School Photographs-

Please see the link for all products available to order with your child’s photograph on Product Leaflet September 2016

For details on how to order please refer to your proof photograph.

Progress 8

Provisional Progress 8 scores will be reported in performance tables for the first time this term. It will measure pupils’ progress across eight qualifications from age 11 to 16

Progress 8 explained in 3 minutes- Watch the clip

Exciting news!

We are excited to announce that from 1st September 2016, Kingstone Academy Trust has entered into an association with Clehonger Church of England Primary School, with Mr Fisher now also becoming the Executive Headteacher of Clehonger; Miss Ransford is now the permanant Head of Clehonger Primary School. This will in many ways resemble the type of arrangement already in place between Kingstone High School and Kingstone & Thruxton Primary School. There are many benefits to both organisations from such collaboration.

Dates for your diary:

Open Days and Evening

Keep an eye out as they will also be advertised in the local media and outside the High School

Open Days:

20th September 2016

28th September 2016

6th October 2016

The School will be open all day for parents to have a look around.

Tours will start at the commencement of lessons, 9:00am, 10.15am, 11.30am, 1.10pm, 2.15pm.

Please ring the School to book a slot

Open Evening:

5th October 2016

Open Evening on Wednesday 5th October commences at 6pm with an introduction from the Executive Headteacher.

The School will be open from 6pm – 8pm.

Check out the highlights from the Year 5 Learning days last academic year:

Click Here for video 1

Click Here for video 2

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Welcome to the caring, supportive and challenging learning environment of Kingstone High School.

What is Code Club?

Code Club is a volunteer-led nationwide network of after-school

coding clubs for 9-11 year olds. Kingstone High school’s club will commence Tuesday 19th January and places are limited to 20.

Code Club is led by teachers providing step-by-step activity sheets for the children to follow so they can create games, animations and websites, learning the key concepts of programming at the same time.

Code Club will teach your child computing languages such as

Scratch, HTML/CSS and Python.

Learning to Code is a vocational skill - it changes the way children analyse and solve problems, encourages creative thinking and collaboration.

Code club will be held on: Tuesdays 3.15pm (for 3.30pm start) – 4.30pm

Led by: Ms C Rees

Location: Kingstone High School, Room M12

If you would like your child to join Code Club or would like more information, email Ms Rees to reserve your place.