The King's School Grantham

Isaac Newton's School

    Correspondence to Parents

    Correspondence to Parents
    • Year 7 Exam Week

      Thursday 23rd April - Friday 3rd May

    • Year 11 Subject Revision Sessions

      Please see the PDF for details

    • Year 11 Revision Booklet & Letter

      Please see the PDF for details

    • How to support your child using GCSEPod

      Please see the PDF for details

    • Dr Sigman Talk

      Monday 11th March 4.30pm - 6.00pm for Parents & Students

    • Yr 11 Parents' Evening

      Wednesday 6th March 4.15pm -7.15 pm

    • Yr 13 Mock Exams & Unconditional University offers

      Yr 13 Mocks and information for parents

    • Careers Talk on Medicine

      On Wednesday 6 February there will be a Careers Talk on Medicine between 4.30pm and 5.00pm in the Old School.  Parents and students are welcome to attend. 

    • Drug and Addiction Talk

      On Wednesday 30 January we have invited Simon Leigh to give a talk to parents on drugs and addiction. Simon qualified with a Masters Degree in Addiction Counselling and runs a private practice in Harley Street, London. 

      The talk is open to all parents and will take place in the Old School from 4.30pm – 6.30pm.  The evening presentation will discuss addiction, alcohol and drug use amongst young people. 

      Please return the reply slip or email the School Office by Monday 28 January if you would like to attend.  The evening talk is designed for parents and your son should not attend.

    • 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

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