The Kings School Partnerships

News

  1. King’s Join Community Clean Up

    17 pupils from The King’s School and King’s International College joined forces with volunteers from the Canterbury community for one of the biggest litter picks and clean ups that the city has ever seen. The clean-up was organised by the Friends of Kingsmead Field and was the first in a series of community litter picks…

    Read More
  2. Lab kit for loan – new scheme announced

    King’s has teamed up with school equipment suppliers to provide a ‘library’ of science kit for loan to state schools.  Kit will be available to borrow free of charge by schools who sign up to the scheme and attend a training session, provisionally calendared for Wednesday 5th June 2-4pm. The library consists of equipment needed…

    Read More
  3. Mr Shaha’s Recipes For Wonder

    We were delighted to collaborate with the The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge on the first Saturday in Febraury to bring Alom Shaha to Canterbury to run a science workshop for families. Alom is a secondary science teacher as well as an author and his book, Mr Shaha’s Recipes for Wonder, is packed full…

    Read More
  4. Music for all at King’s

    The partnerships programme we have developed here at King’s covers the whole curriculum and enrichment beyond it. However, one area – a particular strength of the school’s – remains relatively untapped: music.  We are launching a major project for community music and we’re delighted to announce that we have appointed Julie Evans as Head of Music Partnerships. …

    Read More
  5. Making Canterbury beautiful again

    On Sunday, 13 students from The King’s School and King’s International College joined members of the Canterbury Society at a litter pick organised by Canterbury City Council. The students cheerfully braved grim November weather to clear an area from Northgate and The Borough through to Kingsmead around the river pathways and behind the Leisure Centre.…

    Read More
  6. Rainbows, Eyeballs and Fireworks!

    We welcomed our first two groups of Saturday Smarties this academic year with a spectacular two hours of science fun. Two groups of pupils from across 17 local primary schools took part in our “rainbows, eyeballs and fireworks” sessions on two consecutive Saturdays. On arrival the children were kitted out in our fantastic new Saturday…

    Read More
  7. Young Philosophers Take Centre Stage

    Working in partnership with the University of Kent, the King’s School has recently established the fledgling ‘East Kent Philosophy Teachers’ Network’, the purpose of which is to promote philosophical enquiry in local schools and to encourage greater communication and cooperation between those involved in the teaching of philosophy. In October we staged the network’s first…

    Read More
  8. “A thoroughly enjoyable and informative seminar…”

    The King’s school were pleased to host the first meeting of the Kent SENDCo Group with a talk by the amazing Sam Garner. Sam is a qualified mental health practitioner and has worked in educational settings from primary to post 16 as a SENDCo and mental health specialist. She therefore understands the real challenges faced…

    Read More
  9. Rugbylympics – our first try!

    Following on from the success of our annual Minilympics event, now in its fifth year, the first Rugbylympics took place on Monday 1st October at Birley’s.  62 girls and boys from five local primary schools came for a day of rugby games and mini-matches.  The event was aimed at Year 6 pupils to help with the…

    Read More
  10. Adventures In the Deep Ocean

    We celebrated the end of another successful year of the Canterbury Primary Science Partnership with our end of term science talk in the Shirley Hall. Over 420 pupils and their teachers from 7 local primary schools attended a talk by Greg Foot. Greg is one of the leading science communicators in the UK, a successful science…

    Read More