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Meet Our Governors

Each week we will be doing a series of introductions to our dedicated Governors, all extremely busy individuals, who work tirelessly behind the scenes supporting and advising about all aspects of school life. Our second introduction is to Mrs Sue…

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GCSE Geography Field Trip

As part of the GCSE Geography course the pupils have to complete two days of compulsory fieldwork. This year Mr Whaley and Miss Cartwright took the Geographers on a two day residential to the South Coast and Slapton Ley. A…

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Netball Success

On Wednesday the senior team played their first match of the season against Shebbear. The first quarter started with Shebbear leading, but with good work, movement and shooting from Annie and Ruby in the defence  we managed to take the…

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Eden Project Visit

Year 13 biologists went to the Eden Project last week to research the adaptions of plants in dry climates. Although the trip was cut short due to the impending snow, the biologists were able to observe the plants in the biodomes. They…

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JUDO FESTIVAL

  We welcomed 182 visiting pupils from Bishop Tawton Primary, South Molton Primary, Sticklepath School, Goodleigh Primary, Woolacombe School, Bradford Primary School, Bratton/Ashleigh, Holywell and Woolsery for our Judo Skills Festival. Thank you to members of Kingsley School Judo Club…

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Milano Gym Success

Congratulations Team Kingsley on your outstanding morning on the mats at the Team Milano School's Gymnastics Competition. U9 Novice Girls Individual Merryn - Gold medal Ava - Bronze medal U9 Novice Boys Individual Eddie & Will B - joint Silver…

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Kingsley Teacher shortlisted for the i25

The national i25 Awards celebrates 25 individuals who are making a remarkable contribution to independent schools and independent education.  Shortlisted today in this coveted list is Kingsley’s Head of Mathematics, Mrs Christine Hamilton, who has been recognised for her work…

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