Altruistic and busy

It has been wonderful to hear from our pupils about how they are spending some of their time away from school to fundraise for charity or help with community initiatives. Amongst the pupils busy raising much needed funds are Ben Sewell in Year 10 who took part in the 2.6 challenge at the weekend and … Continued

Rock for Uganda

The Pupils’ Uganda Group – affectionately known as PUG – filled the DRT  with music earlier this term to raise funds for our partners in learning, Kikaaya College School in Uganda. The school has been partnered with KCS since for several years with pupils and staff visiting the school over recent years helping with a … Continued

Families In Need

The images on the television news over the summer of people leaving their homes to look for a safer and more secure life in Europe for themselves and their children moved the PGS community to launch a campaign at the beginning of this term to offer some support. Over the last ten days the whole … Continued

Letter From Uganda

What started out as a sewing club activity; making dresses for underprivileged girls in Africa, has blossomed into a lovely friendship between the Junior School and the M-Lisada organisation in Uganda. Thanks to the amazing efforts of former pupil and Gap Year student, Katie Husselby, the children and families of the Junior School have now … Continued

Zorbing for Cambodia

It was a sporting event that had to be seen to be believed as Zorb Football took over the Sports Hall.  The event was organised by the Cambodia Committee as part of their charity fundraising for the Chai Thom School in Cambodia which the School is linked with via United World Schools. The event was a great … Continued

Sixth Form Charity ELF

This week the Sixth Form passed on all the generous donations made to their Christmas charity appeal.   At the assembly on Tuesday Mr Geoff Chape from the Salvation Army spoke about the huge difference receiving the small luxury items will make to families locally this Christmas whilst Matthew Husselby thanked everyone for donating the … Continued