Knightsbridge School has Got Talent Final 2019

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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.

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Kindness Detectives for Children's Mental Health Week

(Whole School Yoga Session run by ‘Happy at Heart Yoga’ 08/02/19)

(Whole School Yoga Session run by ‘Happy at Heart Yoga’ 08/02/19)

Last week pupils took on the roles of kindness detectives to raise awareness for Children’s Mental Health Week. Each child in the school was given the name of someone in their class and embarked on a secret mission to do something kind for that person during the course of the week.

Acts of kindness included helping their classmates tidy their lockers and carry their bags as well as sharing pencils and helping each other in class. But it was not just the children who took part, as school staff also got involved in the week-long incentive too. Staff received letters of encouragement on their desks, had their favourite sandwiches bought at lunch and some even received bunches of flowers.

Other activities throughout the week included dress as an emotion day, exercise sessions and a brilliant parent talk from Place2Be outlining the effects of social media on mental health. KS is proud to have been the first Independent Private Day School to implement Place2Be onsite – the leading national children’s mental health charity.

On Friday the whole school participated in a yoga and wellness session, run by ‘Happy at Heart’ yoga to round off a successful week which left smiles on all the pupils faces!

Members of KS Choir record at the Guards Chapel

On Thursday, seven pupils went to the Guard's Chapel to take part in a recording of a piece of music written for the centenary of the end of World War I by Major Simon Haw. They travelled by tube and had a great time in the studio.  The children were hugely professional and very proud to take part in the event.  They celebrated their success with a hot chocolate at the end! 

KS Senior Choir Records at Abbey Road Studios

The children went to Abbey Road to record the world premiere of ‘Believe’ by Major Simon Haw along with the Commonwealth Choir.  It is a rousing, inspiring song about visualising and reaching for your dreams, and entirely appropriate for all children.  The recording session was gruelling, but the children really did KS proud.  They were outstanding ambassadors and the final product is going to be simply breath-taking. 

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