Fluency is mastered through constant exposure to and interaction with a language and its users on
a daily basis. At Kings, over your long term course, we will guide you through this process towards
greater fluency and command of the language.
Free lectures and learning workshops
Weekly afternoon lectures and workshops are open to all students. Examples include:
Giving a presentation
Thinking in English
Writing a personal statement
Global Citizenship workshop
Mock IELTS speaking interviews
Club and societies
A great way to make new friends and develop your language skills. Examples include:
Conversation Club: informal group conversation club
Model UN Club: learn about international politics and contemporary world problems whilst developing negotiation and collaboration skills
Spanish Club: beginner level Spanish language club for students who want to improve fluency and learn about Spanish
Latin American culture
Cooking Club: improve your culinary skills with fellow classmates and Kings staff, picking up specific food and drink related vocabulary as you go
English Through Arts and Crafts Club: practise key skills such as life drawing, and learn new techniques while also enjoying time being creative
Chess Club: exercise your brain and develop your logic and memory skills through playing chess and discussing strategy
Current Affairs Club: a discussion group for students interested in current news stories and events from around the world.
Debating Society: participate in debates and develop your group conversation and presentation skills, as well as the ability to build a strong argument in English
Photography Club: provides a fun introduction to professional level photography and editing software for students of all levels
Join the Student Council in the UK
The Student Council is your opportunity to represent the student views and voice in the school:
Share your views with school staff on a variety of topics
Organise school events, such as fundraising activities and end-of-year parties
Develop sought-after skills for university and beyond, including people management, negotiation skills and decision-making
Embrace college life in the US
In the US you can develop your communication skills by mixing with American students.
You can also audit or observe degree classes and lectures as well as joining in college campus events and activities.