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Yr 11 After School Revi­sion Term 4

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Coastal Acad­e­mies Trust Musi­cal Medley

CAT200The sec­ond annual Coastal Acad­e­mies Trust Con­cert took place in the Win­ter Gar­dens on the 6th of Feb­ru­ary 2018. Stu­dents from every school in the multi acad­emy trust per­formed to a large, enthu­si­as­tic crowd, show­ing off all of the musi­cal abil­ity and tal­ent across the schools.

The show was opened in amaz­ing style by the chil­dren of Cliftonville Pri­mary School who sang in both Eng­lish and Span­ish as well as per­form­ing a song in sign lan­guage and fea­tur­ing an ter­rific solo per­for­mance of ‘Some­where Over The Rain­bow’ per­formed by one of the pupils.

This great start was fol­lowed by a wide range of per­for­mances from stu­dents of the four senior schools, with bands, choirs, musi­cal the­atre and even com­edy num­bers. Over the course of two hours of enter­tain­ing per­for­mances, musi­cians from King Ethel­bert, Harts­down, Royal Har­bour and Dane Court dis­played a huge range of tal­ent, reveal­ing the qual­ity of music being learned and per­formed across the group.

To com­plete the evening’s enter­tain­ment, all of the stu­dents joined together ‘en masse’ to per­form the Take That song ‘Never For­get’. This choral finale fea­tured the con­fi­dent voices of Cliftonville Pri­mary, a rock band from Harts­down Acad­emy and all the stu­dents who had taken part in the show.

This fan­tas­tic evening was a won­der­ful oppor­tu­nity for every­one in our schools’ com­mu­ni­ties to wit­ness the great progress being made in music across the Coastal Acad­e­mies Trust. The stan­dard of per­for­mance was indeed a huge step on from last year and I’m sure that the show in 2019 will be more impres­sive still!

Thanks and con­grat­u­la­tions to all involved.

Vir­tual Real­ity Project

VR Pic 200In Jan­u­ary, our Year 9 stu­dents helped Kent County Coun­cil with a research project, look­ing into the use of vir­tual real­ity in schools. Lead­ing experts ran tests on the day, with the aim to deter­mine if there is a place for using vir­tual real­ity as a teach­ing aid in schools. Stu­dents were given the oppor­tu­nity to use the VR equip­ment and seemed to thor­oughly enjoy the expe­ri­ence. We are still await­ing the results but have been promised first use of the tech­nol­ogy if Kent do decide to use this method.

Visual Arts Exhibition

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Julius Caesar

15 March 2018, 7pm
Adult £10.00 Child £7.00

BRAND NEW RSC PRO­DUC­TION TO VISIT KING ETHEL­BERT SCHOOL

This excit­ing 90 minute ver­sion of Julius Cae­sar is the per­fect intro­duc­tion to Shake­speare for young peo­ple. A com­pany of actors have trav­elled up and down the land per­form­ing their sto­ries. Now they’ve arrived in Birch­ing­ton to tell a tale of friend­ship and betrayal. Cae­sar, Rome’s leader, has returned from war stronger than ever, but some of his fol­low­ers are ques­tion­ing his pow­ers. The plot­ting continues…

Tick­ets are avail­able through the Mar­lowe The­atre, Can­ter­bury. Via their box office, early book­ing is advised.

Box Office: 01227 787787 or pur­chase online with the fol­low­ing link:

https://​sys​tem​.spek​trix​.com/​m​a​r​l​o​w​e​t​h​e​a​t​r​e​/​w​e​b​s​i​t​e​/​E​v​e​n​t​D​e​t​a​i​l​s​.​a​s​p​x​?​E​v​e​n​t​I​d​=​53401

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