Assembly Address by Mr King, Head Master of Leicester Grammar School (27.4.12)
On Friday 27th April, Mr Chris King, Head Master of Leicester Grammar School, gave an assembly address. He relayed to the school his exciting weekend which took place in Cumberland Lodge, in Windsor Great Park, where he was training other teachers.
On the Sunday, he went to chapel where the Queen attended her usual weekend service there and everyone sang ‘happy birthday’ to her then, afterwards, he had the chance to have a conversation with her. He told us that the Queen had visited over 130 countries, how much affection she had for her family and the great amount of service she had given to the country over her 60 year reign.
He asked us to think about our future and that, whilst growing up, we should look to our families and do what we can for them, try to do something for our country, which starts in school, our community and charity work and, finally, to connect with the rest of the world to be successful in life.