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News Archive

Lilac achieves Top in the World Cambridge Geography AS Level mark

Category: News

Lilac Courtauld (OKS, Luxmoore 2018-20) has been awarded a Cambridge Top in the World award for her outstanding Geography AS Level result back in November 2019. The award is given to the learner who achieved the highest standard mark worldwide in a subject assessed by Cambridge International Education—a remarkable achievement by Lilac who joined us More »

King’s Talk series continues with ‘The changing face of the fashion industry’

Category: News, Talks

We are delighted to be welcoming Pip Durell (OKS, Broughton 2005-10) on Wednesday evening to discuss ‘The Changing Face of the Fashion Industry: Eco brand building and is there such thing as a sustainable brand?’. Pip is the founder of sustainable fashion brand With Nothing Underneath. She has spent the last decade in the fashion More »

English Teacher Mrs Young follows up debut novel with a collection of short stories

Category: News

Amanda Young, English teacher and Housemistress of Walpole, spent the lockdown period earlier in the year hard at work following the success of her first novel ‘The Woman and the Witch’ and has now published a collection of stories called ‘Airy Cages and Other Stories’. A collection of six unforgettable short stories. From unlikely love affairs More »

Talented King’s pupils to perform at Canterbury Festival

Category: Music, News, The Arts

Joe Netley (Mitchinson’s, Shell), Isabella Cable (Carlyon, 5th) and Tommy David (Meister Omers, 5th) have all been chosen to perform in Canterbury Festival’s Young Musicians’ Bursary Competition. Supported by the Canterbury Festival Foundation, the competition is an opportunity for talented young musicians and vocalists to develop their practice, perform as part of the Festival programme More »

The Carnival of Animals

Category: Events, News, The Arts

The talented Kanneh-Mason siblings are set to release their debut album, ‘Carnival of the Animals’ in November. Recorded at Abbey Road Studios the release includes new poems by Michael Morpurgo OKS to accompany French composer Saint-Saëns much loved musical suite ‘Carnival of the Animals’. The poems are read by the author himself, joined by Academy More »

Honorary Academic Scholarships awarded

Category: News

We are delighted to be awarding 34 6bs with Honorary Academic Scholarships for outstanding results in their GCSEs.  “To the end that piety and good learning may in our Church for ever grow and flourish, and in their season bring forth fruit to the glory of God and to the benefit and honour of the More »

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