As the Head of Kingsbury School and Sports College, I am delighted to welcome you to our website. I hope it provides you with useful information about our school. I am proud of the many improvements and successes the school has had in recent years and look forward to leading us on to further success in partnership with staff, students, parents/carers and governors. At Kingsbury School we are committed to high standards, student progress and inclusion.
This Friday, 13th December will be “Make it better with a sweater Day.” Students can swap their normal school jumper for one of their own choice for the day to raise money for charity. – the more festive the better! The cost is 50p to be handed to form tutors.
The rest of school uniform, including blazers, must be worn.
Over the past weeks, as a school we have been working with students to raise awareness of the potential risks in the use of the internet and social media. Please find link to recent Internet Safety 22.11.13 - letter to Parents / Carers.
Last night students, parents/carers and staff enjoyed a great evening of entertainment. A carnival of singing, dancing, poetry, fashion and music celebrated our history, our achievements and our diversity as a community.
The survey has been put together by a local company, in response to concerns many parents are expressing with regard to their children using social media. The company are not linked to the school, no personal information is collected and any names used will be changed for privacy.
In this year’s GCSE results, we have a number of real success stories with several students achieving the highest grades possible and exceeding their expectations. Against a national backdrop of turbulence in the exam system, we continue to work hard to add value for our students. Among the notable success stories, our top achiever was Raha Shazad with Eight A*, Three A’s , One Distinction* and a Merit, with Joel Phipps picking up an A* and 5 A’s.
Jakub Krajewski celebrates with his maths teacher Mrs Nelson, after exceeding his expectations and gaining an A.
Joel Phipps is thrilled with his results.
Raha Shazad celebrates her fantastic results.
Mr Hassan opens his daughter Raha’s results on her behalf as she was away.
The English faculty has produced a video guide for parents and students to outline how to access and get the most out of our fantastic online learning resource for English, which is called ‘BeENGspired‘.
‘BeENGspired‘ has incredible home learning resources for students on topics they do in English lessons, further activities to sharpen reading and writing skills and an e-book library to download FREE books which can be read on a laptop, smartphone or tablet.
Please login to the KSSC website in order to access this superb learning resource.
Deutsche Bank is the major supporter of the CBSO Schools Programme 2012-13 ensuring thousands of Birmingham children experience live music in schools and on the stage at Symphony Hall Birmingham. The Stay Tuned programme involves creative music workshops for pupils with CBSO musicians, CBSO ensemble performances in schools and attendance at CBSO Schools and season concerts.
Please see the link here to the CBSO YouTube page featuring KSSC in our Stay Tuned video: