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At the start of term we welcomed Quinton Fortune to KICS. Quinton has represented South Africa in 2 World Cup Tournaments, played for Atletico Madrid and been capped 76 times for Manchester United. He spent the day at KICS coaching Primary and Senior students. The students had a fantastic time! more

 The Tom Gething Sports Hall was 'standing room only' for the 8th annual KICS Prizegiving Ceremony. It is always a joyful occasion as we recognise and celebrate the achievement of our students over the year. After being welcomed by the KICS Silver Band the ceremony open in earnest. This year the Board of Governors was delighted to honour long-serving KICS (and Hai El Matar) member of staff Mrs. Sally Sholgami with the task of presenting the prizes; a fitting tribute to over 20 years of loyal and dedicated service. more

This year's Seniors One Acts Theatre Festival went back to basics with student-driven projects and a small, intimate setting with the audience on the stage with the performers. The One Acts were all student organized, produced, acted, directed and (in some cases) written – and what performances we saw more

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. 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 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 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 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 more
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