News at King's College School

23rd March 2017
Last week, we welcomed Hollie Webb MBE as the guest speaker at the Girls’ Sports Awards in which we celebrated the success the King's girls have had this year in hockey and netball. 142 matches have been played in the last two terms, where the girls have won 101 and drawn 6. We have had two hockey...
15th March 2017
Last Sunday, the senior 7s squad won the plate competition at the Worth Abbey tournament. After losing their first two fixtures, the boys suddenly found their rhythm and energy, marching all the way to the plate final defeating Campion, Ardingley and Seaford where they were matched up against...
15th March 2017
Yesterday morning, Andrew Halls spoke about his introduction of empathy lessons to King's on The Kaye Adams Programme for BBC Radio Scotland.  The clip, which lasts for approximately 15 minutes, can be found here (beginning at 2:07:10).  Read more about Mr Halls's views on empathy...
13th March 2017
The below article was published in the Wimbledon Guardian on 9th March 2017.  A private school in Wimbledon is offering ‘empathy lessons’ to pupils to help counteract the modern technology obsession. The head teacher of King's College School, Andrew Halls, said he thinks it is...
10th March 2017
Today (10th March) marks the start of British Science Week - a programme of science, technology, engineering and maths events and activities across the UK for people of all ages. We spoke to astrophysicist Dr Jonathan McDowell (OK 1977) about his work operating NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory...
7th March 2017
An outstanding final of the John Evans String Prize took place on 28th February at 6pm in the Great Hall, adjudicated by Miranda Francis, Director of the Royal College of Music Junior Department. Ten finalists performed with impressive authority, accompanied by Director of Music Mr Phillips....


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