Kingston Church of England Secondary School was successfully approved in to pre-opening in spring 2020. The support of our local community was essential – and we thank local parents, carers and community members for that sustained support.
The school will add to the quality of educational provision in the borough and offer further parental choice.
The secondary school will be an inclusive, non-selective 11-16 CoE secondary school with 900 places. The school also intends to host a Specialist Resource Provision for 20 pupils who have social communication needs and autism.
The reason why the proposed school will be 11-16 years only is that the Department for Education will no longer approve new post-16 mainstream places due to the national accessibility to such provision.
The school will provide 180 places per year for children aged 11 to 16 and is expected to open for its first Year 7 cohort in 2024.
Kingston Church of England Secondary School will be free to attend and will be highly inclusive, have a distinctive Christian character and will offer its students the opportunity to grow and develop within a broad and balanced curriculum framework under-pinned by Christian values.
A Statutory Proposal Consultation which is part of the school’s pre-opening process will take place in early 2021 and details will be announced on this website soon.
If you are a parent of a child for whom you would consider Kingston Church of England Secondary School please register your interest here.
Kingston Church of England Secondary School Team