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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.
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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.
We have 3 theme days over the next 3 weeks in our school canteen. All of the options will be served on both Pasta King and Deli Bar areas. We will still offer the freshly made main menu as standard from our main course area.
K-Fest this year is to help raise money for Meningitis now. The evening starts at 7pm and is on Tuesday 14th March. The will be a tombola as well as a wide range of live music and performance. We look forward to hopefully seeing you there.
Saturday school is open as normal this week. We look forward to seeing students here.
Please note there will be no English members of staff this week, however will be on the 18th and 25th for GCSE revision.
A number of specific Saturday School sessions are arranged for the next few weeks to support Geography.
These will be invaluable for our Year 11 and 13 students.
Y11 Saturday School dates 10am-12pm
The Year 11s have received today a schedule for after school revision. This builds on the work already done and clearly shows students which night different subjects have their concentrated revision practice.
Over 40 exhibitors came and spoke to parents and students during the recent Futures Fayre. Over 400 visitors got a chance to see a wide range of providers and find out more about potential career routes. Big local businesses like JCB, Perkins, Bri-Stor, Francesco's, IMI-Precision and
The Kingsmead School newsletter has been published for the Spring half term. Find out about just some of the activities that students have been involved in over the last few weeks. Included are reports from two school trips: one to CERN and another to London. Also included is th
On the 2nd February year 12 and 13 Performing Arts students took to the stage to Perform extracts from three contemporary plays ‘The One’ by Vicky Jones , ‘Low Level Panic’ by Claire McIntyre and ‘Pool No Water’ by Mark Ravenhill’. These Performances