Key stage 2 is a phase of primary education for pupils aged 7 to 11 years old that spans over four academic years.
At the end of Key stage 2 pupils undergo standardised exams for the subjects that they have attended in order to assess their level of attainment.
All our teachers are subject specialists.
Many hold a second degree or equivalent qualification, including PhD.
You will have regular personal progress testing and skills analysis
Dedicated professional care and support teams are always available for help and advice.
We use the Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT 4) to assess your abilities, academic potential and learning preferences.
There are about 18 students per class at Kings.
This means plenty of one-to-one contact with your teacher.