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16May 19

Celebrating Ten Tors Success

Celebrating Ten Tors Success This week I had the pleasure of leading an assembly to celebrate the success of our Ten Tors teams. The event is an event solely for…

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29Nov 18

Chaplain’s Blog – Remembrance

Our focus this November has inevitably been about remembrance; of course as a school we were part of a number of events with pupils taking part in acts of remembrance…

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04Sep 18

Boarding Blog

Welcome to the boarding blog at Kingsley School. As you may be aware we have a number of trips and events that happen in boarding throughout the term. These are…

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04Jul 18

Chaplain’s Blog Summer Term 2018

Climbing Your Mountain to See Life from a Different Perspective  This term in our assemblies we have considered a life of outdoor adventure with Jesus. We have explored stories of…

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30May 18

Revitalising our approach to SRE

Jon Dickinson, deputy head and designated safeguarding lead at Kingsley School, recently posted on the Independent Schools' Council website to discuss the school's decision to remodel their SRE provision and…

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26May 17

Chaplain’s Blog 26th May 2017

This busy first half of the term has seen Mrs Last and the “Open the Book” team visit us in Prep School assembly. We have heard from a variety of…

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24Mar 17

Red Nose Day

Red nose day is celebrated across the UK in March each year. The event is also known as Comic Relief. Here at Kingsley, we raise money for this important cause…

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27Feb 17

Pitch in a Pound

UPDATE:  The school raised £292.57 for the North Devon Hospice - well done everyone! On Friday 10th February, Kingsley School joined North Devon Hospice’s Pitch in a Pound event. Pupils…

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20Feb 17

Pancake Day secrets exposed!

Personally, we like to eat lots of pancakes with sugar and lemon, but these are some weird and wonderful pancake traditions from other countries: In Denmark, it is traditional to…

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12Feb 17

Take a break

We find ourselves at the end of another half term, a time to pause, take a break and take stock before the Spring term marches on to Easter. This term…

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29Dec 16

Chaplain’s Christmas blog

Well, that’s that the end of my first term as Chaplain here at Kingsley School and what a full one it has been. In a term that has brought us…

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09Dec 16

Elf on the Junior School Shelf

Have you heard of the elf on the shelf? Here in the junior school, we have a mischievous elf that moves around the classrooms each day. Pupils in the junior…

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18Nov 16

Secret bloggers’ post

Dyslexia: a general term for disorders that involve difficulty in learning to read or interpret words, letters, and other symbols, but that do not affect general intelligence. This is the…

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15Nov 16

Thrive – Dr Cousins

At Kingsley we have embraced Thrive, an initiative that provides emotional development for well-being and learning. Based in up-to-date neuroscience, Thrive allows emotional development needs to be addressed and this…

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10Nov 16

Mr Mathers

Rugby Tour The best rugby squad at Kingsley, since we began, prepared well for our annual tournament at Rendcomb College last weekend. En route, we went to the Gloucester vs.…

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04Nov 16

From the Secret School Bloggers

Sometimes there is nothing scarier than your teacher… or is there?!  A teacher in fancy dress perhaps? Halloween inspired us this week to think about what our teachers should wear…

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26Sep 16

Hello from your new Chaplain

Hello, my name is Kat Timms, I am the Chaplain at Kingsley School; a phrase I am still getting used to saying. I hope that you have got over the…

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14Sep 16

From Mr Knight

Last month I travelled to Hong Kong for two very important functions for Kingsley School: - manage the A Level and GCSE Examination Results for our HK pupils; and, -…

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