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  • Kingston Diary - Collaboration

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    KGS Staff

    Whilst Christmas seems a distant memory, there’s no doubt that the spring term has sped past and as always it has been an intense and busy time, not least because Trial Examinations dominate the Fifth and Sixth Formers’ thoughts. Whilst our official commemoration day is always on the first...

    Kingston Diary Sixth Form

  • 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 EPQ

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    KGS Staff

    With the majority of the school engaged in examinations, the Lower Sixth took the opportunity this week to deliver their Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) presentations, as part of their Sixth Form academic enrichment programme. The Level 3 EPQ is an independent research project whereby...

    Kingston Diary Sixth Form A Level

  • 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

  • Kingston Diary - The rise of the smart phone

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    KGS Staff

    My epiphany on pens came on Monday. “Sorry Sir I can’t do the test, I have damaged the tendon in my right finger”, she said while smugly scanning her new smart phone. She knew my usual response, “write with your left hand” could not apply for a timed test. We both thought she had slipped out...

    History Sixth Form A Level