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School life

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School rules

The School recognises that character is developed through good discipline but that this needs to be handled in a way that preserves relationship. Teachers are therefore encouraged to handle disciplinary matters in a way that helps improve pupils understanding of good behaviour. Our School has five main rules which are designed to help everyone in the community focus on memorable broad objectives.

  • Honour God by taking every opportunity to do your best
  • Treat others with kindness, consideration and respect
  • Follow instructions without arguing
  • Avoid all inappropriate physical contact
  • Be on time & equipped for every activity

“Pupils behave in an exemplary fashion, both in lessons and in less structured time. They exhibit strong attributes of friendliness and care for each other and maintain excellent relationships with the adults in this small community where each person is well known. Staff treat pupils with respect and this is reciprocated with good manners and rapport, creating a very positive environment. Pupils understand the need for rules which are simple and clear and they follow them positively. They show no tolerance for bullying or poor behaviour and understand the importance of forgiveness and kindness when mistakes have been made. Relationships between pupils are accepting and supportive.”

ISI Report, January 2023

4th September to 17th December 2024 (1pm end of day)
Autumn term
24th October - 1st November 2024
October half-term
6th January to 4th April
Spring term
Monday 6th January 2024
Inset day
14th to 24th February 2024
February half-term
Tuesday 25th February 2024
Inset day
22nd April to 16th July 2024
Summer term
26th to 30th May 2024
May half-term
"Anyone considering The King’s School for their children, will be making the best decision they have ever made for their academic, spiritual, emotional and social growth. Both my children attended the school and I have no doubt that the environment and staff played a key role in their development to encounter and thrive in the world."

Mrs Pole

"My son joined The King’s School in Year 2. The teachers, right from the start, identified his needs and made recommendations to assist him – provided us with guidance and support throughout, which made such a huge difference to my son who needed both behavioural and educational support"

Mrs Hamilton

"We've been part of The King’s School family for 7 years. We've seen our children grow in stature, maturity and their own personal faith. At no other school will you ever be given a prophetic word or verse of Scripture for your child! They're loved, cherished and valued by ALL the staff as if they were their own children."

Mrs Boxall

"The King’s School has been a huge blessing to us and our children. They love learning here, they love the teachers, they love the atmosphere. We’d recommend it to anyone."

Mr Hicks

"The King’s School's been an amazing experience for not only our children, but for our entire family. The school welcomed our family when we moved to the area, other parents and children were incredibly supportive and kind, and we instantly felt at home."

Mrs Shergill

"The King’s School is beautiful, inside and out! Every day our daughter learns so much more than just phonics and maths, she learns who she is and what she can do as an individual, and this school not only allows her to do this but encourages and supports her in every aspect."

Mrs Price

"The King's School is incredible. The staff are amazing and really care about & know all the children so well. Our girls have come on in leaps & bounds since joining. We love the atmosphere and the whole ethos. Couldn't imagine them being anywhere else now. "

Mrs Mullane

"Fantastic School. I have 1 in senior in his last year, and 2 in primary. The communication between staff and parents is very good. The kindness shown by staff throughout the primary school clearly inspires the pupils to emulate this towards each other. Highly Recommended."

Mr Gordon