News Archive

Sport: Lent Term Week 3

Category: Sports

20th January 2015 Hockey U16 v Tonbridge (lost) 0-1 – Kent Cup Swimming Benenden 1st in all three age groups Netball Birley’s Tournament – Winners 1st VII v Sevenoaks (lost) 7-6 1st VII v Cranbrook (won) 10-8 1st VII Semi-Final v Hurst (won) 9-7 1st VII Final v Sevenoaks (won) 9-5 U15 A v Benenden More »

Squash: Roehamton Schools’ Invitational

Category: Sports

The squash teams are enjoying a successful run. At the end of last term the Boys’ 1st V won the inaugural Surrey Sports Park Invitational Squash Tournament beating Bede’s in the final and Marlborough in the semi- final. At the start of this term the boys also competed in the prestigious Roehampton Public Schools Invitation More »

King’s Talk – Shooting Dogs

Category: Events, News

As part of the ongoing King’s Talk programme on Tuesday 27th January at 7.30pm the Politics department will be screening the film ‘Shooting Dogs’. 2015 marks the tenth anniversary for the film that focuses on the Rwandan Genocide of 1994 where some 500,000 to 1 million Rwandans were killed during an approximate 100 day period. More »

ARTiculation 2015

Category: News, The Arts

The winner of the internal heat of ARTiculation 2015 is Polina Usenko for her presentation of Fedor Reshetnikov’s painting Low Marks Again (1952). 2nd was Sami Ruston on Degas’ sculpture Little Dancer Aged 14 (1881) 3rd was Esther Thomas on Degas’ Belleli Family (1858-69) Honourable mentions: Alex Abadjieva Lloyd’s Building, London Elena Uvarova Goya’s Asmodeo More »

The King’s Society: The Imperial War Museum

Category: News, The Arts

On 28th January The King’s Society will be attending a private tour of the First World War Art Collection at The Imperial War Museum. The King’s Society will be able to explore the unique record of the history of conflict from 1914 to the present day on an exclusive private tour of the Imperial War More »

Hoffman Marlowe Prize 2014

Category: News

The Calvin & Rose G Hoffman Prize for a Distinguished Publication on Christopher Marlowe The 2014 twenty-fifth Calvin & Rose G Hoffman Prize for a distinguished publication on Christopher Marlowe has been awarded jointly to: Professor L Maguire and Dr E Smith "What is a Source? Or, How Shakespeare Read his Marlowe" and to Dr More »