The Friends

The main aims of The Friends’ Association are to fundraise and friendraise for the College.

The Friends’ Committee organise a number of events during the year for parents, friends and students. These include the Fine Art Sale, the Ladies' Lunch, the Headmaster's Garden Party, and the Saturday winter Sports Café.

Profits raised from Friends’ events are used to support a wide range of both long and short-term projects, which benefit current and future students.

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    The Friends' Committee

    The Friends' Committee organises a number of events during the year for parents, friends and students to support a range of projects that benefit current and future students.


    Friends' FAQs

    The Friends welcome inquiries from any parents interested in becoming more involved with the school. Answers to some of the most common queries can be found in our FAQ section, and please don't hesitate to contact us should you wish to know more.

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    Become a Friends' Volunteer

    The Friends would love to hear from you if you are interested in helping out the Association on a voluntary basis.

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    Friends' Annual Reports and Financials

    The 2016 Friends' Annual Report is now available to view online. Through the generosity and commitment of the King’s College community and facilitated by the events run by The Friends, we have supported many initiatives across the school, as detailed in our latest report.

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    Become a Sponsor of the first ever King’s College cookbook

    Our first cookbook, representing a collection of recipes that encapsulates the spirit of King’s, will be a high quality, limited print run publication to be launched in Term 1, 2018. Dine with King’s will take pride of place in our community’s kitchens and represents a fantastic opportunity for advertisers to have exposure for years to come.

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    Funding from the Friends

    The Friends’ encourage applications from individuals in the King’s community and staff of King’s College to fund new initiatives that benefit students of King’s College.