SIXTH FORM STUDENTS OUT-PERFORM NATIONAL TREND IN GAINING TOP GRADES
Despite the fall in the proportion of A-Level students receiving Grade As this year, down to 25.5%, Kingsbury High School in the London Borough of Brent, outstripped the national average with 27% of sixth form students achieving grades A*/A.
It has been a very busy two weeks for Year 12 students, who have been participating in a number of workshop and programmes, preparing them for life after KHS. As previously reported they took part in employability days, UCAS evening, university visits and their busy schedule ended with a very...
Last Thursday the KHS Sixth Form Centre organised its annual UCAS evening. Top universities such as Brunel and City came to the school for our Year 12 students to meet, discuss courses with, take course details away with them or simply ask questions about life at the various destinations.
Ms Lee and Mr Osman took some aspiring Year 12 and 11 students to visit Trinity College on the 25 June. What a wonderful day spent exploring the grounds, the library and seeing what life would be like as a Cambridge student.
Year 13 students gathered for the last time at their Leavers' Assembly on Friday 24 May. The 2 hour event featured a heart-felt goodbye from retiring Headtacher, Mr Waxman, who shared his history school report!
Year 12 Students Attend City Workshop at EY London HQ
Students attended an employability workshop run by top City firm EY. EY managers and employees presented career options, interview tips and managing your own brand to help students consider not only what career to choose but how to get through an interview.