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As some of you may be aware there is a small group of final year King Arthur's students travelling to Kenya after their exams for a month. We have been desperately trying to raise money, each student having to raise £4000 in total.
Staff and students at King Arthur's School, Wincanton, are reeling from a spate of thefts that have taken place after school hours, but CCTV images taken during the break-ins may help to identify the thief. Do you recognise this man?
Half way through his first year as Head Teacher at King Arthur's, Wincanton's secondary school, Chris Beech is interviewed for the Window.
For two nights only the musical 'Annie' will be performed at King Arthur's school by students aged 9-15. Children from some of the local primary schools and King Arthur's will be in the cast.
We invite everyone from the area to come and look around our school, meet the staff and current students at King Arthur's Open Evening on Thursday 27th September. Chris Beech, the school's new Headteacher, will give a presentation at 7.30pm.
As King Arthur's embarks on a new academic year the school can look forward with continuing confidence, as this summer it recorded its best ever examination results.
By popular demand, King Arthur's will be incorporating a Fun Dog Show into its annual Summer Fete on Friday 29th June, from 6.00 - 8.00pm. All the usual favourites, too! Come along - free entry!
King Arthur's nomination of Mr Steve Lafferty from Wincanton was approved by the Olympic committee and he ran his short stretch early on the 22nd May in Taunton. Afterwards, students queued for photos with Steve and the Olympic Torch.
It's time to call King Arthur's and enter your team (funny and cryptic team names are most welcome!) for their annual quiz night on Thursday 29th March.
The Governors of King Arthur's Community School, Wincanton, are pleased to announce the appointment of the new Headteacher for September 2012.
Every year the Year 11 students at King Arthur's throw a party for the Senior Citizen's of the Wincanton community as part of their Citizenship studies. This year, on December 15th, the eighty guests all had a lovely time.
Since half term there has been a lot of sporting activity at King Arthur's with some fabulous results…