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Year 1 Trip to the Botanical Gardens

Today the Year 1 children took a trip to the Botanical Gardens. The plants are children alike enjoyed the sunny weather. The children learnt all about different types of plants that grow in a range of climates. The staff at the gardens explained to the children about how we must properly care for plants, and what they need to grow. 




Judo End of Year Demonstration

The Judo children showed off their skills today, in front of all the parents. Fede and the Judo team showed the parents how far the children had come since the start, and everything that they had learnt. To celebrate the occasion, the children were awarded certificates as well as medals. We're very proud of our little Judo champs! 




Year 2 Trip to American Museum

Today the Year 2's took a trip to the Madrid Museum of the Americas.The artifacts in the museum represent a range of periods, from American Prehistory to the present, with special emphasis in pre-Columbian Archaeology, Ethnography, and Colonial Art. The children were able to appreciate a culture and history with a lot of depth and detail. 




Piano and Violin Concert

We were absolutely blown away this week at how well our musicians did in their piano and violin concerts. We had children from Reception through to Year 2 playing various songs that they had been learning throughout the year. I'm sure all the parents will agree that they did brilliantly, and we're very proud not only of their musical ability but also the confidence they showed playing in front of a crowd. Well done! 




Year 1 Wild Flower Hunt

The Year 1's have been exploring again! This time they were hunting the wild flowers that are popping up now that the weather is sunny. The children were learning how to gather data; counting the number of flowers in a tally chart, and then adding up the totals. In this way, the children combined learning about nature and practicing mathematics as well. 




Reception go to the Planetarium

Our Reception classes, after having studied all about the space, aliens and the universe, had the chance to take their learning one step further and look everything space-related up close! The children looked at the robotics used for space exploration, as well as the different stars in our galaxy. 




Gluten Free Day at KIS

Today our kitchen staff were keen to teach us all about gluten, where it is found, and how it can be harmful to certain people. It is important that the children understand the difficulties that those with celiac disease must overcome. Luis prepared some bread without gluten, so that we could compare it to bread with gluten. Thank you to our fantastic kitchen staff for the extra work they put in today! 




Keeping in touch with your adolescent

There’s a bit in Zoe Heller’s shortlisted Booker Prize novel Notes on a Scandal when the protagonist Sheba says, “It’s probably a good thing that your kids turn into difficult adolescents. The feelings you have for them as infants are much too intense, too enervating, to sustain.” She is referring to her 17-year-old daughter Polly…

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King’s Group joins Inspired

The Group has announced today its partnership with the leading global premium schools group operating in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. “After 50 years of delivering quality British education, we are delighted to have joined the Inspired community of schools that will provide multiple opportunities for development for our teachers and…

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It’s all in the mind

Every 40 seconds someone takes their own life. That is the shocking statistic that the World Health Organisation wants to focus on this October 10, World Mental Health Day, 2019. With poor mental health particularly prevalent among teenagers and suicide the second leading cause of death among 15 to 29 year olds around the world,…

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Charity begins at school

Technology is often blamed for making our world more individualistic and there is a popular belief that Millennials and those coming up behind them are increasingly self-centred and unaware of the challenges facing others. But, according to data from the World Gallup Poll, there has been a significant rise in youth volunteering in a number…

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