The following students passed their ABRSM exams at the end of the summer term:
• Megan Van Den Berg – Grade 4 Alto Saxophone with Merit
• Isaac Nicholls – Grade 5 Clarinet with Merit
At the start of the new academic year we have sent out a letter through parentpay. This is our primary way we send out letters as we know that these get home to our parents and can be referenced at future dates if needed. If you need any help with paren
Kingsmead students in all years have made a strong start to this new academic year. They have particularly impressed us with their willingness to try challenging work, completing flip learning before lessons by using knowledge planners without reminders and a
Kingsmead School are working on a new and exciting project with a view to setting up an Alumni and we need your help to make this possible.
Some words from our Head of School - Mrs Mincher. It was great to see our fantastic new year group settling in so quickly.
Some lovely words from one of our Year 7 Tutors - Mrs Van Den Broecke 'My first impressions of Year 7 is their resilience and politeness. Nothing has phased my tutor group, they have done exactly what is asked of them with energy and confidence.&
Wow – what an amazing first day our Year 7s have had.
We are welcoming back our students back on Tuesday 4th September 2018. We are really looking forward to seeing our previous cohorts and our brand new Year 7s.
Just to confirm:
The highest grades significantly increase as the more able get a good education at Kingsmead. Students have 'blown us away' with their achievement this year, even more so in the context of a shift to the more challenging 1-9 system.
The GCSE results are published this Thursday. This is the first year where the vast majority of exams follow the new 9-1 grading system. It has been shared widely on the news and social media that this change and the large increase in the number of exam
Kingsmead students have risen to the challenge set by the more rigorous and demanding A level exams. Despite the changes to the qualifications nationally, provisional indications are that 82% of grades