School News

 

Catch up with all the news and events at Kingsley School…… 

Why do we need to waste food?

Why do we need to waste food?

In UK homes £12.5 billion worth of food that could have been eaten is thrown away every year. This equates to a national average of £700/year for families with children, £60/month. Wasting food is not only an issue in our homes but also in schools. At Kingsley, we...

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Christmas Crafts for Boarders

Christmas Crafts for Boarders

This weekend, Kingsley boarders were treated to a special Christmas Craft Day with Headteacher Mrs Jackson, Mrs Whaley and Valeria. The group went to the school woods armed with gardening gloves and snips to choose foliage to make their own Christmas wreaths before...

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Blue Peter badges for Kirsty

Blue Peter badges are coveted items! There are six different badges that are available for different achievements. Kirsty has been awarded three Blue Peter badges in the last few months and here she tells us more about what she had to do to get them. [video...

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Headteachers Update – 13th November 2020

Headteachers Update – 13th November 2020

What a roller coaster of a week at Kingsley, going from Remembrance to Children in Need, with our incredible public speaking competition in between. During our remembrance assembly on Wednesday, I spoke about my great uncle who was killed during the Battle of the...

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National Anti-Bullying Week 2020

National Anti-Bullying Week 2020

Next week is National Anti-Bullying Week 2020 and the theme this year is United Against Bullying. But for us at Kingsley, every week is an anti-bullying week. Of course, that does not mean we will never have pupils who feel frightened; in any large community,...

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Headteacher Update

Headteacher Update

  6/11/20 Dear Parents, It does feel like we have gone full circle, and after a brief period of new “normality” we are back in a lock down situation. I am very relieved that the area around the school continues to be one of the lowest areas of Covid infection in...

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2020 GCSE Results Day – happy smiles at Kingsley

2020 GCSE Results Day – happy smiles at Kingsley

Kingsley students are celebrating their GCSE results today after an extraordinary year. With 100% pass rate and some exceptional individual successes, students have achieved their potential, despite the pandemic. Drama was the best performing subject this year with...

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Message from Mrs Jackson

I’m writing to you at the end of another week of lock down, and I know that many families are finding the current conditions very difficult.  Please be assured that we are doing everything we can to ensure that the school provides support to your children through...

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Message from Mrs Jackson

Message from Mrs Jackson

I’m writing to send you my best wishes at the end of a very different half term at Kingsley School. Thinking back to where we were at the end of the previous half term in March who would have believed that so much could change. You may have seen the post on the...

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