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Y2 visit Lucentum archaeological site
Key Stage 2 House Games a roaring success!
Children in Years 3 - 6 participated in their House games, wearing their House colours to compete in a variety of fun sports and win prizes for their House team. Earth (in green), Water (in blue), Wind (in green) and Fire (in red) all took part with a good degree of healthy competition and a large amount of shouting and cheering!
The games were: “Beat the Bucket” for Year 3, Dodgeball for Year 4, Kwik Cricket for Year 5 and Caterpillar Rounders and Duck Hunt for Year 6.
All the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and learnt some vital skills around teamwork, healthy competition and the importance of being a good winner and a good loser.
Year 1 Fire Station Trip
King’s Group joins Inspired
“After 50 years of delivering quality British education, we are delighted to have joined the Inspired community of schools that will provide multiple opportunities for development for our teachers and students. With a shared child-centred educational philosophy, this partnership with Inspired was a natural choice to support the continued growth of King’s College, as it positions the school at the forefront of not just British, but international education in multiple regions. We look forward to working with Inspired’s leading global educators for the benefit of our students and communities.”, stated Sir Roger Fry, Founder and Chairman of King’s Group.
Inspired welcomes King's College schools
Shaní Gerszenzon Press & Communications Specialist
A caveman in Year 3!
Year 5 begin their Ancient Greece topic with a visit to Athens!
Blood smoothies in Year 6 Science
Down on the farm!
Author of IHERO, Steve Skidmore, wows Alicante Pupils
Author Steve Skidmore, who wrote IHero, Code Mission and Kung Fu Kitten amongst many others, visited King’s College Alicante to do workshops with children from Year 1 to Year 6. Children were really excited as many of them have read Steve's books which they love. During the course of the day, he used children and teacher volunteers to demonstrate how to write and create imagery and atmosphere. Later in the day, he led a very special workshop for some of our gifted and talented pupils who see themselves as future authors.
Parents Participate in putting the Jigsaw pieces together at PSHEE&C Workshop.
So what is PSHEE&C? That’s what parents found out at a recent workshop that they attended at King’s College Alicante. They learned that their children receive at least one hour a week where they discuss things which may affect them personally or socially; may impact on their health, education and economy as well as develop them as citizens.
At King's College Alicante, every child from nursery to Year Six will participate in Jigsaw lessons where they will learn to be calm, as well as to develop as citizens in their class, school, home, community and the wider world. They will meditate during their Jigsaw lesson as well focusing on specific areas. There are 6 key topics or puzzles:
Being me in my world
Dreams and Goals
Each of these puzzles lasts 6 weeks. During this time, every child should be calm and listening to the speaker. Parents, who attended the workshop last week, were able to practise being calm, like their children in a PSHEE&C lesson.
Over 100 parents attended and many said that they would have liked to have experienced these lessons when they were younger. Many asked for further workshops on practical ways of helping children learn and focus.
There will be further workshops held on PSHEE&C later in the year, looking particularly at Relationships and Health Education which will be statutory in the UK from September 2019.