Permanent Site

When we first proposed the school, our preferred site was the King Alfred’s leisure centre in central south Hove, which is the least served area in the city in terms of secondary schools. Hove is also one of the areas which will face a shortage of school places in the near future. It became apparent, however, that this site would not become available in the time frame needed for the school’s opening. The path to securing the site would also be difficult. We therefore began looking at other sites for King’s.

Temporary site, 2013 - 2016:

The council offered us the Sixth Form Centre in Portslade Old Village, and that is where our school opened in September 2013. The school will be based on this site for the first three years of its life.

It is a beautiful site with an impressive sea view to the south and St Nicolas’ church to the east. It has its own playing fields and is served by regular buses (1, 1A, 2 and 2A). The bus takes around 10-15 minutes from a central New Church Road location. Our address is: High Street, Portslade, BN41 2PG. 

However, the permanent site for our school will be at the West Blatchington Primary School site in Hove. The plan will be to complete the redevelopment of the site, resulting in a new building for West Blatchington Primary School and new buildings for King's School. Please click here for more information about our new site.

If you are interested in applying to King's School, please read our Admissions Policy and apply through Brighton and Hove City Council's coordinated schools admissions scheme


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