"Pupils from a range of backgrounds thrive in this highly successful and inclusive school." 

(OFSTED 2018)
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“The school stands out for me as a place where my children can not only learn, but grow in a safe and friendly environment." Parent comment to Ofsted, 2018

Monday 24th February 2020 

A communication has gone out to parents/carers today (19th February 2020) confirming that we expect to be open to all students in Years 7 to 10 from Monday 24th February. Students should arrive at school for an 8:30am start as usual. Year 11 students will be sitting their mock examinations at the Portslade Baptist Church and a communication went out to parents/carers of students in Year 11 with the logistical arrangements for the forthcoming fortnight of exams. Thank you to all parents and carers for your support of the school over the last couple of challenging weeks. 

 

Grease production

We are aware that many students and their families are anxious for an update on plans for the school performance of ‘Grease’ which was scheduled to take place on 11th, 12th and 13th February. Please be assured that we are reviewing options for changing the performance dates, and we firmly believe that the show must go on! We will communicate to all parents/carers of performers, and to ticket holders, the revised rehearsal schedule and performance dates once these are confirmed, and we will be refunding ticket sales to any families who are unable to attend. Further information will be sent to parents/carers by email in due course.

  

2019 GCSE Exam Results

Well done to our outgoing Year 11 cohort, who have improved on the success of our founding cohort! 76% of students achieved a good pass in English and Maths, and the average grade per exam for our students was above a 5 (described nationally as a "strong pass"). Our core subjects again performed especially well with 87% in English and 83% in Maths at grade 4 or above and 25% of all grades were 9-7 We are also pleased to note some exceptional results for individual students, who we are confident will be among the top achievers nationally. Please click here to download Mrs Price's full statement on GCSE results. 

 

2018 Ofsted Inspection - "Pupils from a range of backgrounds thrive in this highly successful and inclusive school"

King's received a short one day Section 8 inspection on Wednesday 5th December. Please click here for the report on the school and here for Mrs Price's covering letter to parents. 

 

 

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