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224x135px_peaceTHE ARK PROJECT - ACTS OF RANDOM KINDNESS


Led by King's Islamic Society, the ARK project runs several projects throughout the year to help the vulnerable in the local community.

454x276px_child_bookCHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S HEALTH PARTNERSHIP


This partnership is unique in the UK and across Europe in its cross‐organisational, system‐wide, transformative and academically rigorous approach to improving child health services.

224x135px_palliativecareCICELY SAUNDERS INSTITUTE OF PALLIATIVE CARE, POLICY AND REHABILITATION

The Institute is the first purpose-built centre for research into palliative care, offering palliative care courses and other relevant resources.

224x135px_plasticCLEANING UP THE THAMES

Plastic pollution in our rivers, seas and oceans is one of our most urgent global environmental problems. Just one glance at the River Thames reveals this to be a an issue that is right on the university’s doorstep.

224x135px_dentalDENTISTRY OUTREACH

The Dentistry Outreach Team at King's provides free services for London state school students who are interested in pursuing a career in Dentistry.

224x135px_students04ENACTUS KCL

A unique student-run organisation, Enactus KCL believes in the power of commercial and social projects to transform the lives of people in need in local and international communities.

224x135px_peopleIMMIGRANTS OF SPITALFIELDS

Swadhinata Trust, Sandys Row Synagogue and Huguenots of Spitalfelds, with the support of the City of London Corporation and King's College London, celebrated Spitalfields' rich history.

224x135px_students07INTOUNIVERSITY

King's College London supports two IntoUniversity centres, in Brixton and Lambeth, to carry out programmes that provide young people with opportunities
to develop their potential and take responsibility for their future goals.

224x135px_k+K+

What will university life be like? What is the best course to apply for? Deciding whether to go to university can be a daunting decision, especially for students with no history of higher education in their family. K+ aims to help.

224x135px_legalandfreeKING'S LEGAL CLINIC

Law students at King’s College London are making the leap from knowing the law to practising the law in a ground-breaking move that enables them to serve the university’s wider communities.

224x135px_mathsschoolKING'S MATHS SCHOOL

King’s Maths School is a place where mathematics is brought to life for young people. Opened in 2014 and located in the heart of London, this state-funded school is run in partnership with King’s.

224x135px_children02jpgKING'S SCHOLARS

King's Scholars works with under-represented pupils, and their parents, from years 7-9  in Lambeth, Southwark and Westminster, aiming to see them go onto highly selective universities. 

224x135px_familyjpgKING'S SOMALILAND PARTNERSHIP

King’s Somaliland Partnership builds healthcare capacity by maximising the collaboration between health professionals and institutions in the UK and Somaliland.

224x135px_outreachformedicineOUTREACH FOR MEDICINE

Outreach for Medicine works with students from over 500 non-selective state schools in London, encouraging them to pursue careers in medicine and healthcare. 

454x276px_meetingSCHOOL GOVERNOR NETWORK

The Governor Network forms part of the university's widening participation strategy, looking to increase the numbers of university staff serving as governors in local schools and provide training to enhance their skills for the role.

224x135px_shakespeareSHAKESPEARE400

Shakespeare400 created a season of events during 2016 to celebrate 400  years of Shakespeare, demonstrating Shakespeare’s creative influence in national and global culture.

224x135px_girlandpenciljpgSHINE MENTORING

SHINE runs mentoring programmes in primary schools in the London Borough ~
of Southwark, enhancing the learning and development of children through proactive support and positive role models.

224x135px_smileSMILE SOCIETY

King’s College London's SMILE Society educate local children about keeping their teeth clean – and explain why dentists are nothing to be afraid of.

224x135px-strand_mapSTRANDLINES


Strandlines Digital Community explores  one of London’s most famous streets, the Strand. It combines materials from archives with writings by people with an interest in or association with the area.

224x135px_earth02TOOTING COMMON HERITAGE PROJECT

The project works in partnership with local community groups to monitor and improve biodiversity and habitats, conserve and restore heritage landscape and architecture, and uncover the hidden history of Tooting Bec Common.

224x135px_classroomUNIVERSITY SCHOOLS TRUST


King's College London is a trustee of the University Schools Trust, currently comprising two member schools located in two London boroughs, St Paul's Way Trust School in Tower Hamlets and Royal Greenwich Trust School.

224x135px-st-paulsVIRTUAL ST PAUL'S

The Virtual St Paul’s Cathedral Project enables us to experience worship and preaching at St Paul’s Cathedral and in Paul’s Churchyard as events that unfold over time and on particular occasions in the early seventeenth century.

224x135px_danceSTROKE ODYSSEYS

This Arts in Health design initiative, co-created by artists working with South London's stroke communities, develops voice and movement practices that reduce the anxiety and depression of those living with an altered image of themselves.

224x135px_students06THE BRILLIANT CLUB

This initiative delivers programmes of university-style tutorials to small groups of high performing pupils from schools in low-participation communities by recruiting, training and placing doctoral and post-doctoral researchers.

224x135px_schoolchildren_muralSOUTH LONDON CITIZENS

King's is working with South London Citizens, part of CitizensUK, to develop an after-school literacy programme with a primary school in Southwark.

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