Spiderman, Cat Woman, Bat Girl and even the Yellow Peril paid homage to the nation's superheroes on Comic Relief Day at King's Infant & Junior School.
King’s was delighted to welcome back former pupils Bert and Archie Thorneycroft, founders of Fruits of The Forage, to help establish hedgerows and fruit trees in a wildlife habitat area on the new campus.
Hillcrest Homes has completed its purchase of the School’s historic Cumberland Street site and buildings.
Brilliant violinist Georgina Bloomfield has earned a prestigious scholarship to the Royal Northern College of Music.
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.
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.