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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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Visit by Author Saci Lloyd - January 8th

Students on both Borrington and Hillgrove sites enjoyed a visit from acclaimed author of ‘The Carbon Diaries’ Saci Lloyd.

Saci has an interest in science and politics which provide the themes for her books and she began with a lively talk to the whole of Year 8 in which she asked them to think about carbon emissions, the growth of the world’s population and Donald Trump, although when asked her opinion Saci remained resolutely impartial!

Saci talked about how great books need a great story and great characters using ‘The Hunger Games’ as an example. She told the students the story of how her main characters in the novel ‘Momentum’ meet, and her story telling captivated the whole hall. At break a number of students came to the library asking for copies of the book as well as to talk to Saci about some of the ideas she had raised

Two workshops followed in which Saci explored these ideas further and asked the students to respond to a number of stimuli including the rise of robots, war as entertainment and the idea of a quest story with a particular focus on the sub-text of storylines and characters.

Saci’s visit concluded in a lively session with Year 9 who engaged in an equally lively and positive way, many of the students offered opinions on her ideas and asked a range of questions about science and writing.

It was a thoroughly enjoyable and worthwhile experience.

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January 19, 2018

Sports Leadership Camp

On Thursday 18th January. Seven KC1 pupils attended a step into sports leadership camp @ Bromsgrove Ryland Centre. The aims of the leadership camp were to develop leadership skills and mix with different students from different schools, some of which had…
January 19, 2018

U15 Handball Competition

Handball is an upcoming sport that has featured in our King Charles extra-curricular activities for a number of years now. The game requires teams to pass a ball using their hands with the aim of throwing it into the goal of the other team. The catch is,…
January 15, 2018

Table Tennis Festival

On Friday 12th, 12 KC1 year 9 students attended a Table Tennis Festival at Wolverley High School. Students were coached and had time to master specific skills before competing against students from other schools in the Wyre Forest. Well done to all involved.
January 10, 2018
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Nottingham University

On the 9th January 2018, 12 high attaining year 9 and 10 students attended the launch of The Scholars programme at Nottingham University, along with eight other secondary schools. Students then had a session on academic writing/study skills, a tour of the…

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