Kingsbury raises £649.79 for Sport Relief

Staff and students have paid £1 to wear sports wear or their own clothes to raise money for Sport relief.

There was also a cake sale and a fun football tournament held at lunch time by Year 7 won by 7REA

Results were;

7 MUN 0 – 1 7COP

7LEA 1 – 0 7LIT

7COP 0 – 3 7MOE

7REA 3 – 0 7LIT

7 MUN 0 – 0 7MOE

7 REA 3 – 0 7LEA


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Report received of Suspicious Car in Dosthill area

We have been advised of a suspicious vehicle which approached a girl at the bus stop on Dosthill High Street earlier this week (w/c 14 March 2016).

The vehicle was a blue Peugeot car with two white men inside. One of the men is described as being in his 50’s and the other in his late 20’s.  It is believed they approached the girl requesting directions and then pulled her into the car. The police have been advised.

Students are advised to be vigilant, and not to approach any vehicle that stops.  Wherever possible students are advised not to walk alone, and to report any suspicious activity to the police by calling 101 or telling someone at school.


SPORTS RELIEF 2016 – Friday 18th March 2016

Staff and students are invited to come to school dressed in sports gear in return for a voluntary donation in aid of Sports Relief.

Suggested donations are £1.00 – all proceeds will be donated to Sports Relief.


Year 8 student wins silver medal in West Midlands regional Sportshall finals.

Katie Stretton (Year 8) represented Staffordshire on 6 March 2016 in the West Midlands regional Sportshall finals and won silver medal in speed bounce!

The competition was between Staffs, Warks, Birmingham, Shropshire and Hereford & Worcs.

We are extremely proud of Katie and wish her success for the future.


Blood Brothers a Huge Success

The annual drama production of Blood Brothers took place on 3-5 March and was a huge success.

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We are collecting unwanted School Uniform.

If you have any ties or blazers that your child has grown out of or will no longer need at the end of this year 11 please can you consider donating them to school.

Apprenticeship Futures Event – Birmingham Metropolitan College

For students interested in apprenticeships after leaving school, please see the attached letter from Birmingham Metropolitan College regarding their event on 16 March 2016.


World Book Day comes to Kingsbury School

Staff, sixth formers, and year 11 students took part in World Book Day.

The sixth form came as characters from Where’s Wally? and there were also characters from the Little Miss and Mr Men series, The Cat in the Hat and The Three Musketeers.

There was a competition within year 11 for the best dressed student, won by Keavie Bissell-Smith dressed as Alice from Alice in Wonderland.


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