We were pleased to welcome our new Y7s yesterday. They will be joining us in September however this Wednesday and Thursday play a key part of our extensive transition programme that runs through Y6 and throughout Y7.
At Kingsmead we believe that students who look smart and take pride in their appearance also take pride in their work and their school community.
In hope to raise awareness for mental health this week, Mrs. Sharples and Mrs. Pritchard arranged a ‘giving back’ activity at break time for both Year 12 and 13 students.
As we have done for many years, students have been taking part in the YTF scheme, with a reading group meeting every Wednesday to share books published in 2016.
Recent letters home and a revision programme are available in the Year 11 letters section of the website and in the attachments of this news item.
These include a slide show explaining the rules and expectations during the exam period as well as information about the prom.
Click on the link...
For more information please contact Mrs Harrison in the Learning Centre...
Year 11 Easter School runs across a number of days. Although Saturday school is closed for Easter there are many sessions on through the week to support our Y11. Y11s have a yellow diary with all the dates in. The attachment here also lists what's on.
Click on the PDF for April's questions...
Students have been getting into the Easter Spirit and using their creative skills in an inter-house competition. Students were given the task of designing and creating the best ‘Egg’ themed product.
Kingsmead is going cashless. From 24th April all payments should be made via Parentpay this includes trips, ties, planners and stationery.
Following tutor qualifying rounds and house assemblies, the finalists of the great Kingsmead bake off locked horns in a thrilling competition on Wednesday. Previous rounds had students baking cupcakes of any variety with a wide range of interesting flavours and colours chosen.