The Kingsley vision is to Discover, Nurture and Celebrate the talents and achievements of each and every student.
Kingsley School endorses and shares the Methodist Schools’ aims of being caring Christian communities committed to the development of each individual, to maintaining high academic, cultural and sporting standards, to working with and in the communities we serve, to worship as Christians in the Methodist tradition, whilst welcoming members of other faiths [and none] in a spirit of openness and tolerance, and to encourage pupils in a critical examination of the standards and values current in society.
Kingsley School is a member of the Methodist Independent Schools Group –
We are also members of, or accredited to the following organisations:
The Society is an Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses of just over 100 well-established Independent schools. It is one of the constituent organisations of the Independent Schools Council – www.thesocietyofheads.org.uk
The CReSTeD Register of schools that help children with specific learning difficulties (dyslexia). Our aim is to help parents, and those who advise them, to choose schools for dyslexic children. All schools included in the Register are visited regularly to ensure they continue to meet the criteria set by Crested – www.crested.org.uk
Here at Kingsley School, we use the Thrive programme to assess year groups for academic, social and emotional trends. This enables us to build a pastoral picture and cater for both groups and individuals. www.thriveapproach.com
ASDAN is a pioneering curriculum development organisation and awarding body, offering programmes and qualifications that explicitly grow skills for learning, skills for work and skills for life.