Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

Family Fun with Colours, Creatures and Cameras

Category: Events, News

King’s were delighted to welcome thirty-five year 5 and year 6 primary pupils with their parents from nine different primary schools to a Family Science Day. The families took part in a carousel of three science activities run by King’s science specialists and helped by King’s volunteers. The Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress, Councillor More »

Carnations Day 2019 raises over £2700 for Alzheimer’s Research UK

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The girls of Walpole House have once again been busy selling carnations throughout the school for Valentine’s Day in aid of charity, raising over £2700 for Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK). The event, now in its 27th year, involves the writing and delivering of carnations to hopeful recipients throughout the school. Each year the Walpole girls More »

OKS Breakfast Networking Event

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‘Remember they are investing in you, not just your business’ was one of the many pieces of advice given by our panellists at the inaugural OKS Breakfast Networking event held on Thursday 22nd November at Simmons & Simmons in London. The topic of the event was ‘Tech Start Ups’, and the OKS panellists were Ed More »

Philosopher Kings and Queens at King’s

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Working in partnership with the University of Kent, the King’s School has recently established the fledgling ‘East Kent Philosophy Teachers’ Network’, the purpose of which is to promote philosophical enquiry in local schools and to encourage greater communication and cooperation between those involved in the teaching of philosophy. King’s staged their first major Philosophy event: More »

Britain in a Dangerous World

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On the evening of Tuesday 16th October, King’s were honoured to welcome  Mr Angus Lapsley, The FCO’s Director for Defence, International Security and South East Europe, who spoke on Britain in a Dangerous World.   Angus Lapsley is Director for Defence, International Security and South East Europe at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) in September 2017. More »

KMUN conference 2018

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The King’s School Model United Nations Society hosted its second annual conference and welcomed 70 students from schools across Kent; it provides a great opportunity for pupils aged 13-18 to discuss global politics. The King’s MUN Society has signed a partnership with the University of Kent and committees were chaired by university students who have More »

Rugbylympics – our first try!

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Following on from the success of the annual Minilympics event, sixty two girls and boys from five local primary schools came for a day of rugby games and mini-matches and the first ever Rugbylympics. This partnership event between The King’s School and Canterbury Christ Church University was aimed at Year 6 pupils to help with the More »

King’s Talks

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Under the leadership of Mr Owen Moelwyn-Hughes, Head of Politics, the aim of The King’s Talks is to broaden intellectual horizons and develop wider concern, particularly with regard to global affairs. The new talks season has been launched by two distinguished guests. Michael Stephens, Research Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies at the RUSI (Royal United More »

First Prize in EKST Bake Off

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Carolina Padilla has won the EKST Bake Off held at a St. Anselm’s School, which is a local school in Canterbury. Carolina wowed the judges with her triple-layered chocolate and vanilla cake, filled with butter cream and topped with raspberries and blueberries. There were four other contestants in the final in which all contestants were More »

‘Baileys ‘n’ Screen’

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Due to the popularity of this event last term, Bailey House hosted another open-air cinema event for charity. This time the film was ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’, which was released in 1986 and first watched all those years ago by Mr Ocock (Head of Maths and Tutor in Bailey). All pupils in the school were invited by the More »

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