How do I apply for Kingsdale?
Information regarding the Admission Appeals Process for the 2020/21 Academic Year is available from the School Admissions Officer by phone or email at: [email protected] A Parent/Guardian/Carer with Parental Authority who wishes to lodge an appeal under this framework must do so by returning the …
Who is head at Kingsdale?
Headteacher: Mr S H Morrison.
What is the difference between foundation and community school?
In a community school, the LEA owns the land, buildings and all the other assets of the school, and employs the staff. The supervision of the school is delegated to the governing body. In a foundation school, the governors own the land and buildings, and employ the staff. Foundation schools enjoy other freedoms.
What age is foundation stage?
Early Years Foundation Stage (Nursery / Reception) is for children aged three to five years old and is the first stage of their education. The key focus during this part of the national curriculum is on teaching them routine and easing them into the idea of learning in a structured environment.
What are the advantages of community schools?
Community schools provide a multitude of benefits to their students, faculty and neighborhoods, including:
- Reducing health-related obstacles that cost students instructional time.
- Decreasing student mobility rates.
- Helping parents support the work of classroom teachers.
- Promoting community involvement and programming.
Do community schools follow the national curriculum?
community schools, which are sometimes called local authority maintained schools – they are not influenced by business or religious groups and follow the national curriculum.
What is after foundation stage?
They are grouped as follows: Early Years Foundation Stage – ages 3-5 (Nursery and Reception) Key Stage 1 – ages 5-7 (Years 1 and 2) Key Stage 2 – ages 7-11 (Years 3-6)
What is the difference between a community school and an academy?
Academies receive funding directly from the government and are run by an academy trust. They have more control over how they do things than community schools. Academies do not charge fees. Academies are inspected by Ofsted.
What is the difference between academy and community school?
What subjects are taught in foundation phase?
This programme provides prospective teachers with knowledge of the three subject areas (literacy, numeracy and life skills) as well as the skills to integrate these subjects into their teaching and learning practices.
What are the 7 areas of the Foundation Phase?
The statutory areas of learning in the Foundation Phase are:
- personal and social development, well-being and cultural diversity.
- language, literacy and communication skills.
- mathematical development.
- Welsh language development.
- knowledge and understanding of the world.
- physical development.
- creative development.
What grades are foundation phase?
This stage is called General Education and Training, and it falls into three phases: The Foundation Phase (Grade R to 3). The Intermediate Phase (Grades 4 to 6). The Senior Phase (Grades 7 to 9). FOUNDATION PHASE This phase focuses on literacy, numeracy and life skills.
How many ELGs are there?
Each child must be assessed against the 17 Early Learning Goals (ELGs) and teachers may choose to provide a commentary on the 3 characteristics of effective learning.
Is an academy better than a school?
Comparing the most recent Ofsted grade of each type of school, converter academies are the most likely to be good and outstanding while sponsored academies are more likely than maintained schools to be graded requires improvement or inadequate.
Where can I find more information about Kingsdale Foundation School Sixth Form?
For further information regarding the Kingsdale Foundation School Sixth Form, including Admissions for September 2022, please visit the Sixth form section of this website or contact the school via e-mail [email protected]
What is Kingsdale secondary school?
In the News! Kingsdale is the most sought-after secondary school in London! More exciting events coming soon!
What is it like to be a sixth form student?
‘Sixth Form students are role models in the school. They set the tone of what is expected of a Kingsdale student through their interactions, conduct and attendance at school.’ We are very pleased to inform prospective students that we shall be offering on-site open events on the following dates:
How do I contact the sixth form office?
For all queries regarding admissions to the Sixth Form, please contact the Sixth Form Office via email at [email protected] or telephone 0208 655 9723. Alternatively, please click here .