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  • 'A Triumph' - Read about King's High and our amazing girls in Tatler Schools Guide 2021

    Published 15/09/20
    Tatler visited King’s High the day ‘The Spirit of King’s’ sculpture was unveiled.  Following King’s High’s entry in the Tatler Schools Guide 2020, they wanted to see the new school building, and spent the day
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  • Wellbeing Week

    Published 18/06/21
    King's High Wellbeing Week 21-25 June 2021 Wellbeing is at the heart of all we do at King's and this week we have a wonderful programme of events lined up as part of our dedicated Wellbeing Week, with talks and workshops for our students,
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  • Physics: Lab to Life

    Published 18/06/21
    On Thursday 24 June we are excited to be hosting a series of sessions run by Oxford University Physics department as part of a full day ‘Lab to Life’ event. Students will explore the role of Physics in a vast range of careers an
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  • From Metallurgist to Feminine Confidence Alchemist

    Published 18/06/21
    Old girl Dr Anne Whitehouse (KHS 1980-1987) epitomises the classic King’s High success story. A first class honours degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge was followed by a PhD and postdoctoral work, before she was appointed to a lectureship
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  • Back in the great outdoors with Duke of Edinburgh award scheme

    Published 16/06/21
    It has been very good to get back outside for Duke of Edinburgh practice expeditions.   Working within guidelines – such as more localised routes -  eighty Year 10 pupils undertook Bronze training, while forty-four pupils worked
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  • Foundation connections: our mentoring scheme for former pupils

    Published 16/06/21
    A new networking platform, Warwick Foundation Connect, has been launched to bring together the communities of our schools online.  The aim is to connect parents of current and former pupils, alumni, staff and friends across our family of schools
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  • From Mummification to the Chemistry of Copper

    Published 16/06/21
    There are so many exciting initiatives taking place in Chemistry at King’s High at the moment! Students in Year 8 are doing a cross-curricular project with Classics, studying how the Egyptians used Chemistry. We have called the lessons &lsqu
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  • Library named Cozad Neuger Library, after generous benefactors

    Published 14/06/21
    Phillip Rothwell, Foundation Director of Development, reports: ‘The King’s High school library was officially named in honour of generous benefactors Win and Christie Cozad Neuger. The library was named in recognition of a generous gif
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  • Careers Event at King's High

    Published 11/06/21
    There has been a wealth of opportunities on offer throughout the Careers Event at King’s High this week.  Our pupils have discussed employability and transferable skills, heard about the ups and
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  • Environmental Initiatives

    Published 09/06/21
    King's High students have long been passionate about the environment and their active involvement in our environment focused societies - Environment Action Today, Wildlife Conservation and Sustainability society, Geography club - i
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  • Curriculum of the Future Voice Group

    Published 09/06/21
    Our Curriculum of the Future student voice group at King’s High met for the first time this week, discussing questions such as: What do you think will be different about the world into which you will graduate in 5, 10, or 20 years&
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  • Northgate Organ Scholarship

    Published 07/06/21
    We are delighted to invite King’s High students in Year 11 and external candidates in their final year of their GCSE course who have registered to join the Sixth Form at King’s, to apply for the Northgate Organ Scholarship. The school&rsq
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