Kingsmead Primary School Survey



Kingsmead School is planning to apply to the Department for Education to build a Primary Free School on or near its Southbury Road site.


Please register your interest in sending your child to our new Primary School by completing our short survey (by the 30th April if possible). 

Click here to take survey

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 April 2014 12:05
Appeal Timetable

This is our appeal timetable for parents of students who have not been successful in securing a place at Kingsmead for admission in September 2014.

Reserve List If you asked for this school as a higher preference than the school you have been allocated, your child's name has been included on the re-allocation list.

To apply for an appeal form please write to Mrs L. Baker at Kingsmead School, giving your child's name, date of birth and primary school.  Completed appeal forms must be returned to Kingsmead by 4:00pm on Thursday 3rd April 2014 at the latest. 

Provisional date for the appeal hearings - Tuesday 6th May 2014 onwards.

Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 10:22
February Newsletter

The March 2014 edition of the school newsletter  can be downloaded here.

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 April 2014 10:14
Sainsbury's Active Kids Vouchers

Kingsmead are NOW collecting Sainsbury's Active Kids vouchers

active kidsMaintaining a good balance of eating well and being active is so important, so now is the time to encourage kids to lead healthier and more active lifestyles.

Sainsbury's Active Kid's has got loads of activity and cooking equipment, plus coaching and experiences to try, so make sure you get collecting NOW!! 

The Library has an 'Active Kids' collection box so send in your vouchers from NOW and until Tuesday 20th May 2014.

For further information, please visit


Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 10:50
Young Enterprise Team Impress

Congratulations to Team SIMMER, our Young Enterprise team who went to trade their specially designed product at  Spitalfields Market on 12th February as part of the Young Enterprise Challenge.

The team ensured that their trade stand was visually attractive with the product well presented.  Alisa Jastrub brought an outfit especially for the occasion, reflecting the Chinese theme of the product, and acted as our company mascot.  They were seen by a number of judges as well as the general public and they were well-mannered, articulate and informative, impressing all who came into contact with them.  Alisa was interviewed on her own by a journalist who took an interest in the product and was attentive, thoughtful and clear in her responses.

This all resulted in the team being given a Special Recognition award!  This is something of an outstanding achievement considering that a team from Kingsmead has never received an award at the end of the Spitalfields event and that there were only 4 main awards to be given (we were one of only two teams to gain this recognition outside of the top 4 teams) and also that over 25 teams competed.  Well done to team members Alisa Jastrub, Abidur Rahman, Holly Allwright, Rebecca Gilchrist and Naran Oyuntsetseg.

Year 10 Work Experience 2014

Parents are reminded that during Year 10 all students are required to complete a fortnight of Work Experience.  In 2014 this is scheduled for 30th June to 11th July 2014.

Students MUST find placements for themselves (referred to as Private Placements).  A Private Placement should be with a reputable employer with the correct employer's liablity insurance.  Companies must be based within London (or the home counties) and the placement must last the duration of the two weeks

The deadline for Private Placements is Monday 24th February 2014.  A Private Placement application form can be downloaded here. A guide for parents can be downloaded here.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 February 2014 08:34
Roman Dining at Kingsmead

On Tuesday 14th January, a group of Year 10 students studying Latin prepared a Roman Meal in the Food Technology department.  Read more about here...

Uniform Reminder

Can all parents/carers please check their son/daughter's planner BEFORE purchasing any item of uniform for school to avoid any expensive mistakes.  This especially applies to topcoats, please be reminded that they should be plain black or grey only, with no logos.  Denim or Leather is not allowed.

Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 10:52
Sixth Form Recruitment 2014

Our Year 12 Recruitment Evening will take place on Tuesday 3rd December 2013 between 4:30pm - 6:30pm.

Admission to Kingsmead School

Full information about admission to Kingsmead School can be found here.

Last Updated on Monday, 04 November 2013 15:28
Important News About Attendance

Parents should be aware that the Department for Education (DfE) has amended the legal regulations governing requests for holidays in term time.

Last Updated on Friday, 20 September 2013 09:12
Exam Success 2013

Kingsmead is celebrating excellent exam results this year!

At GCSE 61% of students achieved 5 A*s to C, including Maths and English; this is above the National Average.

At A Level, A* and A grades improved on last year's results by 9%.  A Level results were in the top 25% nationally with many subjects in the top 10% nationally.

Outstanding individual A Level results include Alfie Browne, who achieved 3 A grades and 1 B; Camden Davies with 2 As and 1 B; Christos Ellinas who achieved 2 As and a C; Beni Kavangama with 2 As, 1 B and 1 C, and Perside Mpisi who also achieved 2 A grades, a B and a C.

Congratulations to all our students.  We wish our school leavers every success for the future as they go on to study at university, enter employment or vocational training.  We are incredibly proud of all of you.

Last Updated on Friday, 29 November 2013 10:53
Important Dates for 2013 - 2014

Information about Term dates, INSET Days, Moderation Days and Parents' Evenings can be found here.

Last Updated on Friday, 20 September 2013 09:10
Inspirational Visit by London Marathon Hero

On 11th March, Claire Lomas gave an inspirational talk to Year 13 Media students and Year 10 students.  Claire is a wheelchair user who was left paralysed from the chest down after a freak horse-riding accident.  Her zest for life and determination never to give up were illustrated by her use of a special bodysuit that restored her ability to walk and allowed her complete the London Marathon last year, despite it taking her 17 gruelling days!  Claire is soon to begin her next venture - cycling around Britain raising money for spinal research.  The students were left with a clear message from Claire to follow their dreams and never give up.  Year 10 students were so inspired by Claire's visit that they intend to raise funds for spinal research and the Nicholls Foundation.

Last Updated on Monday, 18 March 2013 14:34
Developing Literacy

We are actively supporting the development of Literacy across the school and have implemented a fortnightly cycle focusing on particular aspects.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 March 2013 11:50
Instrumental & Vocal Lessons at Kingsmead

Each week, over 120 instrumental and vocal lessons taught by staff from Enfield Arts Support Service (EASS) take place at Kingsmead within the Music Department.  We have a brilliant team of 15 visiting teachers from EASS who work with our students in this capacity, at all key stages.

There are all kinds of skills and positive experiences students can gain from this tuition, not least the possibility of taking external, additional music exams and furthering student involvement in the extended curriculum.  Learning Director of Music, Mr Elia can offer students (and parents) all sorts of information on the benefits of learning an instrument or taking voice lessons.

Most lessons are not free; there are differing charges for lessons depending on the length of the lesson and whether they take place in a group or individually.  Some of the lessons are funded by the school, some by parents and some by a recently obtained grant from EASS.

For further information please contact Mr Elia.

Last Updated on Friday, 20 September 2013 10:23
Calling ex-students

Kingsmead School is working with Future First to build a network of former Kingsmead students (or ‘alumni’) around the school to inform, advise and inspire current Kingsmead students as they make important decisions about their futures.

Kingsmead alumni will be interviewed to build a profile on a private website that Future First is building for the school, where students can research the different career paths that people from their very school have gone on to take. The alumni can also take part in school events, big and small, where they can meet current students in person and share their experiences since they left Kingsmead School.

Future First is looking to recruit alumni from a wide range of careers so that there are role models for every student and to showcase the incredible range of amazing careers that Kingsmead students pursue. We already have lots of alumni on board – from psychiatrists to policemen and even a budding journalist: Kingsmead students really do go on to do it all. We’re excited to hear from even more Kingsmead alumni who have gone on to do really interesting things: dancers or doctors, builders or barristers – we want the lot!

To sign up, go to

Or for more info about what's involved, contact Laura at 0207 812 0540 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:26
Homework advice for parents

How parents can help their child with homework:

Last Updated on Sunday, 02 December 2012 12:58

Kingsmead takes e-safety extremely seriously and students are made aware of the steps we take to ensure their safety when working on-line in school as well as working with the police to investigate the rare instances where young people endanger the safety and wellbeing of others through misuse of electronic communication.  Further details are available in the Acceptable Usage of ICT Policy. 

We know that E-Safety is a concern of many parents and there are a lot of useful resources and information available about keeping your children safe when they use the internet, mobile phones, or other devices connected to the Internet.

Some useful links to resources for parents and these can be found by clicking here.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:43
Exam Certificates Available for Collection

Summer Exam Certificates are available in school from January. If you wish to collect your certificates please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  with your details. We will aim to deal with your enquiry within 2 working days.

If you have lost your certificates you need to contact Exam Boards direct.

The Exam Boards we use are: Edexcel, AQA, OCR, NCFE, CiE and WJEC. 

Please note we only keep Exam Certificates dating back 7 years.


Last Updated on Monday, 10 February 2014 14:24
Visit of MP for Enfield North

left to right: Mrs Barry, Headteacher; Mr Nicholas, Chair of Governors; Mr de Bois, MP for Enfield North.Enfield North's MP, Nick de Bois visited Kingsmead on Friday 8th October to see for himself why Kingsmead is one of the first secondary schools in the country to be awarded Outstanding Academy status.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 November 2012 10:24
Data Protection Statement

As at other schools, photographs, video and digital footage may be taken by appropriate school employees or a member of the press (with the consent of the school) for the purposes of recording an activity or event with the intention or promoting Kingsmead School, our students and their achievements. These images may be displayed within the school, reproduced in school materials e.g. school prospectus, web site or newsletter or feature in the local or national media. Should any parent or carer object to this you must inform in writing Ms T Stevenson, Communications and School Community Manager at school.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:29
Free School Meals

Is your child entitled to free school meals?  if you think you may be eligible, please contact Mrs Allen on 020 8351 5002; she will be able to advise you how to apply. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:28
New Interactive Map

We are proud to present a new addition to the website.  The work of Abbey Villanueva, a talented Year 13 ICT student, this exciting new feature allows newcomers to Kingsmead to take a virtual tour of the buildings and get a taste of the facilities which contribute to the excellent learning environment at Kingsmead.  Click here to be taken to the interactive map.  

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 June 2010 09:34
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