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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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  • Foundation Mentoring Scheme

    Published 26/11/20
    During the summer, a Mentoring Scheme was launched for the Class of 2020 of King’s High and Warwick School, to support them as they establish themselves in an uncertain and challenging new environment.  The scheme has proved to be extre
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  • Virtual Sport For All - King's High is running Virtual Fixtures for schools everywhere to join

    Published 24/11/20
    The sports department at King's High and Warwick Prep have devised a series of Virtual Sporting Fixtures, which they are inviting schools everywhere to join in.  Schools from Manchester, Derby, and around the Midlands have signed up so far,
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  • Prince William makes a surprise appearance in Rose's video for National Anti Bullying Week

    Published 23/11/20

    HRH Prince William joins the Diana Award video call

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  • Learning through the students' Equality Working Party

    Published 23/11/20
    The Equality Working Party was set up by students in response to Black Lives Matter.  It embraces students and staff, and their inaugural event saw Pirasha (Lower Sixth), Ivy (Year 11) and Joana (Year 9) talking abo
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  • Exciting New Team to Lead Foundation's Future

    Published 23/11/20
    The Warwick Independent Schools Foundation is delighted to announce two new appointments to guide the Midlands’ leading independent schools through the next stage of their journeys.  After an extensive recruitment process, Dr Stephen Bu
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  • Wildlife Conservation and Sustainability Society

    Published 20/11/20
    Our brand new ‘Wildlife Conservation and Sustainability Society’ has produced the first issue of their half-termly newsletter, available to download below. The team consider the dangers of microplastics on marine life, and the impact
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  • King's students support National Anti Bullying Week, from colourful socks, to discussing issues on Sky News

    Published 16/11/20
    Our students are supporting National Anti Bullying Week. As always, they have come up with a host of ideas and initiatives.  Some highlights include: Supporting Odd Socks Day by wearing socks (colourful, wacky, home-made) throughout school
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  • Festival of Ideas 'Our World'

    Published 13/11/20
    The World is a metaphor that stretches conveniently in many directions. In the first place it is our planet: a place that gets progressively smaller and more crowded as the years progress. Also, however, it is our immediate milieu, the world in which
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  • Drama students share Shakespeare around the globe

    Published 11/11/20
    The show must go on – and our Senior Drama Production was replaced with a virtual Drama Showcase week. A variety of events took place within year group ‘bubbles’, with Lower and Upper Sixth Drama students perform
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  • They shall not grow old: Remembrance Day 2020

    Published 11/11/20
    King’s High school marked Remembrance Day with a moving ceremony that was livestreamed to pupils throughout the school.  The Combined Cadet Force – one of the largest schoolgirls’ Corps in the country -
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  • Exploring science beyond the lessons at King's High

    Published 03/11/20
    Our student-run Café Scientifique have produced their latest newsletter, which you can read in full below.  Editor, Shivanshi invites us to explore the recent Mathematics/Tik Tok furore, how our laundry is affecting marine mussels, n
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