Announcement regarding Erudition Schools Trust


As you know, Kingsbury School became an Academy as part of the Erudition Schools Trust (EST) in March this year.

You may also be aware that EST is backed by a company called K12, based in the US. Unfortunately K12 has informed EST and the board of governors of their intention to withdraw from their arrangement to host EST next year.

Although this decision is unexpected we are confident that, working in conjunction with EST, the Department for Education (DFE) and Warwickshire County Council (WCC), we will be able to identify a similar academy support structure and ensure a smooth transition over the next few months.  We would like to reassure you that during this process there will be no impact upon your children or on the school’s funding and the day-to-day operation of the school will not be affected.

Please be assured that we will be keeping our staff and parents fully informed throughout the process. If you have any concerns please don’t hesitate to contact school.

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House Captains, Head Boy and Head Girl announced for 2015/16.


We are extremely proud to announce our first set of House Captains and the appointment of Head Boy and Girl for 2015/16.

 

The following students have been chosen to represent the School and our new Houses for 2015/16;

Head Boy – Carl Evans

Head Girl – Lauren Tongue

Deputy Head Boy – Lewis Dougan

Deputy Head Girl – Amy Edwards

House Captains – Tammie Dowie, Connor Slowley (Capella), Todd Dougan, Skye Walker-Smith (Polaris), Michael Roe, Lola Appleby (Vega)

Progress Mentors – Will Moody, Chloe Wale, Anna Lownds, Mollie Hewish, Steven Pentinakos, Rachel Burnham

 

 

 

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Year 7 residential trip to Whitemoor Lakes a huge success.


Monday 21st to Wednesday 23rd September saw our annual residential trip for year 7's to Whitemoor Lakes.

During our stay at Whitemoor Lake our year 7’s showed a fantastic attitude and determination when facing a number of challenges presented to them. Their behaviour was exemplary throughout the three days spent at the residential centre. During the activities the pupils learnt valuable skills such as team work, enthusiasm and more importantly perseverance when placed in groups with pupils they have had little or no contact with. They developed their social skills making new friendships, which was the aim of the trip for the new year 7’s.

The Whitemoor Lake staff were very positive with their comments about the pupils from Kingsbury School particularly with their behaviour.

Specific pupils were awarded with certificates for enthusiasm, team work and effort, which our team leader stated that more of our pupils should have been awarded these certificates.

Again I was immensely proud of our pupils who all made it a worthwhile trip and are all a great representation of what Kingsbury School aims to promote.

Well done to all of the pupils who attended the 2015 Whitemoor Lakes trip.

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New enrichment activities starting next week


Optional enrichment activities are taking place every Wednesday after school, starting next week (w/c 28 September 2015) . Students will be issued choice booklets this week. A copy is attached below.

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Kingsbury Post 16 Consultation underway


As you are aware Kingsbury School has been delivering A level and BTEC courses since September 2014 under North Warwickshire & Hinckley College.

We are now looking to change our designated age range from 11-16 to 11-18 from September 2016 allowing us to deliver A level and BTEC provision through Kingsbury School.

Please read the consultation document and send any queries or supporting emails to admin4111@welearn365.com by Friday 6th November 2015.

Sixth Form Consultation

 

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