Old Alfredian and Turner Prize Winner Anthony Engi Meacock visits the KAS Sixth Form

27th February 18


Old Alfredian Anthony Engi Meacock returned to KAS to speak to Sixth Form Students as part of their enrichment program on Monday 5 February.

Anthony discussed his work with the 2015 Turner Prize winning Assemble Collective. Students were particularly interested to hear about the Granby Four Streets project based in Liverpool. Assemble worked with local residents in this inner city housing estate to revitalise their neighbourhood through art and enterprise.

If you would like to hear more about Anthony’s approach to creativity and design, watch his 5 minute Assemble Micro Lecture, “Small Tools for Small Hands.” Look for a cameo of the KAS forge circa 1930!

Huge thanks to Anthony for delivering an engaging and inspiring talk.


Where Next?

School Update

Due to the Covid-19 virus, and on the advice of the UK Government and the Department of Education, the school buildings are currently closed.

Teaching and Learning are continuing – distance learning has been set up and all students and parents have been notified.

We look forward to welcoming our students back as soon as it is safe to do so.

To contact the school please email kas@kingalfred.org.uk

Applications are open via our Admissions page.

If you have any enquiries about Admissions – please email admissions@kingalfred.org.uk  

All Upper School students have been set work to complete at home. A summary of the work can be found here.