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Music, Music, Everywhere!

24th March 2022

Students from Y6 upwards took part in one of the regular informal concerts in the Music Department earlier this month. The concerts, hosted by our fabulous team of music teachers, give students a chance to hone their performance skills and get used to playing in front of an audience. Here Piano teacher Sophie accompanies a…

It’s All Greek for Year 7

24th February 2022

Year 7 took a step back in time for their Greek-themed creativity week. They stepped away from their normal lessons to take part in a variety of different activities which were all linked by the myth of Medusa. They learnt about the Ancient Greeks and the variety of ways they’ve contributed to Western civilisation. They…

Upper School Show Trailer is live!

8th March 2021

Because the Upper School Show couldn’t go ahead with an audience last term – it was filmed in socially distanced bubbles and has been edited into a fabulous film. Here is a teaser ahead of (fingers crossed) an official premier screening at the beginning of May.

Remembering the Holocaust

3rd February 2021

On 27 January our Upper School students watched this beautiful online Callover created by our Drama and Music Departments featuring moving readings and a piano recital. As a community we strive to embody the theme of this year’s remembrance day: Be the light in the darkness. It encourages everyone to reflect on the depths humanity…

Let The Music Play

17th November 2020

The KAS Music Department have been very busy this term with two amazing concerts. First up was Axemonsters which was live streamed on our YouTube Channel as we weren’t able to invite a live audience into the space. It was a steep learning curve for our amazing technician, Matt, but one he negotiated brilliantly and…

Axemonsters is coming!

13th October 2020

The legendary KAS Axemonsters concert is happening virtually this year. It’s still a live concert – giving students the opportunity to practice their performance skills in front of a live audience – they just can’t be in the same room! Click here to get a front row seat.

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