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Achievements Galore

Our young poetess: Sejal Bhat


GCSE results are out and our KP children
have made us proud yet again!


Twin brothers, Vatsal Raina and Vyas Raina secured distinction grades with 12 A* (Vatsal) and 11A* both securing highest markes in the UK in 3 subjects each. Well done both of you!!

"The true happiness for a parent stems from the realisation that the children have surpassed them in their achievements. I walk a bit taller today on cloud nine as our twin sons have done us proud with their GCSE results. From singing 'Twinkle Twinkle little star' as a toddler to bringing 23 A* at GCSE as strapping young men, I am once again humbled by the kindness bestowed by God. Anyone out there who has twins would agree that twins bring twin pleasures!"
- Anita Sharma Raina, proud mother of the twins.





Tejas Kotwal, features on our website yet again with his 12 A* and 2 As. 

Very well done Tejas!! 



Prestigious Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar
for Asheish Nijhawan

"Feel humbled after receiving the prestigious Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar for theatre direction today at Agartala from His Excellency Governor of Tripura ................I express my gratitude to my Gurus and Teachers.This award is yours, not mine. I just implemented what you taught me." 
- Asheish Nijhawan, recipient of the prestigious award


Kotwals scale the heights of Mount Snowden, Wales





Well done to Kotwal family for having climbed up Mt. Snowden. Dr. Chandan Kotwal, Dr. Shafalica Bhan Kotwal and their sons Tejas and Tanishq succesfully completed the treacherous walk up Mt. Snowden in Wales.


"It's conquering one's doubts and focussing on our innate strength, that's the key challenge", says a proud Chandan Kotwal having completed the climb with his family. 



Tejas Kotwal (16 years), has won the Jack Petchey award for cricket .....It's a regional excellence award and his name was forwarded by his club.....You do us very proud Tejas!! The photo is from a previous award he received for his excellence in cricket. 







Anisha Safaya gets the team recognition award at her work place!! Way to go Anisha!!






Mridula Kaul took on a physical challenge despite battling with an excruciating ear infection, hectic work schedule and of course, KPCS kath bakwaas!! Well done for succesful completion of the 5 kms run in 42 minutes and for raising £455 for cancer research. We are all very proud of you Mridula and so are Niradh & little Anikka - look at them beam with joy and pride!









Nainika Tikoo has a double achievement at school to boast of!! She won the 3rd prize in the egg and spoon race and also received a certificate for being the most polite student in class. Keep it up Nainika! 

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