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  • Lessons in Lego

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    KGS Staff

    Kingston Grammar School Deputy Head, Mr Will Cooper, discusses the benefits of playing with Lego.

    With The Lego Movie 2 about to hit the big screen, I’m reminded of that classic parent-child exchange from the...

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  • Kingston Diary - Welcoming back Alumni

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    KGS Staff

    On Thursday evening, the School will welcome one of its most celebrated alumni, playwright and novelist, Michael Frayn back to the school as he officially unveils the “Michael Frayn Theatre”. Mr Frayn is perhaps best known as the author of the farce Noises...

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  • Kingston Diary - At Full Throttle

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    KGS Staff

    Pupils and staff are still operating at full throttle, both in and out of the classroom. Last week particular highlights included a fantastic Sixth Form theatre trip to see Hamlet, the Kids Lit Quiz for junior pupils, the pastoral collapse morning for...

    Drama Kingston Diary PSHE

  • Kingston Diary - What does the future hold?

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    KGS Staff

    The votes have been counted and the results are in. In the KGS European Referendum, turnout was 60% with 78% voting for Remain and 20% for Leave (with 2% of spoilt ballot papers). As we now know, the KGS vote was not reflective of the country at large. The Prime Minister has confirmed that the...

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  • Kingston Diary - Exam season

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    KGS Staff

    "Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be too late!" Not just one of the opening lines from Lewis Carroll’s book, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, but also my concern for much of the last week, which has been a particularly hectic one and where I could have done with just a little bit more time! The pace...

    Drama Sixth Form GCSE A Level