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  • 30/01/20


    To help Sixth Form students get the very best grades, we invited  a specialist study skills company, Inner Drive, to run workshops throughout the day. Themes such as multi-tasking and the brain, getting enough sleep, adopting a growth mindset and revision skills were addressed throughout...
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  • 24/01/20

    Year 12 Safe Drive, Stay Alive Trip

    This week we found out that KHS Sixth Form out-performed local schools and colleges again in terms of our A-Level results and that continues too place us in the top 5% of sixth forms nationally. However, we aren’t just about exams. Helping shape well-rounded students is our mission, too!
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  • 03/12/19

    Year 11 Subject Matters

    A group of Year 11 students were invited to attend a lecture at Harrow School on 'Subject Matters - A level' from Dr Mark King from Christ's College Cambridge. The lecture explained how to make your application to Russell Group universites the most competitive by choosing keystone sub...
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  • 03/12/19

    Year 12 National Citizen Service led by Queens Park Rangers Community Trust

    Twenty Year 12 students completed their NCS phase 1 project with a trip to Paris, where they took part in a range of outdoor activities including:  zip wire , trapeze , archery and abseiling. The grand finale was a chance to walk up to the top of the famous Eiffel Tower. Our thanks to...
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  • 18/11/19

    Skills London Fair

    A group of Sixth Formers attended a trip to Skills London, the UK’s largest university, apprenticeship and careers fair held at ExCel London.
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  • 12/11/19

    Sky Studios Trip

    The Year 13 A-Level Media class had the opportunity to visit the    Sky Studios where they took part in a workshop to plan and produce a factual media piece using professional equipment.
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  • 04/11/19

    Sixth Form Debating Club

    With the upcoming General Election our motion was a topical one, 'The House would make voting compulsory' arguing for the proposition were Nouh, Umayma and Priya - while on the opposition we had Bill, Devvan and Amal.