At The King’s School we endeavour to serve the local community by developing a learning environment based on high expectations, shared goals and strong partnerships. We encourage all members to develop their full potential in a caring environment where opinions are valued and achievement is celebrated.
At The King’s School we seek to offer a curriculum that is broad and balanced and appropriate to all students irrespective of gender, ethnicity, belief, levels of ability or disability and social, cultural or economic background.
Our curriculum includes all the timetabled lessons together with various extra-curricular activities that are organised to enrich each student’s experience. It also includes the hidden curriculum: what the children learn from the way that they are treated and expected to behave.
During the course of the academic year, student progress is tracked and monitored regularly and in a timely manner. These will form interim progress reports for every student, every term. These provide information on students’ commitment to learning, behaviour and homework. Details of involvement in extra-curricular activities are also included. At the end of each year, a summative grade will be reported.
In Years 7-10, tutors write a report once a year which will be detailed and substantial, including comments about academic progress, personal qualities and involvement in the tutor group, contributions to House and extra-curricular activities and strategies for further development if relevant.
Year 12 and 13 students receive a written report from each of their subject teacher which will include comments on knowledge, understanding, subject specific skills, attitude to work, attendance and punctuality.
Further details of our curriculum can be found in our Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting, Homework, Literacy and Numeracy Policy.