News

16 Mar
2015

Comenius: Time and Exploration

This week forty one pupils and nine members of staff have visited us from schools in Lyon, Rome and Amsterdam on a two year project funded by the European Union called C.I.T.I.E.S. (Cities Inspire Time Investigation and Exploration of Space) for a sustainable and Lifelong Learning Europe.

09 Mar
2015

GCSE Science live! at Symphony Hall

​I know that science teachers aren’t always the coolest members of staff on the block, and we sometimes find it difficult to persuade students that Science is the most amazing, relevant and fascinating subject which can also lead to some cutting-edge careers.

02 Mar
2015

Lower Sixth Geographers Visit Tewkesbury

On Wednesday and Thursday, Lower 6th geographers visited Tewkesbury (Gloucestershire) and Ludlow in Shropshire to undertake fieldwork in preparation for their forthcoming AS examination. In Tewkesbury, the theme of the study was the impacts of the devastating 2007 floods, and girls examined the degree to which

02 Mar
2015

Ethics Matters Conference in Oxford

​On 10th February fourteen Lower 6th students studying AS Religious Studies set out to Oxford to attend a conference entitled ‘Ethics Matters’ delivered by the renowned scholar, Dr Peter Vardy. Many topics were covered such as the right to die versus the right to life; whether it is meaningful to say God is good

02 Mar
2015

Model United Nations (MUN)

​Last weekend Kitty Cattel, Shreya Anil, Ritika More, Shivali Pathak, Shruthi Rayen, Emily Harrison and Florence Goodrham took part in the Model United Nations Conference in Bath. MUN is a simulation of the United Nations (UN) conferences and is a fantastic opportunity for students to learn about international relation

02 Mar
2015

KEHS Girls Shaping Government Policy on Religion and Belief in British Public Life

​During half term, Mrs Young received a very special invitation from a Government Commissioner for A level Religious Studies students to contribute to a Government Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life. Maryam Azmat, Kitty Cattell, Sophia Chatha, Orlagh Davies, Jessica Delaney-Hall,