New SHARP system for students to confidentially report concerns.
Kingsbury School is pleased to be able to offer the SHARP system to all of our students. SHARP: Student Help Advice Reporting Page, allows young people to report incidents which occur within or outside school anonymously.
To learn more about the SHARP system or to confidentially report any concerns follow the link below which can also be found under the e-safety and safeguarding section of the school website.
Kingsbury pleased to announce Young Leadership team for 2016/17
We are thrilled to announce the appointment of our Young Leadership team for 2016/2017.
Congratulations to Amy Freeman & Grace Sheppard who will be Leaders and Keiran Harvey & Amy Saunders who will be Deputy Leaders.
Polaris House Captains will be Kate Rainsford & Callum Slowley.
Vega House Captains will be Tayler Ensor & George Ingram.
Capella House Captains will be Olivia Giffney & Sam Veal.
The following students have also been appointed as prefects;
Celebrating the success of our Duke of Edinburgh Awards students.
Congratulations to our Duke of Edinburgh participants (Amy Payne, Holly Corcoran, Kate Rainsford, Olivia Giffney, Chloe Knight, Grace Sheppard) who recently undertook their Bronze Expedition.
All 6 girls passed the expedition having been externally assessed by an accredited DofE assessor who praised them for their excellent navigation skills and exemplary teamwork.
Well done girls, a fantastic achievement by you all.
Year 9 – Amy Spruce – wins national poetry competition.
Kingsbury is proud to announce that Amy Spruce (year 9) has won a national poetry competition to commemorate the battle of the Somme in association with the national memorial arboretum.
For the school she has won a commemorative hornbeam tree and plaque (the type of tree that was the subject of the battle and the poem).
For more details please see the attached press release from the National Memorial Arboretum.
Year 7 wins at national cheerleading championship
A massive congratulations to Abbie Haden (7REA) for winning the Cheerleading National Championships this weekend at the NIA.