Hever Castle is in our home county of Kent, about 80 miles/130 km from Broadstairs, so easy for a day out. The castle dates back 700 years in parts,and was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII (He had six in total!). It has 125 acres of beautiful gardens, two […]
be (as) right as rain Feel well again
wear your heart on your sleeve Make your emotions and feelings obvious; you don’t hide them.
Walmer Castle dates back to the time of Henry VIII (1491 – 1547) and was originally built as a defence fortress, but has evolved into a homely residence for many well-known names from the Duke of Wellington to the Queen Mother. Inside you can explore Wellington’s career, the story of his life and death and even […]
Canterbury is a fascinating city, with hundreds of years of history – in fact, it dates back to Roman times. The impressive cathedral has been a place of worship for more than 1,400 years, and is the ‘headquarters’ of the Anglican Church (The Archbishop of Canterbury is the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion). Pilgrims […]
Louise and Angela are the Accommodation Officers for Hilderstone College. Louise has been in the role of Accommodation and Welfare Officer for just over a year, coming from a background in education and safeguarding roles. Angela is the Deputy Accommodation and Student Support Officer and has been in the role for 2.5 years, previously working […]
Some mixed grammar problems for you this week! Can you correct the mistakes in these sentences? 1) I’ll be an astronaut when I grow up! 2) I’m sorry, I’m not understanding this question. 3) Have you any brothers or sisters? 4) I had a bath when the phone rang. 5) He has beautifuls flowers in […]
no skin off my nose You don’t care about something because it will not affect you.
This week’s Friday afternoon trip is to DOVER CASTLE, about 40 minutes from Broadstairs by coach. Dover Castle, ONLY 40 minutes by road from Broadstairs, is a magnificent medieval castle positioned on the famous White Cliffs of Dover, and overlooking the Channel towards France. It was founded in the 11th century and has been described […]
Guilio won the Photo of the Week competition with his original photograph, taken in the historic city of Canterbury on a recent College excursion. Thanks, Giulio!