The future of business is at Kitebrook...

What a fantastic week the children had creating and running their various businesses during Young Enterprise Week at Kitebrook.  Various charities chosen by the children will be lucky enough to have a share of profits made, which were an amazing £1,921.  Well done to all the fantastic businesses and their enterprising teams!  Special congratulations to Year 2 ‘Kitebrook Greenhouse’ for winning the trophy for Best Business.

Prue Leith at Kitebrook...

Chef, Prue Leith, of Great British Bake Off fame visited Kitebrook Preparatory School and was delighted to receive a cake baked especially for her by its Boarders.  Ms Leith also received a jar of marmalade made by the Year 7 class who will also be entering a jar into the 'World's Original Marmalade Awards'.  The children of Kitebrook were enthralled by the famous chef's stories of her over 40 year career with food, and certainly they have been inspired to cook more at home with their parents.  A fantastic and rare opportunity for the school and it's pupils!

New Headmaster...

Mr Millett, a year 4 pupil from Kitebrook Preparatory School has acted as 'Head for the Day' at the school. Mr Millet, 8 years old, was interviewed by Kitebrook's BBC Young Reporters and will also appear on Cotswold TV.  His day was spent holding staff meetings including an appraisal, leading morning assembly, reviewing school documents and touring the school.  Seated at 'Top Table' in the Dining Hall, Mr Millett said "I am proud to be Kitebrook's Headmaster and I hope everyone thought I did a good job."  Both pupils and staff agreed that Cameron Millett lead the school with great professionalism and enthusiasm.

Star performance at theatre...

A Kitebrook pupil is performing at this year's panto at Chipping Norton Theatre. Tilly Ross auditioned to take part in the performance of Sleeping Beauty last October against some stiff competition. This is her first performance and she is delighted to be a part of the production. The production's staff say her dedication and enthusiasm has certainly contributed to the overall success of the panto. Photo credit Josh Tomalin.

Harvest Festival October 2017

Kitebrook has been inspired by the spirit of the Harvest Festival.  We have been thankful for our many blessings and have encouraged acts of charitable kindness. There has been a very creative Scarecrow making competition and a harvest produce sale held after our Harvest celebrations on the veranda overlooking our wonderful grounds.  The money raised from this sale has been donated to a charity nominated by our School Council.

Kitebrook listed in Tatler's Schools Guide!

Dear Kitebrook Parents,

We are only just into the second week of a new school year and already we have praiseworthy news to celebrate. Kitebrook has won a silver award from the Primary Geography Quality Mark, recognising our work in raising the standards of Geography teaching and learning for our children. I am also extremely delighted to announce that we have been selected as one of the featured schools in Tatler. It was a privilege for me to join other Heads of selected schools at the ceremony held at the Landmark London Hotel this week and it was indeed a proud moment for our school. Kitebrook Preparatory School is now listed in this year’s Tatler Schools Guide 2018 as one of the best independent schools in the country. Three cheers for our school and well done, Kitebrook!

With best wishes, Susan McLean