Music Festival – May 2024

We are delighted to be have been accepted in the British & International Federation of Festivals for Music, Dance & Speech and will host the Kimichi Competitive Music Festival this May. KCMF is accepting entries for the following classes: Vocal Strings …

Award Winning Student!

On Friday 28th April saw the inaugural Inspirational Youth Awards take place at the Eastside Rooms in Birmingham. With over 400 nominations and 40,000 votes, the finalists were invited to the award ceremony which celebrated the inspirational youth of the …

Autism Acceptance Month and why you shouldn’t Light it up Blue

Happy autism “awareness” month everybody! If you are reading this and you happen to be autistic, congratulations! For the duration of this month, and this month only, the world is aware of your existence! It’s time to celebrate and – …

Deputy & Head of Science: Debut Children’s Book Published

Chris Passey, from the West Midlands, has had his debut book Millie’s Socks published by Olympia and Bumblebee Books.

Students Strike: Rent Reductions Demanded

With all the strikes you see in the news, it is only inevitable that yet another will pop up after enough time passes. If I was to write an article for every new strike we got, I feel I would …

Head & Deputy Awarded Fellowship Status

HEAD & DEPUTY AWARDED FELLOWSHIP STATUS BY CHARTERED COLLEGE OF TEACHING Sally Alexander MBE and Chris Passey awarded Fellowship of the Chartered College of Teaching (FCCT) Fellowship recognises significant contribution of teachers and leaders to the profession Most prestigious membership …

The Infamous 11 Bus Route

If any of my readers are familiar with the 11 “outer circle” bus route, I’m sure you have all experienced cramped bus rides and overly long wait times on your daily commute. Such was the day when I got onto …

Snow Shortage on the Alps!

Picture yourself in my shoes, dear readers. It was early morning and I had begrudgingly woken myself up feeling as if I had slept four hours instead of twelve. Ignoring my questionable sleep schedule, I decided the best form of …

London Trip – December 2022

Back in December, GCSE geography pupils and those studying Parliament in topic went to London for a curriculum focus trip. The visit was to focus on evolution, global cities, and Parliament as our seat of government in this country.   …

KSO Visits Prague – October 2022

It was a cold and dark night as 35 musicians drove into the car park at Kimichi school, unloaded their instruments and warmed themselves with a cup of tea before getting on a coach to drive to London. Kimichi Symphony …