Skip to content ↓

Latest News

Page 1

  • Modern Foreign Language (MFL) students

    Published 13/05/22

    The MFL teachers and speaking assistants would like to congratulate all students who’ve completed their speaking exams, either at GCSE or A-Level, over the past few days. Students have worked extremely hard and we are very proud of how they approached these exams.

    Read More
  • Queen's Jubilee Celebrations at KSHS

    Published 13/05/22

    Student Jubilee Baking Competition 

    Read More
  • Duke of Edinburgh

    Published 13/05/22

    On 7 and 8 May, 66 Year 9 KSHS students went to Sherwood Forest area to complete their Bronze Assessed Expedition for their Duke of Edinburgh Award. 

    Read More
  • Library News - Carnegie Shadowing Book Club

    Published 13/05/22

    The CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Children's Book Awards

    Read More
  • Library News

    Published 13/05/22

    The return of the Tri School Kid Lit Quiz

    Read More
  • Library News - Returning of Textbooks

    Published 13/05/22

    As our Year 11 and 13 students make final preparations for their exams, it is important that they remember to return all their borrowed textbooks and library books by the time of their final exam, or sooner if they are no longer required.

    • All students have received an individual email reminder of their loans
    • During exam season there will be clearly labelled boxes in the foyer where books can be deposited
    • Books can also be returned to the library in person - Year 13 students who have paid a deposit will need to dothis to secure their refund. 
    Read More
  • Junior Mathematical Challenge

    Published 13/05/22

    The Junior Mathematical Challenge is a 60-minute, multiple-choice competition aimed at students across the UK. It encourages mathematical reasoning, precision of thought, and fluency in using basic mathematical techniques to solve interesting problems. The problems on the Junior Mathematical Challenge are designed to make students think. Most are accessible, yet still challenge those with more experience. 

    Read More
  • Wellbeing for All - Exam Pressure

    Published 13/05/22

    Dealing with exam pressure.

    We know that many young people might find the lead up to formal examinations an anxious time. This is perfectly normal and in this article, we give some top tips and hints on how to manage these thoughts and feelings.

    Read More
  • Student Success - National Judo

    Published 13/05/22

    Congratulations to Hattie 8L who competed in the British National Judo Championships and won the Gold medal!

    Read More
  • Get to school safely

    Published 28/04/22

    Last week we were joined in our KS3 and KS4 assemblies by Delphine Norton, the Max Respect Officer for Lincolnshire County Council, who came to talk to our students about the importance of travelling to and from school safely. 

    Read More
  • GCSE, BTEC and A Level Summer Examinations and Covid

    Published 28/04/22

    This term is all about making sure our Year 11 and 13 students feel as well-prepared for their summer exams as possible with support for revision and wellbeing  during the final push.

    After months of prompting from schools the Department for Education has this week provided more clarity around what happens if students in Years 11 or 13 are unwell with Covid symptoms during the summer external examination period. Information can be found here Everything you need to know about Covid measures during exams this summer - The Education Hub (blog.gov.uk). Further information will be shared directly with parents of Year 11 and 13 students in the next week or so.

    Read More
  • Wellbeing for All

    Published 28/04/22

    This term we are focusing on the concept of ‘Accept Who you Are’ and in Wellbeing Wednesday tutors will be exploring the concept of self-efficacy and how we can make positive changes to enhance our wellbeing.

    Read More

Page 1

News Feeds

You can subscribe to a feed of the latest news items, using the link below. Subscribing to this news feed is free and will keep you up-to-date with the latest news stories that have been posted.To subscribe, simply right-click on the link below, click "copy shortcut" and then paste the URL into your feed reader software.

Subscribe via RSS (Latest News)