Report by Matt Frost, Teacher of Religious Studies
On Wednesday 4th December, KPS Sixth Form made their way to the Natural History Museum ice rink in what is becoming an annual tradition. The trip marks the end of the longest, darkest, coldest term, and a chance to welcome in the Christmas season. Due to such a culturally diverse Sixth Form, we get students on the ice who have never been before, as well as seasoned Scandinavian skaters whizzing round the tree. Congratulations to the students for reaching the end of term. We hope you enjoyed yourself on the ice and have a lovely break.