Year 11 School Photos

Year 11 individual and group photographs will be taken on Tuesday 7th November 2017.

Please ensure your child is wearing the correct uniform and arrives to school on time.


Etone School vs Kingsbury School Match Report

On Thursday 19th October, the Year 8s played away at Etone and were eventual winners 6-3.

By James Stretton (Year 8 Captain)

Etone School 3 – 6 Kingsbury  School

In very taxing conditions, with torrential rain, we started the match strongly, Doyle Finney scoring under the keeper followed by another three just before half time! We conceded a goal and finished the first half 4-1 up.

Starting the second half, Etone came out stronger with us displaying a bit of complacency which showed when they scored again, but then we bounced back with Billy Colman scoring a great goal with a long-shot going in the bottom left. They then scored again, worrying us slightly, but with Bertie Brown scoring for us we then cruised to victory.

Well done to the Year 8s, lets repeat this again next time with a good result lads.

Finally thank you to Mr. Bal for coaching us to the win and Mr. Matthews for refereeing the match.

 The  Team: Louis Boyce, Harry Dorkins, Toby Hulland, Ethan Birch, Doyle Finney, James Stretton (CAPT), Owen Scarborough, Oliver Broadmore, Bertie Brown, Jude McDonald, Billy Colman, Lewis Collins, Kieron Wright, Will Vernon.

 Goal Scorers: Doyle Finney x4. Billy Colman x1. Bertie Brownx1.



Year 7 Whitemoor Lakes Assembly

Following a very successful residential trip to Whitemoor Lakes in September we held our follow up assembly on Monday 16th October.


School Council Meetings

Our newly formed school council has been meeting this week for the first time.

Pictured below are Head Girl (Abbie Powell) and Young Leader (Emily Landon) with representatives of year 7 who were voted for by their tutor groups to represent them on the school council.


Announcing our school council members

We are pleased to announce the formation of the School Council for 2017/18

Congratulations to the students detailed in the attached sheet who will represent their tutor group this year on the School Council.

Year 7

Tutor Representatives
7SMT Leah Tancred

Charlie Parry.

7MSN Brooke Rowe

Christopher Dearlove

Deputies: Aiden Arnold & Megan Powell

7 MRT Harry Porter

Niamh Clifford

7 STR Murray Boulton

Cristina Andronic

Deputies:  2nd- James Beasley, Keira Palmer

3rd Joshua Ouston, Macie Spencer

7 BRO Isabelle Woodhall

Noah Warrender

7 BIB Alfie Lander

Abigail Bickerton -Brown


Year 8

Tutor Representatives
8 TAY Owen Scarborough

Ellie-Mai Tonnero

8 FAR Amy Watkin

Charlie Mackay

8 DAC Jessica Birch

Ethan Birch

8 MAL Natasha Johnston

Harry Dorkins

8 BAL William Moore

Lottie Rix

8 BEN Freya Hancox

Michael Roberts


Year 9

Tutor Representatives
9 LIT Libby Porter

Joseph Hope

Deputies: Holly Bridge & George Best

9 HEN/CAP Owen Brownhill

Aimee Cook

9 MUN Maddie Knight

Jonathan Oakley

9 REA Rhiannon Dowding
9 SDL Jessica Bayliss

Jack Champion

9 COP Abigail Cole

Matthew Hargreaves

Year 10

Tutor Representatives
10 SEP Alanis Arnold

Tarron Aston

10 COU George Sheppard

George Anstiss

10 NOV
10 PLM Jack Ellen

Lois Evans

10 STH
10 WAE Lewis Hastilow

Taylor-Jane Reynolds


Year 11

Tutor Representatives
11 WID Ellie Lyndon

Timothy Nesbitt

11 CRE Sophie Freeman

Hollie Slade-Godefroy

11 LEA Harry Matthews

Katrina Chipman

11 COE Daniel Dolan

Taylor Lunn

11 SEV Jasmine Jackson




The Football Challenge by Mr Cope

Mr Cope, Mr Field and two others will be embarking on their annual football challenge on the 26th October 2017 in order to raise money for the Teenage

The aim is to visit all Premier League and Championship grounds within the space of 36 hours. All details can be found on the justgiving page and any donations will be greatly received.



Year 11 GCSE play – an opportunity to watch a GCSE Drama performance.

"Missing Dan Nolan" is a Year 11 GCSE Verbatim play based on the real life story of missing school boy Dan Nolan.

Dan and three of his friends went night fishing in a small village on the outskirts of Southampton but only three of them returned home. 21 months later Dan’s trainer was found in a field almost 60 miles away from where he was last seen. This play explores the evening of his disappearance and the effects it had on those close to him.  

Missing Dan Nolan will be performed on the evenings of Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th December with tickets priced at £4 adults, £3 concession and £2 for students. Tickets can be purchased from reception.





Schoolgateway Update

When accessing schoolgateway to pay for dinner money/trips/music etc please use the "Old Kingsbury" account. Further information will following.