Small class sizes and our high pupil-staff ratio creates more one-on-one contact time.
At King’s the caring atmosphere of mutual respect permeates all aspects of daily school life. We know pupils respond when their individual needs and concerns are addressed quickly and effectively.
Individual well-being is something we take very seriously and promote actively. We have a designated Well-being Centre, where a qualified counsellor runs group well-being sessions for all pupils as well as individual counselling sessions for those who need a little extra support. Our Well-being Centre is the hub for our school-wide well-being activities.
Pupils throughout the school follow a PSHEE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) programme, with teaching and learning based around Personal, Social and Emotional Development. In the Preparatory School, the first point of contact for our pupils is their form tutor who has oversight of their progress. In addition to this, the Headmaster, Deputy Pastoral, Deputy Academic, Medical Centre and Chaplain are also available to pupils and parents at any time.