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Head’s Blog – AGM Speech 2024

9th February 2024

You can watch Robert’s speech from this year’s AGM here or read the transcript below: Since the AGM this time last year, I can think back on many special School…

Head’s Blog – AGM Speech 2023

8th February 2023

If you’d rather watch or listen to Robert’s speech – a recording is available at the bottom of this page 1898 was an auspicious year for beginnings. In the world…

Battlefield Reflections For Y9 At Ypres

28th November 2022

After a beautiful Remembrance Day service in the Amphitheatre here at KAS, our Year 9 students headed off to Ypres to discover more about World War 1 on a trip…

Education Partnerships For Change

14th November 2022

Our new partnership project aims to unite voices within the education system. The King Alfred School in London has a long and rich history steeped in the progressive education movement….

Head’s Blog – AGM speech 2022

21st February 2022

Head Robert Lobatto gave this speech at the recent AGM of The King Alfred School Society:   Tucked away in a semi-subterranean space and nestled between the Photography Studio and…

Message from Robert – 22 January

25th January 2021

Reflecting on a week with some high points and looking forward to when we might be able to return to site – Head, Robert shares this week’s video message.

Message from Robert – 10 January

11th January 2021

Robert updates parents on the schools planning for this half term in his video message.

Message from Robert – 5 January

6th January 2021

With the last minute announcement of school closures lasting until half term – Robert looks ahead to the challenges of the next six weeks and how we will face them…

Head’s Blog –
‘The Terror’ of exam-driven assessment

1st October 2020

As part of the Rethinking Assessment group, our Head, Robert, is helping to drive conversations around GCSE reform. Rethinking Assessment is a group of state, independent and special schools, business…

Head’s Blog – Thoughts on the 2020 exam fiasco

24th August 2020

The last week has been very challenging for students, families and schools throughout the country. How did we get into this mess and what lessons can we learn for the…

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