Information for students and the King's community during the school's general closure as a result of COVID19. 


Please click here for Brighton and Hove City Council's online referral form for vulnerable residents at this time. Types of help available include: Finding help with grocery shopping and collecting prescriptions; Emergency foodbank referrals; and support for those feeling lonely in self-isolation. 

Please click here for an update from local domestic abuse and sexual abuse support services. 


Worship and pastoral resources


Today's resources

Worship: Please click here for our Easter Worship resource.

Pastoral- 3rd April- Here is something to keep you occupied over the Easter Holidays. Have fun building! 30 day LEGO challenge.


Please use the links below to access regular worship and pastoral resources for your childResources from previous days/weeks can be found by scrolling down the page.


Worship resources (updated weekly)

We have set up a email address.  If you have specific things you would like someone to pray for over the coming weeks, please send an email to this address and we will ensure our prayer team are praying for you.

We will also be publishing a weekly worship resource. Please click on the theme of the week to download the resource.

 Worship week commencing 30th March: Courage

 Worship week commencing 23rd March: Generosity 




Pastoral resources (updated weekly)

  • 2nd April- With Easter coming up we often have trips out as families. That’s not possible at the moment so why not watch live cams at the zoos. Here are a couple to try:

  • 1st April- Are you feeling like you are not in control of what’s going on? Setting yourself a goal and achieving it will give you a sense of control and purpose – think about things you want or need to do that you can still do at home. It could be watching a film, reading a book or learning a new skill. 

  • 31st March: Taking sometime today, think about 10 things that you are grateful for. This is a very uncertain time we are all in but focusing on the positives around us helps us to become more positive. When we choose to think about the good we are giving less power to the negative thoughts. Maybe try it as a family and have them written down where everyone can see them. Today I am grateful for the sunshine!- Mrs Gamon.

  • 30th March:  Brain Break breathing:  Lie back gently on the floor with your feet out in front of you. Place your hands on your stomach. Breathe in through your nose and feel your hands rise up. As you slowly exhale, feel your hands go back down. Pretend that your stomach is waves in the ocean and your hands are a sailboat. Each time you breath in the sailboat goes up on the waves and each time you breath out the sailboat goes down on the waves. Repeat.

  • 27th March: Over the next few weeks, every time you want to do something but you can’t, write it down and put it in a jar or pot. Once we are allowed out again you can go through one by one and really appreciate everything we used to take for granted, and of course do these things!

  • 26th March: Are you feeling cooped up? Take a look at this website for some virtual tours of museums:

  • 25th March If you are feeling a bit panicked at the moment read this article to understand the feelings you may be having:

  • 24th March Please click for our 'guide to surviving self isolation

Safety and well-being resources 


Please use the links below to access safety and well-being resources for you and your child. Links for parents can be found below the student guidance. 


Resources for students 

Is there someone I can talk to?  I’m feeling a little worried.

Yes there is.  If you would like to have an email conversation with someone in the school’s pastoral team (this would include Mrs Gamon, Ms Findon, Mr Walker, Ms Lowney or Mrs Price) you should use your school email address (wherever possible) and send an email to

Your email will be read and we’ll aim to reply within 2 working days, although it may be longer if staff are not available. Please be assured that we will, however, reply as soon as we are able. 

You might also want to use one of these services:


What should I do if I’m worried about my immediate safety, or the immediate safety of someone else?

If you are concerned that you, or someone you know, is not safe, please email You will receive an email reply. 

If it is a young person whose safety is a concern, the following services could be helpful:


Front Door for Families:


For parents and carers 

We understand that this is a difficult time for students and their families and will try to provide useful resources to help families manage the school closure period. If you would like to recommend any services or publications for inclusion in this list, please email


Support with anxiety and disruption

Click here for our guide on helping students manage unsettling times such as school closures. 

Use the links below for guidance on supporting your child with anxiety:


Talking about Covid-19

Click here for NHS guidance on handling conversations around Covid-19.

Click here for advice from SafetyNet on talking about Covid-19, safeguarding and supporting your child's learning at home. 


Click here for resources to help keep your child safe online.  


External support services

Please click here to view a list of possible services you may find helpful, including organisation who can support or offer advice relating to food, health and money.