Buy-A-Brick campaign

Invest in our future & become part of our history

We are pleased to be offering the opportunity to have a brick inscribed with your name, or dedicated to a loved one, and installed in a brand new building at NKS. Your brick - and your dedication - will become part of the school’s new Creative Arts building for future generations to see! Click here for more information.

Once we have received your donation you will be issued with a certificate bearing your inscription and then when the Creative Arts Hub is constructed your engraved brick window or path slab will form part of the new spaces.

Remember we can claim Gift Aid too so we get back 20p in every pound raised!

The success of the Buy-A-Brick campaign so far

We are delighted to report that we have reached over £3,100 from our Buy-A-Brick Campaign which is a fantastic start on our journey to achieving our brand new Creative Arts building. This facility will unite the art, design, technology, music and ICT departments – as well as featuring a music recording studio.

The Creative Arts Centre will be positively impact on the learning experience of all our Students. It is well known that improvements to facilities increases productivity by 20%. The creative arts create solid foundations for a myriad of subjects and careers and we know the impact of this new centre will be far reaching for our school and the wider community.

Susanne Staab, Headteacher

The school will be able to bid for a substantial sum of this money via government sources but we have to show considerable support from our own community and friends first and so that is where we all come in. If you have not already done so please Buy-A-Brick and have your support dedicated for future generations to see.

“I am pleased to support the campaign as three generations of my family have attended AGS/NKS, starting with my father in 1946.  As he died in 2015 it seemed appropriate to purchase a brick in his memory. We have all benefitted from the education we received so this is a way of thanking the school.”

Christopher Hall (pupil of the school 1975-1980)

We are delighted to be able to announce too that we will be holding a Spring Ball in 2017 to raise funds for the Creative Arts Building… we look forward to welcoming you a fantastic evening of fundraising fun, music, eating, dancing and celebration.