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OKS wins bronze at European U23 Rowing Championships

Category: News, Sports

Freddie Allinson OKS (School House, 2017) won bronze with the Great Britain men’s eight at the European Under-23 Championships in Greece this month. GB made the podium amid a high-quality field and were very narrowly beaten to second by Ukraine following a fierce battle, with Romania taking gold. After returning to the UK, former school More »

Charlie Watson scores as Sarries retain Premiership 7s title

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Charlie Watson OKS (Carlyon) crossed for Saracens as they beat Wasps 35-19 in the Premiership Rugby 7s final at Franklin’s Gardens. The 19-year-old scored the final try as Sarries retained their title last Saturday (September 14). Charlie penned a contract extension with the London club in June having helped their A side, Storm, to the More »

Meister Omers & Harvey House crowned Cross-Country champs

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Meister Omers won this year’s Boys’ Cross-Country Cup and Harvey House topped the Girl’s rankings in a typically passionate inter-house competition last Wednesday (September 11). As usual, every boy and girl fit to run participated, with plenty of face paint, chanting and competitive spirit on display. You can view the full results here and see More »

Sports Results: Autumn Term Week 2

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Our hockey and rugby teams had some great results against St Lawrence College and Caterham School respectively last week.  Click on the link below for the full scores.  Sports Results Week 2 Further information including fixtures, teams and events, can be found via the Sports Website. More »

St John’s and King’s commit to lasting partnership

Category: Events, News

Head of St John’s Primary, Jo Williamson, and King’s Headmaster, Peter Roberts, celebrated the ongoing partnership between our two schools at a celebration tea on Thursday afternoon. Since 2014, pupils from St John’s have consistently been involved in our many initiatives, such as our Canterbury Primary Science Partnership, our Minilympics sports programme and the Sounding More »

King’s advance in the HMC Foursomes

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King’s beat Sutton Valence in the HMC Foursomes to secure a place in round two of the country’s most prestigious school golf tournament. See the full report from Richard Cook, master of golf, below.   School golf matches are rather idiosyncratic in their nature. More often than not, they are friendlies and one team will More »

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