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Waterloo 200 Commemoration

Category: News

The Battle of Waterloo in 1815 was commemorated with a service at the Cathedral on Saturday 20 June in the presence of HRH Duke of Kent. The service formed part of the new Waterloo Dispatch Event, which is an ambitious ceremonial interpretation of a defining moment in European history. The service of commemoration included a More »

Former pupil flying high

Category: News

Former pupil, George Edwards (Tradescant 2009-2014) has recently had his remarkable and innovative new technology, Gas-Sense featured on the Virgin Start-up webpage. George’s success continued when he was contacted by Sir Richard Branson’s office and invited on the inaugural flight of Virgin Atlantic’s new route from London to Detroit. This was an all expenses paid, three day trip with Sir Richard More »

Two centuries as King’s hit high note

Category: News, Sports

Two 1st XI boys scored hundreds in a match against Haileybury this week. Oliver Tikare, fresh from scoring 100 not out on Saturday 20th June against Sutton Valence School, backed it up with a very well-constructed 121. Matthew Barker, batting in his new position at number two, scored 165 not out – the highest score from More »

A summer of jazz

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The Music Department is delighted to announce the production of a new CD, Last Summer. It features jazz soloists, ensembles and The King’s School Big Band. The school’s Head of Jazz, pupil Robbie Ellison (Tradescant House), has led this year’s jazz with enormous skill and flair and, with the support of Ian Swatman (Director of The Big Band), jazz More »

Sixth Form pupils win essay prizes

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Current sixth form pupils Eleanor Paine (Jervis) and Demi Adeyemi (Broughton)recently entered the Fitzwilliam College Cambridge Essay Competition. They both won awards and will be able to collect their certificates and discuss their essays at Cambridge University. Demi wrote about racism in the Ancient World and Eleanor centred her essay around the attitudes to old More »

Sports: Summer Term Week 7

Category: News, Sports

16th June Cricket 1st XI v Sevenoaks (won by 82 runs) 40 overs *King’s 270-3 (Heywood 116, Richardson 65, Tikare 59)   Sevenoaks 188-5 U14A v Tonbridge (lost by 5 wickets) U14A v Benenden (1st) 20th June Girls’ Tennis U15A v St. John’s (lost 4-5) U15B v St. John’s (Lost 3-6) U14A v St. John’s (won More »

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