News Articles - School Year - Jan 2010 to Aug 2010
School Gymnastics Team at Okehampton Show
Appledore & Instow, Falmouth, Exeter Regattas
Latest edition of Grenvilles Revenge
July Newsletter for Nursery, Pre-School and Juniors
Magnificent achievement for Sam Petty.
An amazing night of music to end the term
Yurts for this year's art exhibition
An evening of music, drama, poetry and dance
Whirlwind tour of the best Cornwall surf beaches
Juniors take to the stage
Conference for 6th Form Mathematicians
Adventure in the Wye Valley
Watching the match on the big screen
Fish & chips and ice-cream beside the sea
Gold for Austin in the discus and silver for Christina in the 100m
Lots of fun in the sunshine
Snapped by a professional photographer at Widemouth Bay
Year 4s entertain parents and fellow pupils
Sport on the beach at Croyde Bay
From the National Schools Regatta in Nottingham to Plymouth and Exmoor
Year 7s had a fascinating day out
Pick Your Own strawberries at the fruit farm
An exciting athletics season for Sam
Year 10 Art students investigate
A welcome for Russell Shepherd from children and parents
The Kingsley Art Department BLOG - the place to catch up with creative news
Kingsley School Judo Club had a busy half-term
Kingsley School Judo Club had a busy half-term
Students spend a few days the way a billion spend a lifetime
May edition of the the Nursery, Pre-School and Junior Newsletter
Pre-School and Play Group raise £250 for children's charity
Bideford Head of the River race on the Torridge
Year 3 victory over blood curdling raiders!
Kingsley students take important roles.
French Cuisine - chocolates and snails all taste good!
Ten minutes in the minibus to the outdoor classroom!
Overall winners Saunton House
Representing the South West at National Schools Finals
Teams complete the challenge in magnificent form
England Full Judo Squad training camp in Sheffield.
Marshmallows toasted on an open fire, delicious!
Outstanding results at the highest level
Excited children received their awards in Assembly
School uniform swapped for Peter Pan costumes
Year 9s visit the Bristol Old Vic Theatre
Writing tips, inspiration and humour
Former GB Team International takes his first session in the Dojo
Determined runners battle in sprint finishes
Great snow conditions at Les Menuires
Latest Edition of Grenville's Revenge
A lively and entertaining end to the Spring term
Catch up with all that has been happening this term with the younger Kingsley students.
After fitness session all score 10/10
From knitting to investigating Habitats at the Zoo.
The day the Easter Bunny called in.
Sixth Form students visit Almeida Theatre
Plus rowing report from Schools Head Putney and Dorney Lake.
From Schumann to Lloyd Webber and Vuelvo Al Sur to Foxy Lady
Another great win at Crystal Palace for a dedicated Kingsley athlete.
Fluvial processes and landforms under scrutiny
The Kingsley Millenium races prove enormously popular with North Devon's school children.
Enjoying their dance lessons.
An evening to celebrate the achievements of 80 students involved with D of E.
Kingsley team runners up in Senior category
Kingsley School Ten Tors trainees enjoyed beautiful Spring weather and good visibility during a full weekend on Dartmoor.
Over 300 Gymnasts from schools all over North Devon gathered in the Kingsley School Sports Hall at the weekend.
Proud Juniors bring their trophies to School
A day out in Cornwall is part of getting to know more about Britain.
Learning about animal habitats.
The Senior Chamber Choir were privileged to sing in Exeter's beautiful Cathedral on Wednesday.
Great result at ThornburyTrampoline Competition.
Junior and Pre-School children raised £170 by wearing their wellies to school and eating biscuits too!
Juniors and Seniors support a Fairtrade Café and visiting Speaker
On Thursday March 4th
at Kingsley Junior School, an afternoon Tea Party raised over £600 for the North Devon Hospice.
GCSE Food Technology students learn about career opportunities in the Army.
Bronze medal for Sixth Former Sam Petty in the 800metres at NIA
Boys selected to run at the English Schools Cross Country.
GCSE & A Level students tour town galleries and museum.
The "little" Kingsley cooks in Pre-School had great fun baking and eating their own almond cookies.
Year 9 Students used their musical talents to raise £2,500 for Children's Hospice South West
The Chinese Year of the Tiger was welcomed in fine style at the Junior School.
The School celebrated the official opening of its new Food Technology Department with a difference!
Sophie Johns to represent South West at National Final.
Students have their work published.
The Junior Boys Team took the Bronze Trophy in Stoke-on-Trent.
An exciting and successful weekend in Stoke-on-Trent.
After a thought provoking School Assembly, Mr Steve Whaley (Head of Geography), informed the students that he was giving up the purchase of a much wanted XBox 360 and donating the money to the Haiti Earthquake Appeal.
Drama Department to be congratulated on their superb production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth".
The Kingsley School gymnasts have had a great start to the season taking 1st and 2nd places at the South West Carita House competition in Taunton.
Ali Quinton-Tulloch in the Lower 6th handed over a cheque today in assembly for £555 to representatives from SHELTER BOX.
In their characteristically forthright and engaging style, Torrington 1646 presented Kingsley School's Year 9 History students with a vivid insight into the part played by slavery in the development of the British Empire, with particular reference to celebrated Devonian explorer-slave traders.
A very short hop along the North Devon Coast, Hartland was chosen for Sunday's Ten Tors hike.
Kingsley 6th Form students Sam Walder, Ashleigh Clayton, John Hodgson and Luke Cann were thrilled to receive the following message during the Christmas holidays:
Two Kingsley School Bideford students have just received some extremely good news from National Youth Choirs of Great Britain.
The week the" Big Freeze" came to Britain. The first day of School had to be cancelled, all over the country roads were blocked with ice and snow, some students took a week to get back!