The King's School Grantham

Isaac Newton's School

    Correspondence to Parents

    Correspondence to Parents
    • Samaritans Presentation


      The Samaritans will be delivering a parent presentation on Thursday 10 January in the Old School from 5.00pm- 5.45pm.

    • Letter to all Parents - Term Dates 2019-2020


      Please see attached PDFs.

    • Exam information for parents of Year 11 to 13


      Please see the PDF for details

    • Christmas Jumper Day


      Whole School correspondence letter for Christmas Jumper Day 14th December 2018

    • Year 9 Options Evening


      Correspondence to parents - Year 9 Options Evening

    • Careers Talk 12th December


      Please return the reply slip by 10th December

    • Year 10 Parents' Evening


      Tuesday 4th December 4.15pm -7.15pm

    • Year 11 Mock Examination Booklet & Letter


      Please download the Year 11 Mock Examination Booklet to find out topics to be included in the examinations and revision strategies. 

    • Year 7 Creative Approaches to Learning


      Year 7 Creative Approaches to Learning is scheduled for Monday 19th November from 5.00pm -5.45pm.  Please see the PDF for details.

    • Term 1 Newsletter


      Term 1 2018-19 Newsletter
    • Year 11 Mock Examinations & Sixth Form Options Evening


      Mock Examinations will take place from Monday 3rd December until Friday 7th December.

      The Options Evening is scheduled to take place on Thursday 15th November from 6.30pm - 8.30pm for current students.  Prospective students are invited to attend an introductory talk at 5.30pm. 

    • Careers Talk - Engineering in the RAF


      A Careers Talk on Engineering opportunities in the RAF will take place in the Old School on Wednesday 10 October from 4.30pm - 5.00pm.  Anyone interested in attending should return the reply slip to the School Office.  Please download the attachment for more information.

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