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News Archive

A tribute to His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Category: News

The whole of the community at the King’s School, Canterbury expresses deepfelt condolences and prayerful respect to Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family, following the very sad news of the death of HRH, Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. As a School we have come together, even though parted by the Easter holiday and More »

Headmaster’s Letter To Pupils

Category: News

Dear Pupils, I know that we have all been moved by the reaction to the tragedy of Sarah Everard, the wonderfully vibrant young professional woman who was abducted and subsequently murdered recently. Two of my grown-up daughters, who live close by, visited the Bandstand on Clapham Common, a gathering place for those women and men More »

King’s reflects on the ups & downs of COVID-19 pandemic with minute’s silence

Category: News

The King’s community joined the nationwide minute’s silence to recognise the one-year anniversary of the start of the first lockdown. Although we did not gather physically, we remembered all those who have lost their lives to COVID-19 and acknowledged the brave work of our NHS staff and volunteers in protecting the vulnerable from the disease.  More »

Our Primary Partnership Schools celebrate British Science Week 2021

Category: News, Partnerships

We were delighted to help our 24 Canterbury Primary Partnership Schools to celebrate British Science Week (8th-13th March) with its exciting theme of Innovating For the Future. As the science week coincided with schools returning to full session after lockdown, we felt it extremely important to support the science leads from our CPSP schools in More »

Will made a Young Ambassador of the MCC Foundation

Category: News, Sports

Will Gaffney (Meister Omers, Fifth) has been named one of five Young Ambassadors of the MCC Foundation as the charitable arm of the historic Marylebone Cricket Club launches a new programme. The Young Ambassadors, aged between 16 and 35, will be immersed in the Foundation’s work on a practical level, interacting with the charity’s beneficiaries More »

Watch Ranulph’s King’s Talk on alternative career choices

Category: News, Talks

We hosted Ranulph Tees (OKS Meister Omers, 2008-13) on Wednesday evening in our latest online King’s Talk titled “Careers after King’s: Alternative Choices”. Ranulph left King’s dead-set on becoming a journalist. During a gap-year he interned at The Economist newspaper and Insight TWI, producing documentaries for Al Jazeera and Chanel 4. After reading Economics at More »

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