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Hockey Match

On Monday 26th February, 4 teams took part in a hockey match at Kent College. Our game started off well and we worked hard. We pushed up the pitch, set up Millie and she finished it off easily.

We kept on going and now we had a goal we were determined to get another one, we were lucky, Millie and I broke through their defence and we were up against the goalkeeper, Millie crossed it to me and I finished it. Before we knew it, it was half time, we were 2-0 up. We kept on working hard to keep our lead, we got a couple of chances but we didn’t get any more goals. We finished off with a 2-0 win, we were really proud of ourselves.

On Monday 26th February we played against Kent Collage. We all did very well since we lost 1-3 and last time lost 8-0. We kept are heads up high and played really well. Sam scored an amazing goal. Thank you Mrs Irons and the adults who came.


Hockey Match - Green team.

On Monday 26th February, four teams went to Kent Collage to play hockey against Kent College Junior teams. This report is about Blean’s Green team against Kent Collage. We started off very cold but strong in the first half and at the end of the first half it was a draw, 0-0.

We started off the second half cold and strong and crossed the ball into the attacking defence and Louis took a shot and scored, putting us in the lead 1-0.  We carried on playing very well but unfortunately Kent College scored making it 1-1. We kept our hopes up and we had a few shots but were missed or saved. Kent Collage had managed to get the ball up to their attacking Defence and took a shot but Jessica, in goal made a brilliant save.

The Final whistle went meaning we drew 1-1.

Thank you to Miss Irons, and the parent helpers for taking us to the match.


Cross Country

On Saturday 2nd March, some Blean pupils went to Cross Country. Daniel and Jess both came first with me coming second, being overtook by Kent College, everyone at Blean did really well.


A strength of our school is our dedicated and talented team of staff who are committed to the well-being of pupils.  We have created a learning environment where children feel challenged and supported in their learning; consequently pupils progress well as they move through the school and achieve well by the time they leave.  There is a link to the OfSTED data dashboard under ‘useful links’ on this site where you can compare Blean School data to all schools and similar schools.

This is a friendly and caring school where children are helped to grow up as considerate, sensible young people. As well as being proud of our academic successes we nurture good manners, mutual respect, tolerance, teamwork and, of course, a sense of humour.  Our aim is that the knowledge, skills and attitudes experienced here at Blean School will lead to a lifetime of fulfilment.

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