News

Bursary Fund Golf Day 2021

Former King's pupil and teacher Tom Parfett-Manning fittingly led his team to victory in The Alan McInnes Memorial Golf Day.

Golfers Celebrate Their Former Teachers

The youngest and oldest golfers in the rejuvenated King's School's Former Pupils' Golf Section crossed the age range to land the trophies at the annual Frank Moore event.

Cricketer Josh Earns Oxford Offer

Talented Year 13 student and cricketer Josh Rajendran has hit it out of the park by earning an offer from Oxford University.

The 17-year-old King's Sixth Form student needs an A* and two A grades to read Economics with Management at Hertford College, Oxford.

King's Establishes Heritage Orchard at New Campus

The King's School is reviving forgotten apple varieties to create what will become the largest orchard of unique varieties in the county. Last week, young horticulturalists braved wintry conditions to plant the first 40 trees at the perfect time in the season, at King's stunning new £60 million campus.

UK Charity Week 2020 | Legacies

As part of UK Charity Week 2020, we wanted to shine a light on Legacies. King's was established through the legacy left by Sir John Percyvale in 1502 and has underpinned philanthropy at King's ever since. Former pupil William Hancock, has explained why he has left a gift in his will to King's.