Over the last few years King’s College Alicante have built a relationship with a local animal charity based near Novelda. This animal centre dedicate their time to rescuing and rehoming dogs. Four special dogs and some volunteers from the centre came into school and spoke with us about their wonderful work. Pupils from Reception to…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!
Walking the plank, digging for treasure and sword fighting are just a few of the fun activities our nursery pupils got involved with during Nursery Pirate Day. All of these pirate themed activities are planned to help our youngest pupils develop a broad range of skills which are developed throughout the Early Years setting.
King’s Group is delighted to confirm that we will be opening the eighth school in our Group in September 2017. King’s College, The British School of Latvia will be located in the Saliena development in the Babites area of Riga, Latvia’s capital city. King’s College Latvia will be the first school in the country…Details
Our annual Summer concert took place last Friday, 13th May and was very well attended by parents and teachers. Pupils from both Primary and Secondary took part in the concert that was themed “Music from the Movies”. It was a wonderfully warm evening and a real pleasure to listen to the very talented Choirs and…Details
During the weekend of 29th April to 2nd May, the 3rd Spanish Schools Chess Teams Championship Sub 12 was held in Buitrago de Lozoya, Madrid. 33 School Chess Teams from different parts of Spain took part in this Championship. The team from King’s College Alicante was made up of the following pupils Carlos V., Yang…Details
On the 30th of April our Football Optional Activity Team beat Sacramento School 5-3.This victory allows them to be classified as one of the best 16 teams, 5 a side Sub 10, in the Alicante Inter Schools Football League. The Inter School League 2015-2016 started in October with 48 School Teams, and now there are…Details
Year 4 had a fantastic trip to Font Roja. We enjoyed looking at an exhibition of wildlife photographs and watched a short film about the Font Roja area. Luckily, the weather stayed dry and we were able to walk around the park and see the different kinds of trees and plants. The monitors knew lots…Details
Science, art and design were celebrated from Nursery to Year 6 in our very first “Da Vinci Day.” The event was held on Leonardo´s birthday and included a range of events, such as science assemblies, flying machines and nature observations. Pupils learnt about the history of art, with each year group creating pieces inspired by…Details
Year 6 have been studying architecture and have used their skills and knowledge to create their own models. Having explored the features of both classical and modern designs, pupils thought carefully about the purpose, beauty and durability of their creations. Many weeks of hard work culminated in a stunning exhibition, enjoyed by visiting pupils, parents…Details
On Saturday 24th April some of the girls enrolled in Ballet as an Optional Activity travelled to Valencia with our Ballet teacher to participate in the 7th Musical Sketch National Contest Blaumar. The girls put on a wonderful performance, they received a warm applause from the audience and came back home with the award for…Details