Claire Bacciochi Scholarships

We were delighted to host our annual tea party on Wednesday 13th February to celebrate the distribution of our Claire Bacciochi Scholarships.  This year, twelve students have applied for £500 scholarships in order to help them achieve their ambitions in the arts, sports and academia.  In order to achieve their scholarships, our students have submitted letters describing their successes, achievements and aspirations.  We are fortunate to be in a position to award these scholarships and we are grateful to the Bacciochi family for setting up the trust fund.  Well done to all of our recipients and we wish them every success with their aspirations.


Congratulations Lexi Carruthers!

Well Done Lexi Carruthers with your BMXING. World Number 6 European Number 2 British National Number 1 What a fantastic achievement!


Congratulations to Toby Wooton, James Stretton and Aedan Mason!

A fantastic achievement for Athletics competitors.

Congratulations to Toby Wooton, James Stretton and Aedan Mason (pictured below) who achieved great success at the Area Athletics Competition at Pingles Stadium, Nuneaton on Thursday 23rd May 2019.

Toby and James competed in the 1500m Junior Category (a combination of Y8s and Y9s). James was the 2nd Year 9 boy to finish and achieved 2nd place!Toby was the 1st Year 8 boy to finish and achieved 3rd place!

Aedan competed in the 800m Junior Category (a combination of Y8s and Y9s) and finished in a fantastic 1st place!

All of the boys achieved a medal and all of the staff and students of Kingbsury School are extremely proud of their athletic achievements. Congratulations Toby, James and Aedan! 


Well Done Jake – Crufts 2nd Place!

Year 9 student 2nd place at Crufts!

Well done to Jake Walsh, from all of the staff and students at Kingsbury School.

Last weekend, Jake took place in a Crufts puppy class with his Australian Shepherd puppy. They came 2nd in their class, meaning they have also qualified for Crufts 2020!

This is a fantastic achievement and we are extremely proud of Jake!


Successful BMX Season for Lexi Carruthers (Year 8)

Congratulations to Lexi Carruthers who has has completed an extremely successful BMX season!

Lexi has had amazing success in her BMX season over the last few months!

4-8th June: Lexi became the World Number 6 in Baku, Azerbaijan.

11-15th July: Lexi became European Number 2 in Sarrians, France.

14-16th September: Lexi became British Number 2 in Blackpool following a photo finish!

28th-30th September: HSBC National British BMX Series 2018 – Lexi had her last national of the year. Lexi gave it her all and as result, Lexi became the British National Number 1 for Female 12 BMX 2018.

We would like to congratulate Lexi on her outstanding achievements throughout the season. Well done Lexi!


Congratulations Toby Wooton (Year 8)

Congratulations to Toby Wooton who has achieved great success in Cross Country!

A big well done to Toby Wooton who came second in the Cross Country trials in the Junior Years 8/9 category! Toby is going through to the next round, which is the Warwickshire Inter Area Cross Country at Stratford School on Saturday 20th October. If Toby gets through this, he will go on to represent the county in December!

Congratulations Toby, all the staff and students wish you continued success in your upcoming races!


Congratulations to Lexi Carruthers year 7

Congratulations to Lexi Carruthers - Year 7 who continues to excel in her chosen sport of BMX racing.

Below is the write up from her latest competition;

Lexi and her sister qualified for the 2018 world championships and represented Great Britain over in Baku, Azerbaijan on 05-07th June 2018. Both had to get top 4 each moto to qualify through the day and then through the knock out stages to qualify for the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Final.  Both stormed through the day, and both made the Final.

Lexi raced age 12 girls and was storming through her moto’s taking the top spot in all 3 moto’s, she also went out and won her semi–final beating girls from all over the world which gave her the high hope and confidence of a podium finish or even better championship title in the final. Representing her country and this being her first world championships Lexi came away with world 6th in her final, she wanted the championship win but within a tough category of world class girls she fought her way through to 6th position, which has now placed Lexi as World 6  in female 12 category of BMX.  Lexi is over the moon with her current BMX Status and will continue to train hard to take to the big stage again in 2019 over in Belgium hoping for the World Championship title.

Lexi who is now World number 6 and currently also European Number 3 will also be attending the 2018 UEC European Championships on 13-15 July over in Sarrians,France to regain her European number 3 title and hopefully come away with a European Championship title.

All of the staff and students at Kingsbury wish Lexi continued success.


Congratulations to Amy Cook (year 9)

Well done Amy Cook for coming 2nd in the Mason Cup for Javelin.

She is waiting to find out if she has been selected for England trials. Congratulations Amy.