Knightsbridge School aims to provide children the scope to develop the confidence, resilience and determination to move on to the next stage of their educational journey, able to tackle challenges and embrace change with courage, compassion and integrity.
We are a vibrant and friendly school where girls and boys enjoy a broad range of opportunities designed to inspire and motivate whilst nurturing individual talents and values. Our children are provided with the guidance and support to become confident, responsible individuals with resilience and integrity instilled in them make a positive contribution as global citizens.
We are incredibly proud of our school and the happy, vibrant and purposeful community that has been built over the last ten years. When you walk through our blue doors you will be warmly welcomed into a friendly school where there is a palpable buzz; children chatting happily with one another and their teachers as they move between lessons, matches or clubs or heading off for a delicious lunch in the dining room. Exceptional pastoral care ensures that our children feel loved and supported by consistent messages based around the KS Code - both at school and at home.
We have six main aims - they are Atmosphere, Attitude, Autonomy, Achievement, All-Rounder and Action. The KS community believe that teamwork is the key to achieving these A's at school. Pupils excel at all levels and each year get accepted into fantastic senior schools. A broad and engaging curriculum combined with an outstanding range of extra-curricular opportunities mean that children are encouraged to be creative and curious, to find their talents and develop their skills for success. Our commitment to charity and the local community through action, supported by our wonderful Parents' Association, fosters a genuine and deep sense of belonging and engagement with the wider world.
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