News & Events

  • A New Year Celebration

    Rescheduled due to heavy snowfall, our 2022 Christmas Concert became a 2023 New Year Celebration! Taking place on 16th January 2023, with our talented pupils performing some amazing music at the Church of St John Baptist, Cirencester Market Place. Click here to see all the photos from the event. Kingshill School wishes you a peaceful, happy and successful 2023!
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  • Kingshill’s 2023 School Production announced...

    Kingshill School Production for 2023 has been confirmed as musical, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. Congratulations to those pupils who auditioned and made the cast. There will also be opportunities to get involved with set design, costumes, make up, photography and lighting as the year goes on. Parents and carers, please get in touch if you feel you could help out!
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  • Charity News

    Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day at Kingshill, Thursday 15th December 2022 Thank you to those pupils who wore their Christmas jumpers and raised money for Save the Children on Thursday 15 th December 2022. We raised a fantastic £391.82. It was lovely to see so many pupils and staff take part and made for a very colourful day in school. Miss C.S.
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  • Sports Awards 2022

    Sports Awards 6th December 2022 On Tuesday 6th December 2022, The PE Faculty hosted our annual Sports Awards Evening. Over 170 awards were presented for outstanding achievement and most improved performances in school sport, contributions to sports leadership and high achievements in representative sport. Great Britain 4x Paralympic Wheelchair Basketball Athlete Clare Griffiths presented the awards in front of an audience of over 350 pupils, parents and guests. Clare spoke openly about her amazing and highly successful journey through sport, despite the adversities she has faced following an accident that left her paralysed days before her 18th birthday.
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  • GCSE Awards Evening 2022

    GCSE Awards Evening 24th November 2022 On Thursday 24th November 2022, we were delighted to welcome back our Year 11 Leavers of summer 2022, and their parents, for our Awards Evening. The local Mayor, Sabrina Dixon was our guest speaker at this event and she presented certificates, awards and prizes, including a few very special accolades in honour of particularly outstanding achievements and contributions to the school community. It was a real pleasure to welcome back our past pupils in this way and to share our reflections on their successes. Mrs Biggs, Head of Year and Mr Morland, Head of Key Stage 4, also spoke with very fond memories, of their recollections of the year group and the value they brought to the Kingshill community.
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  • GCSE Results Day 2022

    GCSE RESULTS 25 th AUGUST 2022 This year, Kingshill School’s GCSE results were excellent and included some well-deserved outstanding personal achievements. Our Year 11 pupils achieved exceptional results we saw an increase in the number of pupils who achieved 5 or more standard passes (grades 9-4), including English and Mathematics, at GCSE. The results are a true reflection of all their hard work. 92% of Year 11 pupils achieved a standard pass (grades 9-4) in GCSE English 86% of Year 11 pupils achieved a standard pass (grades 9-4) in GCSE Mathematics 93% of Year 11 pupils achieved a standard pass (grades 9-4) in GCSE Science 90% of Year 11 pupils achieved 5 or more standard passes (grades 9-4) at GCSE 83% of Year 11 pupils achieved 5 or more standard passes (grades 9-4) at GCSE, including English and Mathematics 27% of Year 11 GCSE grades were at grades 9-7 Congratulations to all our Year 11 pupils, they worked very hard throughout their time at school during Year 10 and 11, and also coped admirably with the various periods of remote learning.
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