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2017
GCSE Results

King Charles I School are once again celebrating an outstanding set of GCSE results.

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2017
A Level Results

King Charles I School are once again celebrating an outstanding set of A Level results this summer as students collected their results on 17th August

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Year 11 Visit to Tate Britain

Year eleven GCSE Art classes went on an educational trip to the Tate Britain. As a whole, our goal was to gather resources and recreate works from the museum that link to our current focus- forces. Each person was looking into their own branch of force e.g. political/ governmental forces or natural forces.

    While at the Tate, we went around the exhibitions in search for artworks that linked to our individual branch of force. For example, I was looking for pieces that linked to forces created by society. I looked into artworks such as 'The Highest Product of Capitalism' photographed by Jo Spence. This artwork explored the lack of space for women in the work force, and this is highlighted by the handwritten sign that the woman in the photograph is holding that reads 'I'll Take (ALMOST) Any Work'. This portrays forces within society, and the way in which women were not seen to be a valuable aspect of society. Another type of force, which was conveyed through an artwork was Paule Vézelay’s Forms on Grey . This piece highlighted gravitational force and the way in which it creates a sense of balance.

 

 

 

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Once we had a substantial amount of material, we worked on putting finer and more accurate detail into each of our chosen pieces. Now in lessons we are using our knowledge of the Tate and it's artworks to help us build further and truly understand our topic- force.

Kaitlyn Green Year 11

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November 23, 2017
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The New Careers Adviser

Peter Small, Director at The YETI Ltd is the new Careers Adviser at King Charles I School.Pete is here to provide specialist, intensive support to all our students. He will help them identify a career or aspiration that suits their strengths and passions,…
November 23, 2017

Careers Fair 2017

The school successfully held its annual careers fair for Years 9, 10 and 11 on Friday 10th November. Almost 30 employers from a wide range of employment sectors, higher education, further education and apprenticeship providers set up their stalls in the…
November 23, 2017

NEC Skills Show

The Skills Show is held every year and is the nation’s largest skills and careers event helping to shape the future of a new generation, by helping young people to go further, faster in their careers. On the 16th November we took 50 excited students in Year…
November 17, 2017

Schools Membership of Music Mark

Music Mark is a national organisation and subject association which works on behalf of its members to enable high quality music education for all children and young people. Earlier this year our music department was nominated and financially supported by our…

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