News

  1. Globalist Photography Competition winner announced

        The results of the Globalist photography competition are in! A reminder that students were asked to submit a photograph with the theme of Urban and give a caption in a modern foreign language. The winning image is shown here. Well done to all who took part. We hope that the winners enjoy spending…

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  2. Grant funding for EKST from the Lawson Endowment Fund

    EKST is delighted to announce we have been successful in our grant funding application to the Kent Community Foundation with funds allocated from the Lawson Endowment Fund for Kent. The core funding will make a huge difference in helping us to achieve our aims of raising aspirations and widening horizons of students in East Kent.…

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  3. One student’s experience of the 16+Volunteering Fair

    First and foremost when describing the event – I would like to say that I was happy to be there, I had essentially invited myself aboard when I have no experience of volunteering at King’s. East Kent schools Together, organised and brought together the likes of St. Lawrence College, Herne Bay High, a school whose…

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  4. Introduction to Debating workshop attended by 58 students

    The King’s School hosted an Introduction to Debating workshop for students from each of the partner schools on Tuesday 9 October. It was a lively and informative session during which students witnessed a British Parliamentary style debate and then had a go themselves. Well done to all who attended and many thanks to Mike Cox…

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  5. Year One Newsletter

    One year ago, six schools and a university in East Kent agreed to do together what we could not do alone. A year into the partnership and over thirty events later, what have we learned and what can we look forward to in year two?

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  6. Minds Eye Kent – EKST’s budding journalists get published

    Mind’s Eye is a journalistic magazine written by young people, for young people. ​It is a unique publication where young people are given a platform to voice their opinion on anything they feel most passionate about. No subject is taboo. Click on this link to read EKST’s first edition and we very much look forward…

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