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Rugby Tour to South Africa 2015

Category: News, Sports

The 1st XV squad enjoyed a very successful tour of South Africa in August. After flying into Cape Town, the 1st XV squad based itself in Stellenbosch for training at Stellenbosch University and spent time at the Western Province Rugby Academy. They also attended a match between Paarl Boys High and Paarl Gymnasium, an amazing More »

Sports: Autumn Term Week 1

Category: News, Sports

8th September Rugby   1st XV v Caterham School (lost 3 – 10) 2nd XV v Caterham School (draw 0 – 0) Colts A v Caterham School (win 29 – 0) Colts B v Caterham School (draw 12 – 12) J Colts A v Caterham School (win 26 – 7) J Colts B v Caterham More »

Former pupil joins House of Lords

Category: News

Catherine (Kate) Fall (Walpole House 1983-85) is the Deputy Chief of Staff at Number 10 Downing Street for the current British Prime Minister, David Cameron. In August 2015, Kate was nominated for life peerage, and will shortly become Lady Fall. She met David Cameron whilst studying Philosophy, Politics & Economics at Oxford University. Kate joins another former pupil, Lord Garel-Jones (The Grange, More »

I/GCSE Results

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The Fifth Form at The King’s School, Canterbury have landed a very good set of I/GCSE results today, ones which will launch them on interesting and successful careers in our Sixth Form from September. Despite being a large (153) year group, no fewer than 48.2% of the grades awarded were at A*, the second highest More »

A Level Success

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The King’s School, Canterbury has enjoyed another year of very good A level results this August: a vibrant and large year group (185 girl and boy Leavers) achieved 21% A*s and 83% A*-B grades. Not surprisingly given this consistency amongst the top grades, the vast majority are now packing their bags for their first-choice universities More »

Segway adventure with The King’s Society

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Over the centuries, Leeds Castle has been used as a Norman stronghold, the private property of six of England’s medieval queens, a palace used by Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, a Jacobean country house, a Georgian mansion and an early 20th century retreat for the influential and famous. It is now one of the More »

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