Sixth Form pupils transform community space

Earlier this month a team of 11 Kingham Hill Sixth Formers volunteered in Chipping Norton to help renovate a classroom space for local children to use.

Livia, Tom, Julien, Lucy, Negar, Ana S, Talia, Kade, J'Naya, Dan and Alex all gave their free time to work with town coordinator Emma Kennedy to paint and transform a rundown and dark classroom into a room that will become a space for children in Chipping Norton to have time out and receive support.

The School are incredibly proud of the hard work our pupils put in to assist Emma, who was hugely grateful and impressed with the dedication, enthusiasm and servant hearts of the team.

Our team of Sixth Formers were very pleased to be able to help support the community. Mrs Helena Berkeley, Head of Sixth Form, commented on the activity, "I am so proud of these Sixth Formers - this is why we do what we do: to watch pupils grow academically but, more importantly, in character and attitude. They represented KHS impeccably and they were a real credit to us and also to the Founder."

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