We are delighted to inform our parents at King’s College Alicante that we have now opened our third Nursery classroom. At KCA we pride ourselves with the good quality Early Years provision we offer, believing that a good start to your child’s education is incredibly important for language development and academic progress. Due to popular…Details
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Year 4 Newspaper Reports - Talk for Writing in Action!
Times Tables Rockstars!
House Games Competition
House Team Games
Since designing shields for their teams in October, the feeling of House team spirit has been growing and last week saw pupils in KS2 taking part in a House Team Games competition. Year 3 and 4 pupils in their teams of Earth, Wind, Fire and Water competed against each other at Dodgeball. In Year 5, the pupils enjoyed what turned out to be a one-day international style Kwik Cricket day and Year 6 had great fun playing Caterpillar Rounders.
Pupils have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to take part in a House team game event and learned the importance of collaboration and teamwork. It was fantastic to see pupils encouraging each other when the chips were down and celebrating wins in a respectful manner. The House team winner for this event was Fire so congratulations to all of them. There will be more House events next term including a Spelling Bee competition and House Rap competition.
Eco Warriors Greener and Meaner Than Ever!
KCA Eco Warriors leave no room unchecked!
This month the KCA Eco Warriors have been out and about, visiting classes to see if they are being Eco friendly. Now that the colder months have set in, the Warriors are looking out for radiators which are on at the same time as windows being open. They continue to check if projectors have been kept on whilst everyone is out of class as well as lights, recycling evidence and faulty taps.
In addition to the Eco walks, KCA School Council carries out its recycling walks on a Thursday afternoon each week. Councillors bring their paper recycling bags and walk down with Mrs Gandhi to the paper recycling bins. Not only do they have bags and bags of paper to recycle but they also bring down any plastic recycling!
This year the KCA Primary Council is greener and meaner when it comes to plastic pollution and paper waste!
Year 2 Class Assemblies are a Class Act!
KCA children explore the sky at night!
The Planetarium Comes to KCA
On 19th November, children from Reception and Year 2 classes had an amazing opportunity to get close to the stars, planets, moon and milky way as they crawled on all fours into a giant inflated planetarium. Once inside the dome planetarium, children were able to see the night skies and learned about some of the constellations. They were given an insight into the other planets in our solar system. This experience has provided the children with a great stimulus for discussion about the topic of Space and subsequent writing which they will do as part of their English lessons.
Early Years Foundation Stage
Primary go "Around the World"
It's a Small World
They reported that "Overall - classes are doing really well."
Well done Eco Warriors!
At the start of each school year children from Year 2 to 6 choose representatives from their class to join the Primary School Council. The School Council is coordinated by Mrs Gandhi but the ideas, inspiration and drive come from the pupils within the group. The group meet monthly and various items feature on…Details
AT King’s College Alicante we have boiled down all of our school rules into just three very important words “READY, RESPECTFUL and SAFE”. All pupils have been discussing what these words mean, how they can use these words to help them in school and what their behaviour may look like when they are ready, respectful…Details
Over the summer work took place to extend our Primary library, we are delighted with the result! We now have a fantastic space for reading and learning. With the help of Sra Sanchez, our super librarian we are creating a wonderfully organised library. All KS2 pupils will have a chance to visit the library and…Details
In June many of our Year 4, 5 and 6 pupils enjoyed taking part in residential trips. These residentials are a fun way for our pupils to end the school year, but are also an important part of helping our students develop further skills. These trips promote and encourage children to connect with the outdoors,…Details
Year 6 put on a fantastic Graduation Assembly with a variety of wonderful performances including singing, dancing, gymnastics drama and performance poetry. Many parents and teachers watched with great pride remembering how these pupils have developed and grown in ability and confidence during their time in Primary. We wish them all the very best as…Details
We congratulated our Year 2 pupils as they complete their time in Key Stage 1. The pupils put on a great performance of English, Spanish and Valencian songs. The children all looked so grown up as they proudly congregated outside to throw their mortarboards in the air, they were congratulated by parents and teachers. Well…Details
This is the last term of the academic year and our Optional Activities Pupils have been very busy participating in many different events and activities. Some of the girls enrolled in Ballet performed during the May Fair and some others played their instruments on the stage. In this event we had a fantastic Judo exhibition…Details
Paul Cookson, a British author came to visit pupils from Year 1 to Year 7. Throughout the day Paul entertained our pupils with his lighthearted poems. As he strummed on his ukulele the children were encouraged to join in. Children and teachers enjoyed the day which was full of laughter and rhyme. Many pupils bought…Details