Some words from our Head of School - Mrs Mincher. It was great to see our fantastic new year group settling in so quickly.
Some lovely words from one of our Year 7 Tutors - Mrs Van Den Broecke 'My first impressions of Year 7 is their resilience and politeness. Nothing has phased my tutor group, they have done exactly what is asked of them with energy and confidence.&
Wow – what an amazing first day our Year 7s have had.
We are welcoming back our students back on Tuesday 4th September 2018. We are really looking forward to seeing our previous cohorts and our brand new Year 7s.
Just to confirm:
Students and staff at Kingsmead are celebrating fantastic 2018 GCSE results. These reflect a significant improvement in both attainment and progress. Students have ‘blown us away’ with their achievem
Maria Mincher (Head of School) comments, "We are all proud of the outstanding achievement of our students and the tremendous effort our teachers have put in. We are particularly pleased to share that the emphasis on challenge and academic ri
The GCSE results are published this Thursday. This is the first year where the vast majority of exams follow the new 9-1 grading system. It has been shared widely on the news and social media that this change and the large increase in the number of exam
Opening exam results is a nerve wracking and emotion charged event. Students today at Kingsmead were able to do so knowing they had tried hard and received strong support from staff and parents. They should be proud of the end result as the majority of
Kingsmead are celebrating their best ever A level results ever with 100% pass rate. The increase in results has been achieved by the hard work of students, staff, parents and governors with a relentles
Some of our Y7 students attended the Joe Hart Soccer Tournament this week and what a fantastic week they've had!
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We certainly couldn't have asked for better weather for this years sports day and the sunshine definitley had a positive effect on the wonderful sportsmanship our students showed one another. The overall winners of the day were the ever competitive Littleton