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Double Outstanding

25th January 2023 | Business, Schools

It's a double outstanding for Kibworth for The Hunny Nurseries! The Hunny Bee in Kibworth Paget Street, is the sister setting to The Hunny Hive Smeeton Road. The Hunny Bee on Paget Street has joined in with celebrations as they were inspected in November and held on to their outstanding grading!

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Kibworth Mead Academy

Kibworth Mead Academy, charitable activity

23rd January 2023 | Schools

At Kibworth Mead Academy we seek every opportunity to develop our young people so that they become successful, confident and responsible young people equipped with academic qualifications as well as the personal and social skills to enable them to make a positive difference to their community and the wider world.

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The Daw Is Still Open

23rd January 2023 | Schools

2023 is the 664th anniversary of a charter involving Robert Chapman of Kibworth Harcourt and Roger de Stanesby of Smeeton Westerby which is highly relevant to dating one of England’s oldest schools at Kibworth Beauchamp. 

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The vision - every school in the UK ‘a prayed-for school’

23rd January 2023 | Churches, Schools

The Schools Prayer Network (SPN) began when Michael Philip, a peripatetic music teacher, saw the power of prayer in school first hand. After experiencing vandalism at a school, one of the children in the Christian Union decided to pray about it. The vandalism stopped almost straight away. Michael felt that if prayer had this effect in one school, it could have similar effects in other schools. 

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Kibworth Mead Academy Dec 22

19th December 2022 | Schools, Sport

It has been an action packed term of sport at Kibworth Mead Academy. Mr Hill settled in as the new Head of PE, a virtually all new PE department inspired a new dawn of sporting success and participation.

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Leicester High School for Girls

Leicester High School for Girls - November 2022

14th November 2022 | Schools

I understand that, especially given current pressures, the cost of funding independent education may seem out of reach for many parents. However, many independent schools, including LHS, provide funding support for potential families which can help to bridge the gap. Last year alone, ISC independent schools provided £464 million in means-tested bursaries and scholarships, demonstrating schools’ commitment to helping children of all backgrounds thrive during their time in education.

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