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  • Kingsmead School
    Bertram Drive
    CH47 0LL
  • Head: Mr M G Gibbons
  • T 0151 632 3156
  • F 01516 320302
  • E [email protected]
  • W
  • An independent school for boys and girls aged from 2 to 18.
  • Boarding: Yes
  • Local authority: Wirral
  • Pupils: 152
  • Religion: Christian
  • Fees: £6,411 - £10,800 pa
  • Open days: Saturday 23rd May (virtual)
  • ISI report: View the ISI report

What the school says...

Kingsmead School provides a bespoke education that is transformative for your child and life changing for your family. It supports children to become happy, confident, well-balanced, ambitious young people of the future.

The approach to enhanced learning at Kingsmead has produced an exceptional academic record, with GCSE and 11+ pass rates of over 80%. The school offers intellectual, emotional and spiritual support for each child tailored to their individual needs.

Wrap-around care is also available for all ages, 49 weeks a year. The school has over 20 acres of grounds and playing fields, a food and nutrition classroom, drama and music studio, a heated indoor pool, ICT suites for all departments and a newly upgraded science block.

The school offers full-boarding options with many peaceful study areas. New for 2018, Sixth Form has been introduced plus flexi-boarding, a great option for busy families.

A Kingsmead education is a transformative education providing the essential tools to make your child world-ready.

To arrange a personalised visit, please contact our Admissions Team on 0151- 6323156 or [email protected]
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Special Education Needs

As a non-selective school, Kingsmead offers an education for children of all abilities. The Learning Development Unit (LDU) occupies a delightful cottage on the school campus where pupils with a range of challenges are encouraged and supported to achieve their maximum potential. The unit is equipped to support children with dyslexia, dyscalculia, DCD, (dyspraxia), attention deficit disorders, specific language impairment, speech difficulties and autistic spectrum disorder. We seek within the unit to nurture pupils in a safe, non-threatening and non-discriminatory environment where their needs and difficulties are understood and where their individuality and integrity are respected. As with all pupils, Kingsmead’s aim is to enable them to develop into young people who can meet the complex demands of independent adult life. The highly experienced staff make learning a pleasurable challenge as they work to develop each pupil’s ability to use language effectively and to develop their thinking skills. The emphasis within the department is on individual teaching by highly experienced teachers. However if it is felt appropriate, at KS3 pupils will take LDU small-group lessons, instead of being taught a modern foreign language.

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