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Bailey House hosts open-air cinema charity event

Category: News

Bailey House hosted an open-air cinema event for girls across the school on Saturday 25th April. They snuggled up under duvets and blankets to watch Ten Things I Hate About You whilst enjoying popcorn, hot dogs and other treats. It was a very successful event (despite the rain) and raised approximately £300 for charity. Bailey House have decided to More »

Broughton House Charity ‘Buskathon’

Category: News

Broughton House kick-started the summer term with a charity ‘buskathon’ this weekend. For a total of 24 hours across the weekend, Broughton girls organised themselves into bands and performed a variety of music from Troubadours to Jay-Z on an array of different instruments! They raised £624.93 for their chosen charity, ‘Aspire.’ A national charity that provides practical More »

Rowing training camp at Lake Orta, Italy

Category: News, Sports

We welcome back 20 pupils from The King’s School Canterbury Boat Club who have just returned from a successful rowing training camp at Lake Orta in Northern Italy over the Easter break with pupils from Canford School in Dorset. More »

BBC Big Band

Category: Events, News

With King’s Week 2015 just around the corner, ensembles at King’s are already working hard on programmes for the events. The King’s School Big Band, with its iconic performance in the Shirley Hall, is no exception. We are delighted, therefore, that the BBC Big Band will visit King’s on Sunday 26th April for a morning More »

A Royal Visit

Category: News

Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh paid a special visit to Canterbury this week to unveil statues of themselves at Canterbury Cathedral. A number of Scholars and Purples were fortunate enough to attend a service within the Cathedral prior to the unveiling of the statues carved by sculptor Nina More »

Sport: Lent Term Week 10

Category: News, Sports

16th March 2015 Rowing Schools’ Head The 1st Eight came 14th out of 27 crews The 2nd Eight came 15th out of 18 crews The Girls Quad came 21st out of 22 crews The Removes Four finished 3rd 17th March 2015 Fencing Public Schools  Boys’ Junior Epee 37th Chris Sit 46th Donghui Jia 47th William Harkness More »

Solar Eclipse

Category: News

Despite the thick clouds and very cold conditions, the Astronomy GCSE pupils, a number of Sixth form physicists and the physics department headed out onto Green Court at 8.30am on Friday 20th March to see the partial solar eclipse. Armed with eclipse viewers, the telescope and ipads to show the live feed on television, we More »

Waterloo: 200 Years on

Category: Events, News

The School were very fortunate to be paid a visit by well-known broadcaster Peter Snow yesterday to give a talk on the Battle of Waterloo in the Canterbury Cathedral study centre’s Clagett Auditorium. There were a number of distinguished guests including Major General Sir Evelyn Webb-Carter KCVO OBE, the last ‘Colonel of the Regiment’ of the More »

Sport: Lent Term Week 9

Category: News, Sports

10th March 2015 Football U15 A v Colfe’s (won) 5-0 U15 B v Colfe’s (won) 3-1 U14 A v Colfe’s (won) 3-2 U14 B v Colfe’s (won) 2-1 U14 C v Colfe’s (lost) 1-3 Hockey Plate Semi-Final U16 v St Edmund’s (won) 2-1  Netball 1st VII v Walthamstow Hall (won) 24-19 U15 B v Walthamstow More »

World Championship Silver & Bronze for Millie Knight

Category: News, Sports

Millie Knight of Marlowe House has won bronze and silver medals at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in Panorama, Canada. Millie and her guide Jen Kehoe took silver in the giant slalom, missing out by less than a second to Russia’s Paralympic silver medallist, Aleksandra Frantceva, despite leading after the first run.  ‘Today has More »

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