This year, for the first time in many years, CAOKS and the school are joining forces to host a spectacular dinner at King’s. All alumni spanning the decades are invited to join us for what promises to be a fabulous evening of great food, good wine and camaraderie.
Tickets are £39 and available via https://www.kingschester.co.uk/alumni-dinner
Come along for an informal meet up and chat with other parents and members of our KSPA.
An opportunity for new parents to visit the rowing club and enjoy a trip on the river, followed by the new parents' meeting.
Boat trip is 9am - 10.30am, followed by the meeting at 11.30am to 1pm.
Please join us for an entertaining, informal concert of performances by a visiting musician.
The Rowing Club sculling championships and fundraiser.
Please join us for an entertaining, informal concert of performances by our talented Fifth Year musicians.
A concert celebrating the amazing talents of our Removes students. Featuring Removes classes and soloists.
A-Level and GCSE students present scenes from play texts they have been exploring in class during the Michaelmas term.
An evening of fun, including a team quiz and buffet. A traditional rowing club evening for all athletes, coaches, parents and supporters of the club.
KSC Drama present a double bill of two challenging plays this term. Please note this production is strictly for those aged 14 and older only.
‘A Clockwork Orange’ is Anthony Burgess's stage play of his infamous cult novel and film of the same name.
Alex and his vicious teenage gang revel in horrific ultra-violence. Alex also revels in the music of Beethoven. The Gang communicates in a language which is as complicated as their actions. When a drug-fuelled night of fun ends in murder, Alex is finally caught and locked up. He is given a choice - be brainwashed into good citizenship and set free, or face a lifetime imprisoned.
Evan Placey's Girls Like That is an ensemble play exploring the pressures on young people today in the wake of advancing technology. When a compromising photograph of schoolgirl Scarlett goes viral, rumours spread across smartphones like wildfire and her reputation becomes toxic, threatening to shatter the fragile unity of the girls she has grown up with. But how long can Scarlett remain silent? And why isn't it the same for boys? Using music and dance sequences, and featuring shifts in time to explore the evolution of feminist consciousness, the play focuses on adolescent female friendship in the present day and its fragility in the face of societal and cultural pressures.
Tickets will be available in the Autumn term.