Luxmoore, Galpin’s and Mitchinson’s top Inter-House Indoor Rowing

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Luxmoore were the overall girls’ winners of this year’s Inter-House Indoor Rowing Competition while Galpin’s and Mitchinson’s were tied as the top two boys’ houses. The races consisted of one-minute relays, with multiple fast-paced and exciting contests being witnessed by a large crowd in the Shirley Hall. Full results can be seen below.   Girls More »

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

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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 »

Millie Knight wins World Cup gold

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Paralympic medallist Millie Knight (OKS 2017) won gold at the Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia on Tuesday. Millie picked up her first World Cup medal in two years with bronze in the first visually impaired giant slalom event of the competition on Monday having stepped away from the sport for the More »

Ludo shines on Harlequins U18 debut

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Ludo Kolade (Tradescant, Vth) scored on an impressive debut for Harlequins Under-18s on Saturday. The 16-year-old caught the eye with his performance, crossing for a try and coming close to a second as Quins were narrowly defeated 40-36 by Bath U18s. Ludo has been part of the England Academy programme since August last year and More »

Sports Results: Lent Term, Week 2

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

Entrepreneurship, profit & teamwork: The King’s Young Enterprise Group

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Theatre-goers were taking second glances at the student-made calendars on sale in the interval of our school musical last term. The watercolour paintings of Canterbury that decorate the pages, courtesy of the hand of Catherine Chen (Jervis, 6b), make for a product that wouldn’t look out of place on a major high street retailer’s shelves. More »

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