Dear Parents,

After the excitement of all the events that took place week, this has been a relatively quiet one. That being said, one of our pupils, Alberto P., who is a member of a robotics team locally, won the regional phase of the First Lego Robotics league. He and his teammates will now be representing Murcia in the national finals very soon. Well done, Alberto!


El Mundo Ranking 2018

I am very happy to announce that King’s College Murcia has now been included in the El Mundo Ranking 2018 – the press release is also available on our website:

Of course this is a great achievement for us all and it makes me very proud to see our school’s names where it belongs amongst the top schools in the country.


School Fees

For your convenience, if you have not yet had the opportunity to see next year’s school fees, they can be found here.


Open Morning in Early Years

If you have any friends, relatives or acquaintances with children aged 2-5 who may be interested in our school, please spread the word about the Open Morning in Early Years that we will be holding on Friday 23rd March from 9.30 am to 12 pm. More details can be found here.



It gives me great pleasure to confirm that both Mr. Jonathan Wilmshurst and Miss Charlotte Thompson have accepted their respective job offers. Mr Wilmshurst will be joining our already strong Maths team in September and Miss Thompson our MfL team. These are new posts due to the expansion of the school in the Secondary section. Both of them are very much looking forward to working with us in September.

I am sure you will join me in welcoming them in a few months’ time.


10th Anniversary Family Afternoon

Our 10th Anniversary Family Afternoon is now only a few weeks away and our Charity Group have been busy putting together a huge variety of activities and fun things to do. A letter will be coming your way shortly, so please do look out for it.


Healthy Snacks  – a message from Nurse Lorena

A further reminder that at King´s College Murcia, we promote a healthy nutritional diet for pupils, so we recommend our students to bring to school healthy snacks such as:

Fresh fruit, yoghurts, juice, cheese sticks, whole grain crackers, vegetable sticks, dried fruit, healthy sandwiches.

NO nuts or any products containing nuts are allowed in the school.



Tues 13th March King’s College Primary Games (in San Javier Polideportivo)
Wed 14th March King’s College Primary Games (at KCM)
Thurs 15th March Y11, 12, 13 Parents’ Evening



I hope our younger students get a good rest this weekend in anticipation of the Primary Games next week!

Have a great weekend.

Mr. Rumistrzewicz