At The Kingsway School we are very lucky to serve a community where students have had an excellent primary education. We work very closely with our local primary schools to ensure that we build on not only the high academic standards achieved but also students’ attitudes to learning.

The transition team also fully understand the anxieties that some students and their parents may have with the move from a small primary school to a large secondary school, and so provide the pastoral support, care and guidance to families throughout the process.

Taster Days
We have a strong transition team who coordinate events at our primary schools and here at Kingsway for students in Years 4, 5 & 6 to become more familiar with what to expect at high school.

Kickstart to Kingsway
This continues into Year 7, with a programme of activities run across the school to help our new students find their feet before they undertake their new timetable. Upon entry, your child will join of one of our six Houses, where they will foster a healthy sense of competition, via inter-house challenges and themed days.

Throughout the year, your child will have daily contact with their form tutor and where required support from their Pastoral Head of Year. In addition, each year group has a Raising Standards Leader responsible for ensuring your child stays on track to achieve their academic potential. These key staff will be in contact with parents and carers throughout your child’s secondary school experience.

Our Transition Team
If you have any queries or would like to book a school tour please contact our transition team.

Deputy Headteacher
Mrs R. Wardle

L Dunn

Transition Lead Teacher
Ms L. Dunn

Transition, Family & Community Mentor
Mrs A. Jones

Class of 2027 Facebook page
We have an official school Facebook group for the parents and carers of students joining The Kingsway School with children in Year 7 (September 2022). The purpose of this group is to inform you of events and communicate. It is not a place to discuss specific individual concerns relating to children or staff, this should be addressed directly by the usual forms of communication.

The group is managed and monitored by the Transition Team.

Class of 2027


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