Recent News & Events

  • GCSE Results 2020

    This year, despite the highly unusual circumstances we find ourselves in, Kingshill School’s GCSE results were excellent and included some well-deserved outstanding personal achievements. Our Year 11 pupils achieved results that were broadly in line with last year, and as expected we saw a slight increase in the number of pupils who achieved 5 or more standard passes (grades 9-4), including English and Mathematics, at GCSE. Congratulations to all our Year 11 pupils, they worked very hard throughout Year 10 and their time at school during Year 11. The pupils were a credit to themselves, their parents and the school.
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  • GCSE Awards Evening

    Ex-pupils returned to celebrate their GCSE results at the annual GCSE Awards Evening. The evening saw nearly all the previous Year 11 pupils return to Cirencester Kingshill School for a memorable evening of celebration. The evening began with a speech from Miss Christine Oates, Headteacher who praised the ex-pupils describing them as a very bright year group who had worked exceptionally hard. There were also emotional speeches from Mrs Abi Biggs, the ex-pupils’ Head of Year and Mr Jeremy Morland, Head of Key Stage 4 which brought laughter to the event and was also a moving reminder of how far they’d all come.
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  • Jesus Christ Superstar Production

    A very talented group of children from Cirencester Kingshill School will perform the 1970's rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar, by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. It will be performed at the Griffin Theatre, Rendcomb College from Wednesday 10 th  to Friday 12 th  July at 7pm, with a matinee performance on Saturday 13 th  July at 2.30pm. Directed by Emily Stones, Kingshill's Head of Expressive Arts, and featuring over 100 pupils, it promises to be a highly entertaining show, featuring a number of classic rock musical numbers including “Gethsemane”, “I Don’t Know How To Love Him”, “Everything’s Alright” and “Superstar”.  
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