Child Safety: This week Year 7 and Year 8 received some important reminders about how to keep themselves safe in assembly. We discussed how important it is that students understand how EVERYONE is responsible for keeping them safe. We talked a bit about how teachers, parents and students all have different roles to play in this. […]
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‘Amazing Apprenticeships’ have released a series of podcasts to help parents to talk to their children about careers. Series 2 (8 episodes) will be launching shortly and all podcasts from series 1 can be found here: https://amazingapprenticeships.com/the-parent-perspective-podcast/
This morning we were lucky enough to welcome Anthony Glenn back! He visited Year 8 this time to help them get to grips with their study of Romeo and Juliet. We hope to provide more detail of the performance in our next newsletter but for now enjoy these pictures of Year 8 getting stuck in… […]
Well done to our six Year 9 mathematicians who competed in the follow on round of the UKMT Intermediate Challenge – the Grey Kangaroo. Anton PL, Oliver G, Rayan H and Rayan P all received a Certificate of Qualification whilst Freddie C and Becky D received a Certificate of Merit with Becky D scoring highest […]
A group of 15 students from the Eco-committee attended the climate change march in Harpenden on Monday 25th March, with the aim of raising awareness about this important issue. It was fantastic to see our young people passionately take to the streets to help the national effort of lobbying the government to reduce carbon emissions. […]
Dr Matt Pritchard visited KWS to deliver four fantastic sessions to year 7 and 8 students. The students enjoyed being shown how you can use mathematical logic to create magic! Mrs Caplin
It’s been very busy and enjoyable term of sport at school with a range of fixtures throughout. Special mention should go to a number of students that were selected for the Saracens Pathway programme after impressing in a school rugby tournament. I’d also like to congratulate the Year 9 football team in particular on a […]
Spring Concert Tickets are still available for our Spring Concert which will now take place on Wednesday 27th April at 7pm. You can buy tickets online from our website at www.kw-arts.co.uk Bugsy Malone – School Musical Our students have been working hard in rehearsals all term as well as those working to make the set and get […]
Toastmasters was a six week project that helped me to improve my speaking skills. Every week, the group would write and present their speeches. If you were not partaking in this then you would be given a role. There were many roles to take if you did not want to say your speech like: Timer […]
Another great half term for us at the library! Check out the latest issue of Book-ish, our half termly magazine to see all the things we’ve been up to, and browse just some of the hundreds of new books we have in stock, read an author interview and enter our exciting competitions. If you would […]