As part of their topic “Around the World”, the Year 2 students have been studying about China, Mexico and the United Kingdom. Student have been developing their geography skills finding countries on maps and adding famous landmarks. They have studied stories from other cultures and have worked with clay to develop their art skills by making…Details
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Mother Language Day at KCP
On 20th February both Primary and Secondary students were involved in the celebrations of International Mother Language Day. Students had the opportunity to discover languages spoken around the world, as well as all of the languages spoken at King’s College Panama. Did you know that at KCP we currently have students from 32 nationalities who speak 14 different languages at home?
The day in the Secondary school was packed with activities, including: a taster session for Catalan; a taster session for Russian; a taster session for Italian; a science session about language and the brain; a humanities session about why some languages are dying out around the world. Students have also started their entries for our Writing Competition, whose winners will be announced during our World Book Day assembly on 6th March.
The day was a great success and the students enjoyed trying out new languages. I would like to thank the parents that were involved in producing resources for these lessons as well as the teachers who prepared lessons for this very special day. I hope our students have been inspired to improve their current English/Spanish/French language skills or maybe even start learning a new language!
The Pan-American Debate Championships took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina from the 14th – 20th February. This championship was an incredible experience and a perfect way of learning new techniques, styles, forms of debating and much more. It all started three weeks before the actual competition when the Year 9 and Year 10 KCP…Details
Reception classes have been getting their fingers dirty during their “growing” topic. They have been learning all about how plants and animals grow and they have been working hard in the eco garden. The students have sown a variety of flower seeds and are also holding a bean growing competition to see who can grow…Details
The first King’s College Panama photography competition was held over the Christmas holidays. The idea behind the competition is to get students to think about the world around them as they are travelling. There were two categories; Human (people and places) and Physical (Landscape). We received a lot of excellent entries and the true international spirit…Details
During this term we have launched our mystery reader program in the infant school. Each week, a different parent from the class surprises the students and brings a favourite book in to read and share. Some parents have read books from other cultures and in different languages giving the students a great opportunity to experience…Details
On Friday 20th January, our Year 10 students along with the Student Leadership Council and volunteers from British Royal Navy vessel Wave Knight spent an entire morning serving our local community. The students and sailors spent 4 and a half hours giving an “extreme makeover” to the Hogar Divino Nino Orphange in Los Rios. King’s…Details
The children in Year 1 have had a great start to the New Year and their new Topic – Safari animals. The topic kicked off with the children dressing up as Safari Explorers and animals and taking part in lots of fun activities to spot animal patterns and take a journey to new lands. During…Details
We are already planning for this big event of Term 2…The 2017 King’s College Summer Fair. Please note Friday 10th March in your diaries. Our Summer Fair is a very traditional event that is fun for all the family, which brings the school community together and raises money for charity. Last year we had an…Details
In Primary school this term we will be focusing on the environment and taking measures to improve our own eco footprint. On Friday 20th January two parents, Mrs. Adriana Zacarias and Mrs. Mene Westen, presented an informative assembly to the Key Stage 2 students. It allowed us all to realise the amount of waste we…Details