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Pupils

What are the best things about Kingswode Hoe School?

"The teachers...They help me to be independent...School trips...Staff help us...Meeting new people and making friends...Sports events...Clubs...It's fun...Lessons...The Cook!"

 

 Pupil Code of Conduct

Sports at Kingswode Hoe

Throughout the school we have a particularly strong sporting ethos. The school has a large tennis court area, a large playing field, and a gymnasium. A range of sports is played through the school year, with equal emphasis on individual skills and team games. Kingswode Hoe School is a member of MESSA (Mid Essex Special Schools Association) and the school has a variety of trophies gained from taking part in these inter-schools competitions.

Fantasy Fitness League

"Tada gan iarracht" Nothing without effort...

In conjunction with all of the sporting fixtures, we also run our own Fantasy Fitness League in which pupils can win prizes for being actively involved in sporting activities such as school clubs, PE lessons or pursuits outside of school.

We have increased the number of sporting school clubs on offer this year which now include rugby club, safari club (multi sports), MESSA club, dodgeball and football club. There really is something for everyone to stay active, healthy and have fun!

 

 

 

 

Extra-Curricular Lunchtime Clubs Programme

We run a wide range of clubs and activities to engage students, match their interests and extend their skills, encouraging positive social interaction.

For any further information, see Ms Wilson.

 

School Dinner Menu

Our school menu is updated each term and has a varied 3-week cycle.

 

 

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 School Council

We have an active, elected School Council with pupil representatives from each class involved in important decision making at Kingswode Hoe.

For more information please click on the link below to find out about our aims and objectives or visit our School Council page.

 

Out of School Activities

To enhance social and learning opportunities, many members of staff offer to run school clubs during the lunch break. These include art, dance, games, ICT, fitness and singing clubs. These activities change periodically so please check with staff for updates. 
Our after school and holiday clubs is run by ‘Interact’ separately from the school.

 

"I am impressed with pupils, teachers and all the staff! It was so nice to see your pupils so happy in your school and even to be able to contribute in it. Very inspiring teachers!!!!"

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