Recent News

The Show Jumping competition held on Friday April 12th was a resounding success. 25 children competed in 3 sections.
Section 1 was for riders on the lead rein over a course of 7 fences. ...read more

The second combined Science/Mathematics Fair was held last weekend. Many students enjoyed this chance to explore their own ideas and interests, with plenty of enthusiasm and a wide variety of projects on display ...read more

The Inside Out Project is a large-scale, global participatory art project that aims to make the faces of disenfranchised individuals more visible to their communities ...read more

Woman in Sudan: Breaking Barriers.
The third KICS Community Lecture held on Monday 11th to celebrate International Woman’s Day proved to be a wonderfully challenging and informative evening ...read more

Beach Ride Sunday March 10th

30 of the Sunday Riders enjoyed a gentle hack along the beach. We started and finished each ride from the garden and luckily enough there was a nice breeze to keep the temperature reasonable

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Visiting Author Donavan Christopher in the Senior Section

Donavan Christopher’s visit to KICS past at the speed of light. He moved around the sections with speed singing, sharing poetry, RAP and with Senior students taking part in  English and Drama classes ...read more

On Saturday  23rd February  friends  and former horse riding students of Christy Henchie met together at the KICS Riding Stables. Their purpose was to remember and celebrate Christy’s life and especially the 3 years she spent with us in Khartoum ...read more

What an exciting two months and a very busy fortnight for KICS Initiative " Realise the Dream".

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The KICS Tennis Academy hosted its first open tournament on the 1st and 2nd of February, 2013. Players from all over Sudan participated in this "Surprise Singles" fun event. The tournament had full courts outside and inside the gym with ten different age groups and 75 boys and girls in action. We witnessed some extremely competitive and exciting matches especially from the KICS Tennis Academy players including Rayyan,Yasin, Alia, Tom, Daan, Mark, Andrew and others boys and girls who excelled in the tournament despite a relatively short training programme. Congratulations to the winners - you deserve victory! It was a pleasure running the KICS Tennis Academy Tournament and I wish to thank the participants for making it such a successful event! Thanks also to Monsieur Philippe, Mr Christian and Ms Annie for helping out.


Antonio Shimelis - KICS Tennis Academy Coach


                



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