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  • Kingston Diary - Work Life Balance

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    At the beginning of the Easter term, the KGS staff INSET day was focused on well-being. As student and teacher workloads ramp up as exam season approaches, the idea of maintaining a work-life balance seems, at times, to be just a dream.

    One of the speakers, Jon Bockelmann-Evans, mooted...

    Kingston Diary PSHE Sixth Form Sport GCSE A Level

  • Kingston Diary - Challenge your thoughts

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    KGS Staff

    “Yes I Can!” At the start of the fifteenth Summer Paralympic Games, those three simple words perfectly encapsulate so much of the spirit of not just the individual athletes, but of the Paralympic movement itself. Reaction to the Channel 4 trailer has been overwhelmingly positive among both...

    Kingston Diary GCSE A Level

  • Kingston Diary - A warm welcome back

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    KGS Staff

    A warm welcome back to school to all our students, I hope you enjoyed a restful and productive summer and that you are looking forward to the challenges ahead this year. Some fantastic results have been attained at GCSE and A Level and we are delighted that 80% of graduating students achieved...

    Kingston Diary Sixth Form GCSE A Level

  • Kingston Diary - The power of art

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    KGS Staff

    I wonder whether you saw the news item recently about the 17 year old prankster who placed a pair of spectacles on the floor of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to see whether people would stop to examine them thinking that they were an art exhibit? The spectacles remained in place for a...

    Kingston Diary Art GCSE A Level

  • Kingston Diary - Exam season

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    "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