Art Exhibition 2016


Kingsbury High School exhibited hundreds of pieces of artwork at its annual Art exhibition on Monday 27th June 2016.

An eclectic mix of art & design, photography, fashion, sculpture and illustration; from GCSE, A level and BTEC courses was on display at the private viewing held in the lower school’s art rooms.

KHS Art & Design Exhibition 2014


The Art Department at Kingsbury High School were proud to host its all new Art & Design Exhibition.

Students, staff, parents and visitors were welcomed with impressive displays in the art corridor and classrooms doors thrown open as gallery spaces. A huge number of attendees enjoyed the visual display of talented GCSE, BTEC and A Level Art and Photography students.

Ms Kincaid, Head of the Art Department said “Guests marvelled at the exciting array of skilful and thought provoking exhibits on display, and students have been able to discuss and draw from the exhibits, gaining invaluable inspiration for their own artwork.

We look forward to welcoming you all to this exciting annual event in years to come – watch this space!”

Pop-up Art Gallery


A pop-up gallery featuring student’s artwork has been set up in the upper school library.

The display will showcase pieces from BTEC and A level Art & Design courses and will be rotated periodically.

Currently on display in the upper school library is, Year 13 student, Khusali Pindolia’s coursework piece based on the seven deadly sins. She says “My work was largely inspired by Art Nouveau and elements of it can be seen in my work.”

National Students’ Art Exhibition 2013


Kingsbury High School Art & Design students will have the honour of seeing their work displayed in the Royal Society of British Artists, National Students’ Art Exhibition. The exhibition brings together work from the best young artists in the country alongside work from the most celebrated British artists.

Students’ work was submitted as part of a national competition which celebrates gifted & talented students from schools, colleges and academies. The work of Year 13 students, Meera Chauhan and Mohammad Afsharmoqaddam and Year 12 student Stephanie Tan was selected and will be exhibited at London’s prestigious Mall Galleries. Year 12 students, Asha Vekaria and Dharmisha Vekaria were commended for their work.

Nema Ferguson, Head of Art & Design said “We are really proud to have works by our students selected. Entrance is free so if you are in London this weekend please do drop in and see their wonderful work.”

The exhibition opens today (Tuesday 9th) and runs until Saturday 13th July 2013 between 10am to 5pm Tuesday – Friday and 10am – 1pm on Saturday.

The Art of Cooking

The Art of Cooking is the result of a student led project featuring recipes from around the world kindly donated by Kingsbury High School parents, carers, staff and students. The cook book was designed and illustrated entirely in school and was specially printed by Martin Lacey at People for Print through the kind support of Mayfair Sports and Kingsbury High School.

Key Stage 4 Coordinator for Art & Design, Jennifer Kincaid said “The aim of the book is to promote home cooking, healthy eating, and the bond that is created through cooking and eating together as a family.”

Ms Kincaid and student Zaenab Iqbal, who contributed a recipe for Afghan Cookies, presented school Library Manager, Josephine Woods, with two copies of the book for the school’s libraries. Ms Woods said “It is great to receive these books that combine three of my favourite things; art, reading and cooking. I’m sure our students will love them.”

The Art of Cooking was launched by contributing students at the school’s Kingsbury Coming Together event in June where copies sold like hot cakes!

The Art of Cooking is available for £5. To reserve your copy, please contact:

Art & Design Exhibition 2013

The Art department held its annual exhibition on Monday 24 June 2013. The exhibition featured work by A Level, BTEC and GCSE Art, Design and Photography students. We were delighted to see so many staff, parents and students enjoying the wonderful range of exciting work produced by our students. The standard of the painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and printmaking was extremely high with many parents and staff commenting on the quality of the work.

Thank you to all of the staff and students who worked so hard to make the exhibition such a success.

[artwork by KHS Students; text by Mr Taylor; artwork photography by Steve]