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Last Chance to Register for KAS Summer Sailing in Croatia

12th April 2016

  This is your last chance to book a spot on the KAS summer sailing adventure, Aug 13-24 2016.  We are taking KAS boats to Pula in Croatia this summer and will be running local sailing trips to islands, beaches, coves and villages. We cater for all ages and levels of skill and knowledge.  These…

KAS Competes in European Youth Parliament Debate

1st April 2016

On Monday 21st March, seven YR12 students, who dressed up especially for the occasion, participated in the South East European Youth Parliament Debate Forum at the European Parliament UK Office,  Westminster. Accompanied by History teacher Ibrahim, this was the first year The King Alfred School participated in the debate. KAS representatives had prepared over lunch time…

KAS Sport Relief 2016 Proves Successful

24th March 2016

Staff and students pulled out all the stops and put in a brilliant effort last week to support Sport Relief. Sarah, PE led the charge on KAS’s Sport Relief campaign this year, which was one of our all time best efforts.The main events included staff versus student dodgeball and football, a healthy breakfast, mile runs…

Axe Monsters Concert, Wednesday 23 March

21st March 2016

  The annual KAS Axe Monsters concert takes place this Wednesday, March 23rd in the Main Hall from 7:00 pm.  Tickets will be available on the door and are £3.  Please come and support our students showcasing their multitude of talents. Music Technology Teacher Dan Aarons has put together a strong set this year and…

French Drama Festival 2016

12th March 2016

  On Wednesday 2nd March, the second annual French Drama Festival took place at The King Alfred School. Ten schools entered the competition: Merchant Taylor, St Joseph School, Highgate, Wellington College, Eton College, Haberdasher’s Aske’s Boys School, North London Collegiate, Mill Hill, St Paul’s Girls and King Alfred School.    Three judges (Agathe Morisse from…

Sport Relief at KAS, March 16-18th

11th March 2016

Staff and students will support Sport Relief March 16-18th with a number of events including a 24 hour challenge that will see staff rowing and cycling through the night! PE teacher Sarah is leading the charge on KAS’s Sport Relief events this year. There will be lots of ways to get involved and help support…

Lower School Celebrates World Book Day

9th March 2016

  The Lower School celebrated World Book Day with an entire week of book related activities. It began with professional storyteller, June Peters, who mesmerised both children and adults alike. Just a few props, wonderful tales of old and a voice to match and we were taken to jungles, rivers, mountains. Magical and imaginative—not to…

YR8 Girls Netball Team Qualifies for Nationals!

7th March 2016

The KAS YR8 Girls Netball Team has qualified for the nationals!  On Friday March 4th, KAS Girls Netball Team competed against fierce competition from other ISA teams, securing a place in the nationals by the end of the day on account of their excellent and collegiate playing and all round sporting skill.  PE Teacher and…

Salamanca Exchange, February Half Term

4th March 2016

During the February half-term a group of Year 10 students and 2 Year 12 students accompanied by Camilla and Jess went to Salamanca, Spain for a language and cultural visit. Pupils completed a rigorous regime of Spanish classes every morning, from 9.00am – 1.00pm, followed by lunch with their host families and various cultural activities in the…

YR9 Girls Netball Team Places Third in the Borough

3rd March 2016

  The Year 9 girls came third in the borough netball tournament. They lost to Mill Hill in the semi final and then beat Wren Academy to be awarded 3rd place overall.  The girls played very well considering they have had a lot of league fixtures cancelled this year.  Well done girls!  Sarah, PE   

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 will be closed and students will switch to online learning until February half term.

The school remains open and teaching and learning are continuing through our KAS Connected Learning programme.

Children of key workers and vulnerable children are allowed to be on site, please get in touch if you need to access this provision.

In Upper School all students will have a full timetable of online lessons via Canvas.

We look forward to welcoming all 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