We are excited to announce the Year 6 scholarship offers that have been awarded for the next academic year, in which the children did incredibly well and they are all to be congratulated on their fantastic performances. King’s St Alban’s pupils performed with great credit in the King’s School scholarship tests, achieving 4 academic scholarships, 2 of which included a Music Exhibition or Joint Music Scholarship. A total of 9 All Rounder Awards were achieved, including one joint with Maths and Music Exhibitions. We were delighted to see one Music Scholarship Award and one English Exhibition. All in all, this a commendable round of scholarship offers awarded and we are delighted for all the children.
This really is an outstanding year for King’s St Alban’s, and, in the process, demonstrates the success of our remote learning programme which has now been in place for nearly a full year. Well done to all involved and especially to the children’s dedicated teachers for their fabulous work with our King’s St Alban’s pupils over the years. At King’s Worcester, we passionately believe that talent, commitment and good character should always be recognised and rewarded and we are proud of what we offer in terms of Scholarships and Awards.
“This is a wonderful achievement by many of our impressive Year 6 children. I am delighted for all fifteen children who have gained an award to ‘Big King’s.’ This is a testament to their hard work, resilience and consistent approach in a most competitive field and in such a challenging year. We are very proud of them and indeed all our Year 6 children. I also think this says a lot about our children’s positive outlook and reflects all the work we have done about growth mindset for many years. A King’s St Alban’s education is about many things and this news confirms that academic ambition and excellence are key components of it. It also confirms that our children have made super progress during lockdown and I thank them all, and their teachers, for their hard work and their parents for the ongoing support.” Mr Chapman, Head.