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News Archive

Art in lockdown: creativity in confinement

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Head of Art, Mrs Sylvester, breaks down the challenges and rewards of bringing Art lessons online. What Art projects are different year groups working on right now? Online learning has proved quite a challenge for the Art Department (that’s me!). Art is all about shared experience, creative thinking, discussion, making and analysis, which results in More »

Pens at the ready: handwriting competition launched

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As we move towards a full three months of lockdown in the UK, and with pupils still undertaking their schooling digitally, Junior King’s has launched a competition to get pupils dusting off their pens and stepping away from their keyboards. This week, the prep school is running a handwriting competition to help keep pupils match More »

Interview with Matthew Stonier (OJKS): English Schools’ Cross Country Champion

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Last Saturday should have been our annual Sports Dinner, an evening where we thank our Upper School pupils for their contributions to sporting life at Junior King’s. As well as enjoying a delicious dinner, our senior sportspeople would have had the chance to hear from a speaker, usually a figure in the sporting community who More »

Interview with the catering team: cooking for key worker children

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At Junior King’s we are lucky to have a very talented team providing healthy, varied and delicious meals for day and boarding pupils. Lunch is certainly a big highlight of Junior King’s life! Although the bustling dining room may be a lot quieter than usual, Executive Chef Ross and Chef Manager Paul have been hard More »

Jasper and Rufus sleep out for Porchlight

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We were thrilled to hear about a recent challenge undertaken by Jasper (Year 7) and Rufus (Year 6), along with their older brother Stanley (OJKS), to raise money for local charity Porchlight, which supports homeless and vulnerable people in Kent. The challenge was part of an annual fundraiser at Stanley’s senior school to build cardboard More »

PSHE in lockdown: supporting our pupils

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Mr Wilson breaks down how PSHE has been adapted to best serve our pupils in the current situation and how it play a key part in our online education provision. How will PSHE lessons work now that we can’t be together in school? PSHE is increasingly vital in supporting our pupils with managing the disruption, More »