The Summer Term has commenced. Teaching and Learning at King’s is currently being delivered via our online learning programme –  King’s Education Online

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King’s Talks: NATO Assistant Secretary General speaks to pupils

Category: News, Talks

Our comprehensive King’s Education Online co-curricular programme has been a source of normality for the whole school community. There is certainly no shortage of options despite challenging circumstances. Regular evening King’s Talks with speakers of distinguished and intriguing backgrounds are an important fixture of life in the Precincts, and they have remained in place via More »

KSC Young Enterprise Group win Kent area competition

Category: News

Our Young Enterprise Group came first in the final of the Kent competition, meaning they progress to the South East final, and were awarded the prize for the best company report. Young Enterprise gives students the opportunity to set up their own businesses before being judged against competitors via the assessment of a company report More »

Evensong Service, Sunday 10th May

Category: News

With the congregation unable to convene in the Cathedral, the Reverend Lindsay Collins broadcast our Evensong service on YouTube. More »

Maya appears on Britain’s Got Talent

Category: Music, News

Music scholar Maya Moh (Mitchinson’s, Vth) appeared on Britain’s Got Talent with the Chineke! Junior Orchestra last Saturday, receiving four yesses to make it through to the next round. Maya, who is also part of the King’s Chamber and Symphony Orchestras, described it as a really exciting but also nerve-wracking experience. “We were quite scared More »

English teacher Mrs Young publishes first novel

Category: News

Amanda Young, English teacher and Housemistress of Walpole, has published her first novel and is thrilled to have sold over 100 copies already, describing it as “a real dream”. Mrs Young published The Woman and the Witch under her maiden name of Larkman (she would like to emphasise she has no connections with the author More »

Over 70 activities online as the King’s Co-Curricular Programme continues

Category: News

The emphasis on co-curricular learning has not wavered with the introduction of King’s Education Online as pupils have engaged with over 70 different activities.  Groups meet via Microsoft Teams for sessions lasting up to 45 minutes for activities including Baking, Ancient Languages, Writing Stand-Up Comedy and Cloud Appreciation. The games department has also been setting More »

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