We move into half term with so many recent successes and terrific events meaning we definitely have earned the rest. Foremost of the recent activities has been the amazing quantity and quality of musical involvement at the Taunton Music Festival, as well as the Lent Concert. The age range is impressive and so is the enthusiasm and vivacity that emanates from them all as part of the King’s Hall music scene. I know there will be details to come but many congratulations to all involved.
Other ‘successes’ come from all across the school and again some of them are detailed here or perhaps linked to the website – such as the Under 13 boys qualifying for the Hockey National Finals.
Last night also saw some adult successes as the Friends of King’s Hall Quiz Night was another terrific occasion: well done and thanks to the Chief Pelican and her team who should be very pleased with the fun and enjoyment they created for all who attended. Well done to the winning team called ‘We Thought This Was Speed Dating!’ who just edged out a King’s College staff team in the final round.
Have a great week as we all draw breath. The second half will bring many more events including 13+ Scholarship challenges for many Year 8s, ‘Arabian Nights’ performances for Year 6 and we all head towards the House Music competition on the final afternoon – get it in your diary now.
Here are some Dingbats from an additional fun round at last night’s quiz to give you headaches!
Golfing Success for King's Schools
18 April 2018
Pupils Empowered at Annual House Music Competition
11 April 2018
Pre-Prep Travel the World in Search of Easter Traditions
31 March 2018
Pupils Recreate Favourite Book Characters for Potato Challenge
28 March 2018
Year 6 Transport Audience to a Whole New World
26 March 2018