wednesday! This week students are looking at how diving into a book can nurture their wellbeing and sustain their resilience. https://t.co/GW7Qg3ChAJ

10/03/21

Calling all chefs! There is a cooking competition being run across the whole of Kent called Young Cooks. https://t.co/EbZRv5k29w Let Mrs Naylor at school know if you have entered! https://t.co/ciFaVb5xJK

24/02/21

Welcome back to Wellbeing Wednesday – This week students are looking at self-esteem. See our attached wellbeing guidance for more info. Take a look at this YouTube video https://t.co/Xknm4Pre83 https://t.co/rikQwZJWiZ

23/02/21

H&C – Year 10 & 11 winners of their half term baking competition: excellent tray bakes and a home-made Buenos cheesecake. Well done! https://t.co/btm32xb7fA

23/02/21

H&C - Although there was no pancake tossing competition in the Hospitality & Catering classroom this year, Mrs Naylor challenged Y9 students to come up with the best looking, creative pancake. Here are the winning entries. Well done everyone! https://t.co/Xtn5eLtqEZ

23/02/21

H&C - Y8 students were challenged with a homemade soup making competition during half term. There were 3 winners: Vegetable soup with spicy notes &croutons, homemade cream of tomato soup, and vegetable and tomato winter soup. Well done to all who took part! https://t.co/8i8jmkaAPa

Uniform

New Year 7 Uniform Guidance

New Starters Information

Year 7-9 Price Guide

Parent Information

Size Guide How to Measure

Savings and Family Club Info


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

  1. promote a shared identity and foster pride in the School
  2. ensure dress appropriate for the working day
  3. 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.

Boys - Year 7 to 9

Blazer

Grey blazer with badge (available from uniform suppliers)

Trousers

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

 

Boys - 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.

Boys - 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.

PE/Games

Training shoes, white socks, white shorts, red football socks, football boots, shin pads, gum-shield and towel.

Games shirts are a red polo top with school badge and/or a red/ white rugby top with white collar. (Available from uniform suppliers).

Black and Red Tracksuits/ Red sweatshirts with School badge/ CDS Sport rain jacket are a welcome addition but not essential. (No Hoodies)

  • 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.

 

Girls - Year 7 to 9

Blazer

Grey blazer with badge (available from uniform suppliers)

Trousers

Plain, Charcoal formal trousers with school logo (available from uniform suppliers). 

No other trousers are permitted.

Skirt

Box pleated skirt in the school tartan (available from uniform suppliers)

Shirt

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

Jumper

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

Girls - Year 10 to 11

Blazer

Black blazer with badge (available from uniform suppliers)

Trousers

Plain, Charcoal formal trousers with school logo (available from uniform suppliers). 

No other trousers are permitted.

Skirt

Box pleated skirt in the school tartan (available from uniform suppliers)

Shirt

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

Jumper

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

Girls - All Years

Tie

College tie (available from uniform suppliers)

Shoes

Plain black formal Leather shoes (low heel). No stilettos, sling backs, canvas shoes, peep toes, trainers, boots or suede shoes should be worn.   Coloured laces are not permitted, they must be black.

Socks

Plain grey or black socks.

PE/Games

Training shoes, white socks, white polo blouse with school badge, Black and scarlet skort.  Red shorts and Black leggings are optional.

Black and Red Tracksuits/ Red sweatshirts with School Badge/ CDS Sport rain jacket are a welcome addition but not essential. (No Hoodies)

  • 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.
  • DISCREET makeup is acceptable for KS4 students only.
  • Nail varnish and acrylic nails are NOT acceptable.

 

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 - KS3 & KS4 Core

Boys:

Required Kit:

  • Red Charles Dickens Polo Shirt – Embroidered with school badge
  • 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:

  • White Charles Dickens Polo Shirt - Embroidered with school badge (also available in girls cut)
  • 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

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

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