Kingham Hill School is looking to explore its fascinating links with Ontario. Between 1895 and 1946 ten boys a year left the school to be trained in agriculture on a farm in Ontario purchased by the school’s founder, Charles Edward Baring Young.
A-Level results day 2013 offers yet another opportunity to celebrate ever-improving academic outcomes!
Of course there are always the high-flyers – Alex Sandru - A*, A*, A; Anna Trogstad - A*, A, A; Oskar Mahony - A, A, A. And there are so many others that have achieved very well indeed, doing themselves proud and helping to push up Kingham's pass rate to a record 61% A*-B.
Keeping Alive Our Memories
As you may know I sit on the KHA committee both as an observer for School Days and as Vice-Chair of the KHA. In these very different roles I have been acutely aware of the KHS decision in relation to alumni affairs and closely involved with the KHA response to it.
Whilst School Days operates independently 'independence' does not mean isolation, together with some other benefits it allows prompt progress in a dynamic world. The School Days website has an established role in its own right but it also has an important function in communicating current news and the good work both organisations do, because of the value our community places on it. Without the direct support and collaboration of both KHS and the KHA School Days would not be able to offer quite as much.
Written by chikki
Tuesday, 12 September 2017Six of the best - what was it like?
Written by Aaron Reid
Tuesday, 05 January 2016Born out of necessity in 1940
Written by Caroline Ashby
Thursday, 29 October 2015Chapter 1 - Children in Need
Written by David Calver
Monday, 05 October 2015Frank Ball
Written by School Days
Tuesday, 16 June 2015Some reflections on the period 1990 to 2000