by Frista Gradica, Albania Christmas Carol. No wonder it sounds so festive. It is one of the best parts of the year. Everyone wants to participate, whether it is in the choir, carol reading or helping with the decorations. Choir is one of the most inspiring activities. It guides every student throughout the song. Everyone…Details
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King’s Group joins Inspired
“After 50 years of delivering quality British education, we are delighted to have joined the Inspired community of schools that will provide multiple opportunities for development for our teachers and students. With a shared child-centred educational philosophy, this partnership with Inspired was a natural choice to support the continued growth of King’s College, as it positions the school at the forefront of not just British, but international education in multiple regions. We look forward to working with Inspired’s leading global educators for the benefit of our students and communities.”, stated Sir Roger Fry, Founder and Chairman of King’s Group.
Inspired welcomes King's College schools
Shaní Gerszenzon Press & Communications Specialist
Captained by Runako, the basketball team competed in a mini tournament this week. The team played exceptionally well, whilst demonstrating great sportsmanship and respect to other players. Both Alex and Jurgen were picked out by the referees as been very good players - well done to all!
KCSM vs Tettenhall 16-8
KCSM vs Ludlow 17 - 6
KCSM vs Lucton 16 -13
Chemistry Lecture at Birmingham University
Investigating electrical current & voltage
Hitting the Track for some Sunday Fun!
Developing Critical Thinking
Extra-Curricular Sports at KCSM
On Target - Paintball Fun!
Liverpool - City of Culture
English Language Results
by Nevena Doknic, Serbia The government organised an excursion for A Level students which was divided into four parts. The first part was taken in SMC and it was about what NCS is and why it is so important. NCS stands for National Citizen Service. The second part was in Grantham in a leisure park. …Details
by Lily, Latvia We departed in our trusty school’s minibus to Birmingham and prior to us getting there, we could already feel that the lecture was going to be good – Nashm fell out of the minibus as we were boarding, out of excitement. Luckily, the excitement did not hurt him. Moustafa and I took…Details
by Abdulrahman Amir Ahmed The SI-UK University Fair is the largest University fair in the UK designed for EU and International students applying to UK universities. It was an important event that Saint Michael’s College took advantage of, with students filled with enthusiasm and high expectations. The Fair took place on 12th November in the…Details
By Steven and Jasmin Last week we were taken on a trip to Liverpool. The purpose was to expand our knowledge of art and observe some fascinating galleries. The schedule included the Lady Lever Art Gallery, The Walker Gallery and the Tate Gallery of Liverpool. Among those three it was the Tate that proved the most…Details
Monday 14th saw the arrival at Saint Michael’s of an unusual visitor. Carved from aristocratic stock and related to Spanish royalty, Count Alvaro de Marichalar regaled A level and Foundation pupils with tales of bravery across an unforgiving landscape – the Atlantic Ocean. “Don’t complain about life, just get on with it” was a message that…Details
by Nashem Al Khadour Rather than sending a journalist to cover this competition we sent a poet instead. This is what our student Nashm came up with: “Table football What a game. Elgar won What a shame. Bending the rules, While people hoped They would trip on their shoes. Nonetheless, the…Details
by Mostafa H. We went to London and the weather was quite cold. We played 5 matches and lost all of them, but we gained experience, a sense that we were all contributing and doing all we could. Mr. Glare and Simon were motivating us and the common motivating phrase from Mr Glare is “Come…Details
by Jessica Abazi The high maintenance girl has no time to hit the snooze button, as soon as the clock strikes 7 it’s time to put on the face for the day. It’s a hobby really, but so much effort and devotion is put into this process that making a public appearance with a bare…Details
This has been a sad month in many ways. Two of our valued staff members have moved on to pastures new. Katie Brick (seen here in skeletal form), our sports and social director, whose leaving gesture was organising the Halloween Ball for us at her local village hall – indeed the location was a secret…Details