Archive for the ‘News’ Category

The Shell Global Perspectives

Category: News

The Shell Global Perspectives is a research-based competition that challenges the Shells to look beyond the local area of Canterbury in order that they might consider what it is to be a ‘global citizen’. This year the year group had to base their research around aspects of conflict, natural resources, environment and human rights within More »

Double for OKS Charlie Watson at Premiership Shield Final

Category: News, Sports

OKS Charlie Watson is going from strength to strength by scoring two tries whilst having a great game for the Saracens Storm side Vs Newcastle Falcons A team in the Premiership Shield final. He played brilliantly having got on after six minutes of play. Charlie scored a double, which helped set the tone for Saracens, More »

One short of a dozen!

Category: News

King’s pupils enjoyed a fantastic Gold Duke of Edinburgh award day, spending time in the morning walking around the beautiful Buckingham Palace gardens, followed by a ceremony with the Earl of Gloucester and the travel journalist and BBC producer Ash Bhardwaj. The eleven King’s students awarded were Lucy Bryant, Sonya Trukhina, Annie Shepherd-Barron, Freddie Miller, More »

Breakfast like Kings!

Category: News

A group of fifteen excited breakfast clubbers from St John’s CEP School went to have breakfast at King’s School. Every morning three King’s school student volunteers go to St John’s to help with their breakfast club; eating with the children, helping them to wash up and then reading and playing quiet games with them before More »

Sports Results Summer Term Week 2

Category: News, Sports

Sports Results Week 2 Further information including fixtures, teams and events, can be found via the Sports Website. More »

CCF trip to the Isle of Anglesey

Category: News

Over the Easter break the CCF conducted its annual Bronze DoE trip to North Wales on the Isle of Anglesey. The cadets enjoyed lots of different adventurous training activities such as coasteering (a physical activity that encompasses movement along the intertidal zone of a rocky coastline on foot or by swimming), climbing and gorge walking. More »

Remove History Trip to Berlin

Category: News

Over Easter 35 Removes descended on the German capital for three days to enhance their studies of the Cold War and Nazi Germany at IGCSE. The itinerary was tightly packed and on the first day they had tours of Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, Wannsee, where Nazis met in 1942 to plan the ‘Final Solution’, and Cecilienhof More »

Economists in The Big Apple

Category: News

Thirty excited King’s Economics students travelled to the ‘City That Never Sleeps’, visiting the Statue of Liberty and Times Square as well as observing excellent views from the tall buildings. They had plenty of time to do both arty and touristy things in this vibrant city, but more importantly, there was a real Economics focus More »

Sports Results Summer Term Week 1

Category: News, Sports

Sports Results Week 1 Further information including fixtures, teams and events, can be found via the Sports Website. More »

Rowing at Lake Orta

Category: News, Sports

For the sixth year, The Boat Club training camp took place over the Easter holiday at Lake Orta, alongside colleagues and students from Canford School. This year King’s also attended Pescate Regatta, which is a 500-metre sprint regatta on the right leg of Lake Como. Every pupil left the Regatta with a medal with Gold More »

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