Kingsmead Primary School
Our School Vision is that all children will become global citizens we can be proud of; young people who make a positive contribution by caring for themselves, other people and the environment.
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A very warm welcome to Kingsmead Primary School. A place where we have been 'caring for ourselves, other people and the environment' since 2004.
This is my first year as Headteacher but I have been part of the school's journey since it was built in 2004. I feel very privileged and proud to be part of such a wonderful school and am looking forward to working with all of the children, staff and families to continue to grow the school from strength to strength. As a school we aim to work together in partnership with parents, carers and the local community, to provide our children with the best possible life chances, and to be rightly proud of themselves and their efforts as special, unique individuals.
If you have any general questions which are not answered on our website, please do not hesitate to contact us; we will happily answer any queries you may have and would be delighted to offer you a tour of our school.
Key diary dates for 2023-2024
Our Prospectus gives a complete overview of life at Kingsmead.
The learning environment
Behaviour and anti-bullying
Before and after school
Uniform & appearance
Health and well-being
Food in school
Special educational needs & disabilities
KFA—Kingsmead Friends Association
Parents and carers
10 classes - 7 year groups - 4 phases - 1 school
Daily reflections are an important part of our curriculum for spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
Music on Monday Something to listen to that connects our passion for music with our wider thinking in school.
Thinking on Tuesday A whole school assembly, sharing the thinking for the coming week.
Words on Wednesday Be it a poem or exploration of language, we think about the week's theme through a language lens.
Thursday Thoughts Assemblies for younger and older children, reflecting on the week's thinking. EYFS story in the hall, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2
Friday Fable A story that may reflect on the week's thinking, look forward to the following week. or sometimes be just a wonderful story for pleasure. Suitable for listening to in school or as a Friday story at home.
Scheme of Work - Autumn - Self, Spring - Others, Summer - World