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  • Kingston Diary - The iGen

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    KGS Staff

    The clocks have gone back, the nights are drawing in and I now have to leave the house five minutes earlier in the morning to de-frost my car before coming to school. The winter season is just around the corner! Given that it gets dark so early these days, there is nothing I like more at the...

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  • Kingston Diary - A much needed change

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    KGS Staff

    There are many reasons to speculate on why this might be the case; one of those reasons could be that more recently the Government placed more emphasis on the Sciences and STEM based subjects with the chancellor

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  • Kingston Diary - "Ac Laetari" part 2

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    KGS Staff

     The United Kingdom was surpassed by countries such as New Zealand, Norway, Ireland, Australia and Costa Rica. “What makes those countries better than ours?!” most of my students asked when I used this as a resource in a recent GCSE lesson. The answer is not simple one. There are...

    Kingston Diary PSHE

  • Kingston Diary - Digital Wellbeing

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    KGS Staff

    Last week at KGS we opened our doors to prospective parents at both our 11+ Information Evening and our KGS Open Day on Saturday. Our KGS students were admirable ambassadors for our school and it is always so gratifying to see them proudly extolling our virtues, happy to be in school even on a...

    Kingston Diary PSHE

  • 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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