A high performing school with a Christian ethos

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Our School

King’s is an ecumenical Christian school, which actively encourages an understanding of Anglican and other mainstream Christian traditions.

Our four core Christian values are:

  • Love
  • Forgiveness
  • Respect
  • Responsibility

King’s School is committed to high academic standards and to educating the whole child. Every student at King’s is taught and supported so that they transition smoothly from primary school and make excellent academic progress from day one.

Download our prospectus. (please note that Mrs S Price was appointed Headteacher in January 2015)

Headteacher's News 

Easter Holidays

Happy Easter to all our students, staff, parents and friends! We look forward to seeing students back in school on Monday 13th April.

Latest Newsletter

Please see our latest Newsletter to find out what we've been up to this week!

The Purple Paper

Our hard working students have produced this term's edition of 'The Purple Paper' under the guidance of Mrs Reid. You can find it here. It's a great read! Thank you to all students involved and to Mrs Reid for their hard work. 

New Year 7 Admissions

Welcome Packs have been posted out to our new September 2015 admissions; we are very much looking forward to welcoming you to King's! We are aware that you will have been asked by the Local Authority to complete and return a 'Pupil Registration Form' to us. We would be most grateful if you could also complete our own school Data Collection Form. We have put together our Data Collection Form carefully to ensure that it provides us with all the information we need to enable a smooth transition. If possible, we would ask you to complete this form online - a link can be found here.

Students of the Week

This week's Students of the Week are...

Year 7: Billy Howells 7GL for consistently working hard across the curriculum. Well done Billy!

Year 8: Ella Simpson 8RB for consistent hard work and excellent participation in Maths lessons. Well done Ella!

 

 

 

 

 

Letters to Parents