Music on the Hill is delighted to welcome the CNS Allstars to perform in the Chapel at Kingham Hill School on Saturday 9 November 2013 at 7:30pm as part of its autumn series of concerts. The jazz band was formed in 2007 by a former KHS pupil and the school's first organ scholar, Alex Chalstrey, who will be returning to KHS to perform.
The CNS Allstars are a locally based band who enjoy playing a unique blend of swing, jazz and rock ‘n’ roll, with tunes ranging from those of Nat King Cole and Dean Martin to Paolo Nutini and Mark Ronson.
Do you work in legal services, the prison service, police or any other criminal justice related profession? If so, we'd love to hear from you! We are organising our first Careers Spotlight Dinner on Friday 11 October, focusing on this sector.
When HM The Queen pulled out of the Commonwealth Service in March due to ill health, Kingham Hill pupil and specially chosen posy giver, Danika Quick, was disappointed. She was allowed to keep the posy but she also wrote to Her Majesty to say how much she had missed meeting her and hoping that she would be better very soon.
At 6:45 am a great cheer went up as the last of the 1,416 lengths of the Kingham Hill School Pool was swum. Pupils and staff swam throughout the night to complete the equivalent of a crossing of the English Channel to raise money for a clean water charity – Coppers to Water.
After a 2 day exhaustive inspection by 3 inspectors of the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) we are delighted to have met all their expectations at the National Level with just 2 minor recommendations made.
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