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News Archive

Saturday Smarties Science Success

Category: News

The final science master class in The King’s School Saturday Smarties programme took place on May 16th. Over fifty Year 5&6 children from eleven schools have attended three different master classes during the academic year with lots of exciting practical demonstrations, experiments and problem-solving. The first master class (held in Autumn term) consisted of rainbows, eyeballs and fireworks, focussing on the More »

All abuzz

Category: News

The King’s School, Canterbury’s beekeeping activity is now well and truly launched. On the 12th May 2015, Mr Cox collected two starter colonies, known as "nucs" from a bee breeder. After a hot, but fortunately uneventful, journey back in the car they were installed in their permanent new homes in the Cellarer’s Garden, St Augustine’s. A select crew of More »

Former pupil wins Royal Society of Literature’s Ondaatje prize

Category: News

Former pupil, Justin Marozzi (Marlowe 1984-89) has won the Royal Society of Literature’s Ondaatje prize for his book about the turbulent history of Baghdad. Marozzi lived in the city on and off for 10 years and his book spans through centuries of what was once a great capital – from the time of the Caliphs to the invasion of More »

Shell Global Perspectives Essay Prize Giving

Category: News

During assembly on Tuesday 19th May inside Canterbury Cathedral, the prize winners for the Shell Global Perspectives Essay Competition were announced. The Royal Society for Asian Affairs now endorse and sponsor the essay and were also there to help adjudicate the winners. The School was privileged to be joined by the RSAA Chairman, Sir David John and their Secretary Mr Alan More »

James Odgers wins Bronze at Fencing Championships

Category: News, Sports

The King’s School, Canterbury had 4 talented fencers qualify for the National Youth Fencing Finals hosted by EIS Sheffield. James Odgers (School House) won 4 out of 5 fights and was ranked 10th. He continued to win through the successive rounds, steadily beating Jack Cafaro of Wales 15-9 and then Theo Edwards from the Eastern More »

Miranda Merron (OKS) Visits The King’s School, Canterbury

Category: Events, News

Former pupil, Miranda Merron (KS 1985-1987) started sailing when she was 5 years old on the River Seine. At the age of 9 she was crewing for her father and has now been sailing professionally for the past 14 years, having opted to leave her career in advertising. She sails mainly in offshore racing and More »

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