‘This popular school is a harmonious environment where pupils learn how to be successful in modern Britain.’ Ofsted 2017
Kingsdale is Outstanding in every area (Ofsted 2017) and presents exceptionally rich opportunities to challenge students of all abilities including providing options to study Latin, Economics and Psychology.
There is also the choice to learn two languages from the start of Year 7 for gifted & talented linguists.
Kingsdale attracts many able students and operates a diverse, expansive curriculum to meet the particular needs and aspirations of all of our students and their families.
The school offers a wide variety of academic subjects including 4 or 5 optional courses selected by each child in addition to co-curricular activities every day.
‘The curriculum is broad and balanced, supporting pupils’ outstanding outcomes because of the chance pupils have to be successful in a range of subjects.’ Ofsted 2017
Kingsdale is rated as a very high performing non-selective school for attainment nationally at Key Stage 4 and has a very impressive record of being one of the foremost schools, in the Local Authority, for outcomes at Key Stage 5 with some truly outstanding academic results.
The school has one of the best pupil to teacher ratios of any mainstream secondary school in South London and average class sizes are normally approximately 20 across core subjects.
‘’Pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding because of the care and attention that staff pay to making pupils’ time in school productive and safe.’ Ofsted 2017
Subsidised excursions to amazing destinations such as Malaysia, Namibia, Brazil, the USA and the French Alps are scheduled to resume this year!
Kingsdale is a dynamic, remarkably popular and progressive school that has invested over £30m to develop an award-winning educational learning environment.
For further information, please visit: www.kingsdalefoundationschool.org.uk
Pictures: Kingsdale Foundation School
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