Rewards Day trip to Birmingham ice rink

As a treat at the end of a busy term a group of Kingsbury Students have gone to the ice rink in Birmingham today (21/12).

They have been identified by their teachers as deserving of a reward after a long and busy Autumn term. 


Christmas opening arrangements for Kingsbury Leisure Centre

Please note the Christmas opening arrangements and changes to the roller disco times due to mock exams in January.

Christmas closure notice – click here

Roller Disco notice during mock exams – click here


Note re: No.16 Bus on 22 December

We have been advised by the bus company that the 16 bus to Tamworth via Dosthill will call into school at 12.15pm tomorrow.

Sports Centre and Swimming Pool

Kingsbury Sports Centre reopens from 3.30pm - 9.00pm today for normal lessons and swimming programme.

Pathways have been cleared and gritted but Kingsbury Leisure Centre will take no responsibility for any accidents that may occur due to the current weather conditions. Please take extra care.


Congratulations to Rachel Egginton (8BEN) on dancing achievements

Rachel Egginton (8BEN) recently took part in a dance festival.

We are very proud to advise that Rachel came first with her song and dance.


Year 11 Mock Exams and Year 10/11 Cambridge National Exams 2017

Please see the information below regarding mock exams and Year 10/11 Cambridge National exams during December 2017 & Jan 2018.

Click here for timetable.

Year 11 Art Exams 12th & 13th December 2017

Year 11 Mock Exams 8th January to 16th January 2018

Year 10/11 Cambridge National Sports Studies exams 12th January 2018




Learning about Oliver in English

Mrs Essex year 8 class re-enacted Oliver as part of their English studies.

Pupils are pictured experiencing gruel as part of their hands on learning of classic literature.


Celebrating cross country success

Massive congratulations to James Stretton (8TAY) and Toby Wooton (7MSN).

Both boys ran really well on Saturday at the Schools Inter County Cross Country Championships – this included 7 counties including Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Surrey, Cumbria, Cheshire, West Midlands and Shropshire. Toby Wootton came 16th in the year 7 boys race (2nd back for Warwickshire) and James Stretton came 26th in the year 8/9 boys race and was 1st year 8 boy back for Warwickshire. It was so cold and a tough course – James said it was the hardest race he’s ever run as his age group had to run just under 4k which is much further than usual. The next race is 20th January good luck to them both.