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  1. Like Ducks to Water…

    We were pleased to welcome 12 Spires Academy students who joined 3 of our sailors on Westbere Lake recently for an afternoon learning how to sail. The idea of inviting Spires students to to sail with us was that of Ed Shapcott (6a) who wanted to give Spires students an opportunity to give sailing a go…

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  2. Science Boxes loan scheme launch

    Teachers and technicians from 10 different schools gathered at King’s today at the start of a new scheme to lend apparatus to support science teaching.  The Science Boxes scheme will launch in September and schools will be able to borrow 10 different boxes of kit, all chosen to help support GCSE physics. Membership of the…

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  3. King’s pupils in harmony with EKST Big Sing

    It is widely reported that singing in a group can greatly enhance an individual’s well-being, build confidence and improve physical health. So what’s not to love! The EKST Big Sing partnership choir is made up of students from each of our partner schools and in our second year of rehearsing and performing the choir is…

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  4. Breakfasting Like Kings!

    Every morning during term time a dedicated team of  King’s school student volunteers visit St John’s CEP School to help with their breakfast club. Each volunteer is allocated a day and three of them visit each morning eating with the children, helping them to wash up and then reading and playing quiet games with them…

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  5. Fossil Frenzy

    Mike Mawby, our Head of Earth and Planetary Sciences, recently ran two fossil workshops for sixty year 3 pupils from Wincheap Foundation Primary School. The pupils walked over from Wincheap to the King’s School and Mr Mawby’s lab. They met some of the resident dinosaurs and had a chance to look at and handle amazing fossils…

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  6. Wednesday Wonders

    We have had another great term working with pupils from Spires Academy with pupils coming for maths, classics lessons and sessions in and around the Cathedral on Wednesday afternnons. The Aspiring Maths sessions, led by Dr Sue Kerridge has a group of 7 Year 10 Spires pupils coming every other week to join King’s pupils for…

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  7. Family Fun With Colours, Creatures and Cameras

    We were delighted to welcome 35 local primary pupils with their parents/ carers to our third Family Science Day on a bright, sunny Sunday in March. The pupils who attended were in year 5 or 6 from 9 primary schools across the Canterbury area. We were also pleased to be joined by the Lord Mayor…

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  8. 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…

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  9. 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…

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  10. 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…

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