This is your one stop destination for all tools that will help you make the most of your child’s learning journey here at Kings’.
The Parent Portal is our tool for all parents to access instant, online, timely and secure student information. It offers you comprehensive remote monitoring of school reports, attendance and fees information from the home or office.
Early Essence is a live online system for the Early Years Foundation Stage which enables parents to track their child’s progress and attainment through video, photos, analysis and personalised comments.
The School Communicator is an app that will pop up on your computer every day to keep you up to date with all the News, Events and Documents, etc within the school. Click here to download.
For more information about Communicator please review the parent guide.
EPraise is an online praise and rewards system designed to motivate teachers and students within schools. It allows students to register and save up praise points they receive online, and then track their progress against other students, tutor groups, years and houses. To visit the site, click here
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Providing meaningful learning experiences for students, quality homework resources for teachers and powerfully simple homework management for leaders.
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India's star spinner Ravichandran Ashwin will be launching his new academy in Dubai. Budding cricketers in the UAE will get a chance to pick the brains of Ravichandran Ashwin on a regular basis after the all-rounder announced the launch of his new academy in Dubai. His Chennai-based GenNext Cricket Academy and Kings’ Schools have partnered together to form the GenNext Kings’ Cricket Academy which will provide a unique coaching programme designed by Ashwin himself for youngsters to take their game to the next level.
The UK government announced significant changes to the A level system in 2015; the first changes since 2000. The reform has seen the de-coupling of AS and A levels, in addition to the removal of coursework, resits and modular exams. The reforms have been carefully designed in consultation with universities in a bid to make A levels better preparation for University.
Rehman Asif Oomer can definitely be described as a bit of a numbers whiz. The Dubai student scored an impressive 'A*' in his GCSE mathematics exam. A year later, he secured a topper-worthy A** in a further mathematics paper, and come August, he's expecting good news again when his AS Level exam results come in.