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  • Celebrating Christmas at the Landor Association Carol Service

    Published 05/12/18
    King’s High and Warwick Prep’s Landor Association Carol Service was a sumptuous occasion, and a celebration of Christmas for the whole community that makes up the King’s High family. There were rousing carols, poetry and readin
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  • King’s High awarded The Sunday Times West Midlands Independent Secondary School of the Year 2019!

    Published 23/11/18
    King’s High, Warwick has been named The Sunday Times West Midlands Independent Secondary School of the Year, 2019.  Richard Nicholson, Head Master of King’s High, commented: ‘I am absolutely delighted for our girls, staff an
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  • Project One Campus

    Published 20/11/18

    For the first time in the history of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, Project One Campus brings together every pupil in King’s High, Warwick Preparatory School and Warwick School on one spacious, green campus.

    The Foundation is unique in the Midlands, offering co-education for our pupils aged 3 to 7, and single-sex education from age 7 onwards. We believe that this offers the best of both worlds for our pupils: teaching specifically tailored to their needs with extensive opportunities to collaborate outside the classroom.

    Project One Campus enhances this unique educational journey, by providing world-class facilities and further opportunities for our pupils to work together.

     

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  • Festival of Ideas inspires girls to continue breaking boundaries

    Published 19/11/18
    The theme for this year’s popular Festival of Ideas was ‘Breaking Boundaries’.  Topics ranged from the Arctic to the Automotive Industry, and from Shakespeare to Sexism.  Girls enjoyed a week-long programme
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  • King’s girls support school Wellbeing programme with their own initiatives

    Published 19/11/18
    Wellbeing is taken very seriously at King’s High, as it should be.  Along with the Pastoral support system, King’s High’s Wellbeing Mentor, Emma Williams, is an experienced counsellor, who has worked extensively within the NHS
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  • King's High shortlisted - Senior School of the Year in the 2019 Tes Independent School Awards

    Published 16/11/18

    King's High is shortlisted for the Senior School of the Year in the 2019 Tes Independent School Awards.

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  • Professor Sir Jonathan Bate gives a Masterclass on Shakespeare and Life

    Published 16/11/18
    Professor Sir Jonathan Bate, Professor of English Literature at Oxford University, gave the  Inspire lecture at King’s High’s Festival of Ideas. A world-renowned Shakespeare scholar, Professor Bate co-edited The RSC Shakespeare:
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  • Careers events: girls look forward to their journey beyond King’s High

    Published 16/11/18
    The busy Careers programme continues.  The latest Careers event held in the new shared Sixth Form Centre on the Myton Road campus focused on Humanities. King’s girls and boys from Warwick School heard speakers from the New College of the H
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  • Remembering World War One

    Published 12/11/18
    An extraordinary and remarkable week commemorating the Centenary of Armistice Day ended with King’s High performing in We Will Remember at the Collegiate Church of St Mary’s, Warwick. This was the musical highlight of Warwick Poppies 2
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  • Girls create memories of King’s to take to our new King’s High School

    Published 07/11/18
    As the stunning new King's High School building rises on the Myton Road campus, girls are busy working on their own projects -  Project Aura, the Birthday Project – to preserve, in all kinds of imaginative ways, memories of the hi
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  • Independent Schools of the Year 2018 Awards

    Published 05/11/18

    King's High is shortlisted for the Independent Schools of the Year 2018 Awards

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  • Year 10 to Upper Sixth - half term Religion, Philosophy and History trip to Poland

    Published 25/10/18

    Girls from Years 10 to Upper Sixth took part in a half term Religion and Philosophy and History trip to Kraków, Poland.

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