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Hail Our Year 10 Heroes

Last weekend seventeen Year 10 KCM pupils passed their Bronze Assessed Expedition for the Duke of Edinburgh Award.  Despite adverse weather conditions, arduous mountain climbs and a week of ‘End of Year’ exams, the 3 teams all showed just how resilient and positive they could be, impressing all the staff and volunteers with their smiles…


Royal Wedding Celebrations

What an amazing day we had celebrating the Royal Wedding! We saw the most beautiful Princesses and handsome Princes! The children enjoyed having their hair styled, they sampled traditional scones with cream and jam, decorated crowns and played ring games. A truly super day!

COBIS Games 2018

On Thursday May the 17th, King’s College Murcia sent a team of 16 young students from Years 7 and 8 to the COBIS Games in Sheffield, UK. I think it is fair to say that these athletes have returned as heroes. The COBIS Games themselves were attended by 23 schools from Asia, Africa and Europe…


Madrid Secondary Games 2018

On Wednesday the 9th of May, a team of 16 Year 9 and 10 students set off from King’s College Murcia to compete in the King’s games in Madrid. A three day event in which four King’s schools compete in Athletics, Football and Swimming, organised and hosted by King’s College Soto. After a good night’s…


KS1 Sports Day – April 2018

The KS1 Sports Day took place on Friday 27th April and we were very lucky the rain stayed away and the sun came out. The children came to school very excited at taking part in the different events. The main focus of this year’s sports day was teamwork, every child contributed to their team’s points.…


World Book Day 2018

This year we decided to celebrate World Book Day in the same week as Shakespeare’s and Cervantes’ birthdays. The day was an undeniable success and, as the school grows, the event gets bigger every year! The theme for 2018 was “share a story”, therefore many of the secondary staff signed up to read to Primary,…