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Archive for the ‘Partnerships’ Category

‘A reminder of how lucky we are’ – Daniel (6a) on the King’s Partnerships Review 2020

Category: News, Partnerships

Voluntary work through our Partnerships Programme plays a key role within the King’s Education. We believe that by interacting with the wider community, pupils become more rounded people and gain a fuller understanding of society. Our Partnerships Review of 2020 offers insight into some of the many initiatives on offer and includes the reports from More »

King’s hosts 6 local schools for East Kent Debating Competition

Category: News, Partnerships

A number of our senior debaters chaired and judged as we hosted the East Kent Schools’ Debating Competition on Tuesday. Over 30 pupils from six local schools—Duke of York’s Royal Military School, Dane Court Grammar, Herne Bay High, Simon Langton Grammar School For Boys, Simon Langton Grammar School For Girls and St Lawrence College—enjoyed a More »

Shells mix with partner schools at the Big Explore

Category: News, Partnerships

Harry Cordeaux (Carlyon, Shell) reports below on his experiences at the Big Explore.   On November 12, myself and 12 other Shells travelled to the Pines Calyx near Dover to take part in the East Kent Schools Together’s first ever Big Explore. We were split into four teams, together with students from St. Anselm’s School More »

Student volunteers support primary school learning as Saturday Smarties resumes

Category: News, Partnerships

We were delighted to welcome 22 Year 5 and 6 pupils from across nine local primary schools to our first Saturday Smarties Session of the year. Saturday Smarties is our annual series of science masterclasses for 44 local pupils who come to The King’s School for three sessions of science fun. Each masterclass is taught More »