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News Archive

Olympian Jack Green delivers virtual talk on mental health

Category: News, Sports, Talks

Double Olympian Jack Green gave a virtual wellbeing talk on Thursday, discussing his athletics career and personal mental health journey over the last decade. Jack represented Team GB at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games in the 400m hurdles and 4x400m relay. He has been a champion of mental wellbeing since being diagnosed with depression, More »

Entrepreneur Dinesh Dhamija (OKS) to give King’s Talk

Category: News, Talks

This week’s King’s Talk will be delivered on Wednesday evening by Dinesh Dhamija (OKS) who will share his experience as an entrepreneur. Dinesh was in The Grange at King’s from 1968-69 before graduating from the University of Cambridge, IMD Business School Lausanne and Harvard Business School. In 1980, he started Dabin Travel from a tiny More »

King’s Staff complete Reps for Robbie to raise money for R World

Category: News

We’ve raised over £4,000 with the Reps for Robbie challenge so far this week in support of our staff charity of the year, R World.  R World was created to honour the life of Robbie Curtis by improving mental health support in schools and universities after Robbie tragically passed away following an episode of depression More »

Henry runs Lockdown marathon to support Jersey Hospice

Category: News, Sports

Henry O’Connor (Linacre, 6b) ran a marathon on the first Saturday of half term to raise money for Jersey Hospice, who have been caring for his aunt Claire after she was diagnosed with cancer. His efforts were picked up by ITV Jersey who interviewed Henry and his parents, and he has now raised £3,500. It More »

Watch Dewi Rees (OKS) give incredible organ recital in St Albans Cathedral

Category: Music, News

Former King’s music scholar Dewi Rees (OKS, Grange 2011-16) recently gave a 30-minute online recital from St Albans Cathedral, where he is now an Organ Scholar. Dewi played Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in G major followed by one of the most revered and difficult pieces written for the organ, Durufle’s Suite, op. 5. Upon leaving More »

King’s celebrates National Apprenticeship Week

Category: News

This week is National Apprenticeship Week, an opportunity to celebrate the impact of apprenticeships on individuals, employers and the economy. As an organisation, we are really proud of all our employees who are currently undertaking apprenticeships and building their skills and knowledge to progress their careers. At King’s, we have employees from all ages studying More »

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