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There is a buzz throughout King's which resonates with the sheer fun and enjoyment of learning in just about every subject we saw. A year 5 project on Mexico and the Maya civilisation was seamlessly linking language, culture, geography, history and art with fun DT projects designing and making a piñata and guacamole. Sport and outdoor activity are central to the Kings offer and brand new facilities across the campus are second to none.  The head’s enthusiasm for internationalism can be seen...


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At Kings Infant & Junior Division, the Kings ethos pervades all that we do: our pupils have high aspirations, are encouraged to be curious and creative and, most importantly, to enjoy everything that school life has to offer.

We provide a happy, secure and purposeful environment in which our pupils flourish. Our children are nurtured in small classes with inspirational teachers, as they embark on their journey of learning at school. Our facilities are spectacular and there is so much on offer that we would encourage you to come and see us either at an Open Event or during a normal working day. Only then will you really get a feel for what makes our school truly unique and very special. ...Read more

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Since 2018 Rachel Cookson. She’s a local with a degree in modern foreign languages, politics and European law from South Bank University and a PGCE from the University of Bristol. Her first teaching posts were in two Cheshire state schools before she moved to King’s as a reception teacher and then on to TerraNova prep as head of early years, ultimately becoming acting deputy head. This was followed by headship at the lower school of Queen’s Chester before returning to King’s as head in 2018. The move was prompted by excitement at the school’s move to the magnificent new build King’s campus which took place in 2020. Warm and engaging, she says that her love of education and understanding of neurodivergence in children has ‘shaped the way I lead’. Through her career and personal...

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