Fantastic Independent Learning Opportunities

Did you know that KEHS has a platform of thought provoking blogs written by pupils, staff and some departments? The blogs are scholarly, informative, entertaining and amusing, including pupil accounts of the latest trips (Biology Blog), historical fiction writing (History Blog), films created and poems written by...

Did you know that KEHS has a platform of thought provoking blogs written by pupils, staff and some departments? The blogs are scholarly, informative, entertaining and amusing, including pupil accounts of the latest trips (Biology Blog), historical fiction writing (History Blog), films created and poems written by Classics students (Classics Blog), as well as articles with a focus on faith and spirituality written by our RS Ambassadors (Religious Studies Blog). Our Assemblies Blog keeps the whole school up to date with spiritual and moral presentations by staff and students (Assemblies Blog).

In addition, we encourage girls to take every opportunity to broaden their learning experience and explore a wide range of unusual options which they may find fascinating. Links to free online resources, such as Harvard courses, in subjects as diverse as coding and learning Norwegian appear on the Intellectual Curiosity website. Ms Pallister has recently uploaded an additional 50 online courses to the website, some of them are self-paced whilst others begin in January 2020. There are 50 different categories to browse through, including some fascinating lectures and podcasts.

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The KEHS Biodiversity Project

Last year, the Biology department launched the KEHS Biodiversity Project and appointed Amelia as the KEHS Biodiversity Ambassador. Her role is to promote and help

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