Outstanding behaviour of pupils
Teachers promote an excellent atmosphere for learning.
All pupils progress well.
Children have a very positive start in Reception.
  • If your child is in class 3-6 and you are unsure if you are entitled to claim a free school lunch please come and see the office staff who can check using your NI number.
  • The latest children's newsletter has been uploaded on to the school website.

Welcome to Kingswood Primary School

We are a one form entry primary school situated on a large site with fantastic grounds. We are proud of the caring and supportive ethos of our school where children feel valued and want to learn. It is our aim for the children to have the best possible start in their education and experience a range of opportunities within an exciting curriculum. We want them to leave the school as confident individuals and proud of the accomplishments which they have achieved.
 
We hope you enjoy looking at our website and finding out more about the school.

Duncan Steele, Headteacher

Latest News

05 Feb 2016
Tadworth Children's Trust

This week Miss Davis had organised for a volunteer from the Children's Trust  to come in and explain about the work it does to help children with brain injuries. Year 4, who chose this as its class charity, organised a bingo afternoon and name the teddy competition. They also made biscuits for the whole school. Over £200 was raised.  Well done.

17 Dec 2015
Christmas productions

I was so proud of all the children as they sang beautifully and spoke clearly at the infant and junior Christmas plays. It was a lovely way to end the term with the school community coming together.  Well done to those children who also sang in the choir or who played their flute or clarinet in the final music assembly of term. 

14 Dec 2015
Indoor Athletics

Well done to the Year 5 and 6 team who won the Reigate and Banstead Sportshall Athletics Competition. The team will now go through to the county finals in February. Thank you to Mrs Massimo for her hard work in preparing the team for this event.

30 Nov 2015
Year 5 and 6 visit to Henley Fort

Both classes had fantastic trips to Henley Fort where the children found out what life was like in the Home Guard in World War II. The children thoroughly enjoyed the visits and their great behaviour and attitudes were commented on by the staff working at the centre.

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