Raising awareness of Angelman Syndrome

Disney, the makers of the new Star Wars movie, have made a promotional video to raise awareness of this little known condition.

Please take a moment to watch this video to learn a bit more about the condition.



Congratulations to Rian Kelly (Year 9) for swimming medal.

Our congratulations go to Rian Kelly (Year 9) who won gold in a recent swimming competition representing Tamworth.

Kingsbury raises over £1,000 for Children in Need

On Friday 18th November the whole school supported Children in Need with various fundraising activities.

In addition to pupils wearing their own clothes in return for a donation there were cake sales, an opportunity to throw wet sponges at a teacher, and guess the name of the bear to name but three.  In total we raised over £1,000 for this worthwhile cause.

In addition, Mr Field (Science teacher, head of year 11 and head of Polaris house) and Mr Leach (Head of Science) agreed that if the school raised over £1,000 they would shave their heads.  During lunchtime today (25 November 2016) students could raise further money for Children in Need by paying £1.00 to watch them have their head shaved.

Well done to all students and staff for this fantastic effort and particularly to Mr Field and Mr Leach.


Thank you for coming to our Sixth Form Open Evening.

Thank you to all those prospective students and parents who attended our open evening on 24th November.

We had a fantastic turn out.  We hope you agree it was very informative and will help in your decision making.  We hope that you feel Kingsbury Sixth Form is the place for the next step in your academic journey.

If you were unable to attend the open evening the attached information may be of assistance.


If you require any further information or an informal chat/tour of our facilities please do not hesitate to contact Miss Brown via the school office or brown.s52@welearn365.com.





Congratulations go to cross country runners at recent competition.

Congratulations to James Stretton, Katie Stretton and James Oakley.

All three are congratulated for qualifying for the Schools Inter County XC against Surrey, Cheshire, West Midlands, Shropshire and Staffordshire.

James Stretton came 20th, James Oakley came 29th and Katie Stretton 61st out of a large number of pupils.

Well done from the PE department.



Year 9 – Harvey Smith- continues to excel at chosen sport of Powerboat Racing

As a school, Kingsbury is always keen to hear about achievements of our students outside school.

For sometime now Harvey Smith (Year 9) has been celebrating success in his chosen sport of Powerboat racing.  Recently he has had some excellent results in races both in the UK and abroad.  Over the last few weeks he has competed in Norway (finishing 1st overall), Chasewater (finishing 3rd overall), and the Estonia (finishing 7th overall).  Racing at this level is extremely competitive and requires dedication and commitment.

You can follow Harvey on face book – Facebook.com/Harvey smith racing

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More success for Year 7 Footballers

The year 7 boys football team is keeping up with the success of the girls team with a semi-final win last week.

The tournament was held at Ash green School.

The boys won the semi-final tournament, and are now in the finals that will take place next week at Nicholas Chamberlain School.

Not only did they play great football, but they were also exemplary in their behaviour and attitude as well.

Special mention to Bertie Brown who was Captain and led from the front, but well done to all of the lads who were involved representing Kingsbury School for the first time. We’re very proud of you.


Children in Need 2016

This year Children in Need will be on 18th November 2016.

We will be having a non-uniform day along with other fundraising activities.  Staff and students can wear their own clothes for the day in return for a suggested donation of £1.00.