Address: Layton House, Ferry Lane, Kew Green TW9 3AF
Number of Pupils: 280 (140 boys, 140 girls)
Fees:£6,120 per term, all ages
Head Teacher: Mr Jem Peck
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Non-selective at four years old.
Contact: Ms M Curtis, 020 8948 5999
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: 26 February, 11 March, 13 May, 10 June
Our curriculum far exceeds the national curriculum in both breadth and depth. Highly differentiated lessons are delivered creatively and pupils enjoy the learning process. We embrace technology in our educational approach to all subjects. This invariably produces excellent academic results and children develop self-confidence. In its 2015 ISI Inspection report, KGPS was judged ‘Excellent’ in all categories.
Games & The Arts
We have strong art, music and sports departments as any visitor would realise immediately. All our children compete, perform and enjoy the exceptional standards we achieve in art, music, games and PE.
We operate a genuine ‘open door’ policy where parents play a very active role in school life. Every adult in school knows every child. Relationships are strong, children are happy, well-motivated and confident to ask questions, make mistakes and give opinions. They are valued and listened to.
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Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Children thrive in an environment that is loving and supportive. Physically, socially, emotionally, creatively and intellectually our children experience an exciting and stimulating learning journey where they are able to flourish and reach for the top.
The school is situated in an exceptionally beautiful position on the River Thames beside Kew Green. Each term is packed with activity where a loving, energetic and happy atmosphere is generated. Our pupils have enjoyed a French ski trip, a choir tour to Venice, tournament wins in netball, rugby and football, drama productions and music soirées, all alongside our continued pursuit of academic excellence. Above all, we believe that children need to be nurtured, guided, motivated and inspired to allow them to blossom.
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