The Quiz night, hosted in St Columba’s was great fun and saw many parents connecting with new and dear friends. Mr Ben Watkins lead a successful Quiz Night that included questions about history, geography, movies, maths, and musicals. In the end, the J1 Parents won and took home the trophy, with the J2 Parents and KS Teachers coming in second and third place respectively.
Thank you so much to our incredible parents association who organised such a wonderful fundraiser for our KS community this Wednesday! Special thanks to all parents on the fundraising committee for your incredible organisation and generosity. A staggering amount of money was raised for our KS charities and Parents Association, an amazing achievement that could not have been reached without all your efforts. What an incredible evening!
The S6's have been having an amazing week on their French trip to Normandy. They have been seeing sights like Bayeux Cathedral, strolling through medieval villages and even sand sailing on the beach!
In our first week back after the Easter Break, Knightsbridge School focused on a project set out by the United Nations that looks at seventeen Global Goals they are aiming to accomplish by 2030.
These goals were divided among the year groups. Firstly, our students gathered information on their given topic to develop an understanding of the issue in order to adequately prepare them to come up with solutions that could have the potential to develop into real global change.
Well done to all for participating, it was clear to see that the future generations are excited and keen to make positive impactful change for our planet, not just during Global Goals Week but in their everyday lives as well.
As part of our Global Goals projects this week, MP Greg Hands visited Knightsbridge School on Thursday to answer some of the children’s questions on poverty and housing within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Our students came away with more knowledge on the situation and an optimistic attitude to try and encourage positive change.
Our Year 3’s melted hearts with their marvelous performance of Winnie the Pooh, showcasing their singing ,dancing and acting skills!
A fantastic evening full of talent!
What a spectacle Miss Mimi and the KSGT Crew put on for us, it will go down for many as one of the most memorable nights this year. A night full of laughter, tears and plenty of wow moments from our acts - definitely not one to be missed.
Congratulations to our twenty amazing finalists and to all those who took part and auditioned - what a fabulous thing to have been a part of.
Knightsbridge School celebrated Commonwealth Day (11/03) in central London at the Horse Guard’s Parade. Here, they sang alongside the Commonwealth Choir singing the song recorded at Abbey Road Studios 'Believe' accompanied by the Band of the Welsh Guards and conducted by Major Simon Haw.
Our Chairman, Aatif Hassan, attended a dinner at Buckingham Palace last week where he was able to discuss the Prince's Trust and other charities with Prince Charles. Following the dinner, Aatif had a meeting with the Prince of Wales’s office in St James’s Palace to build bridges and put in place an exciting Dukes Education plan and project. Watch this space!
Year 6 student Maxwell makes his debut in the heartwarming and hilarious West End Musical, School of Rock!