News Archive

Waterloo: 200 Years on

Category: Events, News

The School were very fortunate to be paid a visit by well-known broadcaster Peter Snow yesterday to give a talk on the Battle of Waterloo in the Canterbury Cathedral study centre’s Clagett Auditorium. There were a number of distinguished guests including Major General Sir Evelyn Webb-Carter KCVO OBE, the last ‘Colonel of the Regiment’ of the More »

Sport: Lent Term Week 9

Category: News, Sports

10th March 2015 Football U15 A v Colfe’s (won) 5-0 U15 B v Colfe’s (won) 3-1 U14 A v Colfe’s (won) 3-2 U14 B v Colfe’s (won) 2-1 U14 C v Colfe’s (lost) 1-3 Hockey Plate Semi-Final U16 v St Edmund’s (won) 2-1  Netball 1st VII v Walthamstow Hall (won) 24-19 U15 B v Walthamstow More »

World Championship Silver & Bronze for Millie Knight

Category: News, Sports

Millie Knight of Marlowe House has won bronze and silver medals at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in Panorama, Canada. Millie and her guide Jen Kehoe took silver in the giant slalom, missing out by less than a second to Russia’s Paralympic silver medallist, Aleksandra Frantceva, despite leading after the first run.  ‘Today has More »

Sport: Lent Term Week 8

Category: News, Sports

2nd March 2015 Lacrosse U14 Nationals v St Catharine’s (lost) 0-11 v Stowe (lost) 0-2 v Westonbirt (lost) 0-3 v St Paul’s (lost) 0-6 v St George’s Harpenden (lost) 0-5 Squash 1st VI v Berkhamsted (won) 3-2 3rd March 2015 Football 1st XI v Westminster (lost) 1-4 2nd XI v Westminster (won) 4-2 3rd XI v More »

James Oates (CY) selected for England Hockey U18 squad

Category: News, Sports

James Oates (CY) has been selected for the England Hockey U18 boys final squad for this year.  Following James’ success last season representing the country at U16 level he has been fast tracked through to the U18 squad. James will be attending a three day training camp with matches against Holland at Lilleshall National Sports Centre. We wish James every More »

The King’s School Chamber Orchestra – Beethoven

Category: Events, News, The Arts

You are invited to the King’s School Chamber Orchestra’s Spring Concert on Sunday 22nd March at 3.00pm in the Shirley Hall. The main work is Beethoven’s innovative and witty Piano Concerto No.1, alongside the Sarabande for strings by Saint-Saëns and Caplet’s brilliant orchestration of Debussy’s Clair de lune. Admission is free and tickets are not More »

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