We welcome our first UK Academy with a Tea Party in honour of the Queen’s 90th Birthday

20th June 2016

King’s and the Queen unite at Lyndhurst Junior School for her 90th Birthday.

 

Lyndhurst Junior School in Portsmouth has recently chosen King’s Group Academies as its educational partner. To celebrate the alliance, the school hosted a very special tea party in honour of Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday.

The party offered the school the opportunity to officially celebrate its partnership with the prestigious educational institution; King’s Group Academies.

On the 21st April, Lyndhurst Junior School Academy hosted a very special tea party in honour of Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday. The event was the perfect occasion to launch the official partnership of the school with King’s Group. The prestigious educational institution currently has schools across the UK, Spain and South America and was founded in 1969 by Sir Roger Fry, who is Portsmouth born and educated.

Lyndhurst Junior School has chosen the Multi-Academy Trust King’s Group Academies as its educational partner for their extensive international expertise. The school will benefit not only from King’s Group’s well-established knowledge in the educational field, but also from its distinctive global approach, which will expand the pupils’ horizons and allow them to connect with over 4,500 students and specialised teachers from all over the world.

 

About Lyndhurst

Lyndhurst School was built in the early Twentieth Century and catered for both senior boys and girls. When the British education system was re-organised in 1975, a middle school was established and the building became home to Lyndhurst Middle School, catering for boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 12.

On the 1st January 1994 the school was incorporated as a self – governing Grant Maintained School and in September of that year the school changed character to become Lyndhurst Grant Maintained Junior School, catering for pupils between the ages of 7 and 11. Most recently, in April 2013, the school changed once more and re-opened as Lyndhurst Junior School (Academy).