The Heads of School visited the Pre-Preparatory School today for Assembly and talked to the children about their time in the Pre-Prep. and how the HEART of King’s should be at the centre of all we do, and how these core values of the School have helped them thrive and make the most of their time at King’s.

Christopher N shared his journey from a Pre-Preparatory School pupil to Head Boy at King’s. Head Girl Elizabeth C spoke about the importance of the school motto to ‘play hard, work hard and take care of each other’. Deputy Head Chloe S shared how important it is to follow your passions, and how King’s has supported her passion for netball.

The assembly was not just an opportunity for our younger pupils to see what lies ahead but also a reminder of the values at the HEART of our King’s community.


After the Assembly, the Heads visited classes in the Pre-Preparatory School to answer questions. Some of the pupils were much more eager to try on their blue robes though!

Head Girl Elizabeth C with Eloise (3J)

Kudos to the Pre-Preparatory School Choir for their rendition of Jazzy Beats with the support of their friends from the King’s Rochester Preparatory School.

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