Projects and collaborations

volunteering

Churchyards gardening

Gardening help for the local parish church.  …

academic

EAL with St Mark's Academy

Sixth formers teach English as an Additional Language to students in Years 7-9 from St Mark’s Academy who have recently moved to this country with very little English. Lessons are entirely plann …

academic

Maths with The Priory School

Pupils from King's College School prepare and deliver a series of inspirational Maths lessons to gifted children in Years 5 and 6 (9-11-year-olds) at The Priory.    …

academic

Student View

The Student View project enables sixth formers from King's and Coombe Boys' School to lead sessions in journalism for year 8 pupils at Coombe Boys' who have weak literacy skills. The pupils learn abou …

academic

Minimus with Hollymount Primary School

The Classics department at King’s delivers a 'Minimus' Latin course to Year 6 pupils at a local primary school. The classes take place every Friday and are taught by Year 11 students and above s …

sporting

Rugby, Philosophy and Maths

King's and Grey Court sixth form pupils lead rugby, philosophy and maths support sessions for key stage three pupils at Grey Court school.  …

academic

Squash and Maths with Albemarle Primary School

Students from King's help primary school pupils from Albemarle Primary School with squash and arithmetic. Many discussions are had with the classroom teacher to establish a series of exercises that ca …

sporting

Games with Bond Primary School

Based at Bond Primary school, working with boys and girls aged 7-11, King's students organise projects and outdoor games. Past projects have involved the pupils pitching to a den of King’s drago …

academic

Christ Church New Malden Learning Support

A group of King's students from Year 10 and above work with children at the infants’ and primary branches Christ Church Primary, many of whose pupils go on to study at our senior partner school, …

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ICT with Raynes Park Library

Local residents with no experience of using computers are invariably delighted and appreciative when pupils from King's introduce them to using the internet, email and word processing. They may never …

volunteering

Art with Wimbledon Library

Pupils from King's devise an art activity every week to keep a group of local residents interested and entertained. A little artistic skill is helpful, but the task is really to get a programme o …

volunteering

Wimbledon Guild with King's College School

Sixth-form pupils are needed to join a group providing one-to-one support for elderly people with their use of smartphones and iPads. This highly successful project (it even has a waiting list) is bas …

sporting

Games with Ronald Ross

This project enables Year 6 pupils from Ronald Ross Primary School to travel to King's to take part in sports every Friday afternoon during the academic year. The activities are led by Year 10-13 pupi …

volunteering

Friendship Hour at King's College School Wimbledon

This evergreen station provides a space in the school on Friday afternoons for local elderly people to share tea, sandwiches and conversation with each other and with our pupils. Pupils serv …

sporting

Tennis with Christ Church Primary School

Pupils from King's lead tennis coaching sessions with Year 5 pupils from Christ Church at Westside Tennis Club. Both schools are very grateful to the club for kindly donating this facility to the proj …

academic

Chinese with Ricards Lodge

This is a brilliant chance for anyone with some experience of Chinese to give girls from the Ricards Lodge exposure to the language and culture of the Orient.  …

academic

Spanish at Sacred Heart

Pupils who visit Sacred Heart Primary School support the learning of Spanish to children in year 6. This challenging project provides plenty of opportunities to practise and reinforce language skills. …

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Learning Support at Albemarle Primary School

King's pupils help with reading, arithmetic and other core subjects. Occasionally, pupils also help to run playground games activities.  …

sporting

Cricket with Green Lane Primary School

9- to 11-year-olds of mixed sporting ability from Green Lane take part in cricket sessions arranged by KCS students and staff. Many of the pupils will never have had the opportunity either to play cri …

academic

Learning Support at St Mark's Primary School

King's pupils help out during 'Fabulous Friday' at one of our most longstanding partner schools. They supervise gifted and talented pupils in a variety of activities and games, working in lessons …

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Learning Support with Raynes Park High School

King's pupils work with Year 7 pupils at Raynes Park High School to provide assistance with reading and maths in the Access Centre (for special needs) and Learning Enrichment department.  …

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Inspiring Children Through Maths

Every Friday gifted and talented year 5 and 6 students from The Priory arrive at King's to be led through a series of student designed lessons and mathematical activities.  …

academic

Science Displays for Primary Schools

This activity involves researching and putting together weird, wacky and wonderful science demonstrations and presentations for pupils at local primary schools. Pupils from a variety of schools visit …

sporting

Games with Hollymount Primary School

King's pupils devise and play games in the playground or gym with very young children at Hollymount Primary School.  …

academic

Latin with Coombe Girls’ School

A team of sixth-formers teaches an introductory Latin course to Year 7 pupils from Coombe Girls’ School. We work from Cambridge Latin Course Book 1, which revolves around a family living in …

academic

Harris Wimbledon Academy

A team of sixth-formers teaches an introductory Latin course to Year 7 pupils from Wimbledon Harris Academy. We work from Cambridge Latin Course Book 1, which revolves around a family living …

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Maths with Ricards Lodge

Every Friday a group of sixth form mathematicians from King's travel to Ricards Lodge High School to assist year 11 and year 10 girls in their preparation for GCSE Maths, both foundation and higher ti …

designtechnology

Fixperts with Perseid School

A Fixpert project offers students the opportunity to work in our community and identify real needs in the world around them. They then work in teams to research and develop solutions, sketch …

academic

Inspiring Children Through Science

This exciting project requires a group of committed and outgoing sixth-form scientists who are willing to deliver an inspiring practical based science course to gifted & talented younger pupils fr …

academic

Creative Projects at Southside House with Ursuline High School

Since September 2014, Ben Bransfield, who teaches English at King’s College School, has run a cross-sector creative writing project for secondary pupils in the atmospheric setting of Southside H …

academic

Junior Aspirations Project with primary schools

  The Junior Aspirations Project is run by King’s College School with pupils at St Mark’s, Ronald Ross, Abbotsbury and Cranmer primary schools. It is designed to enhance the lea …

drama

Partnerships Production with Schools in the Wimbledon ISSP

The school’s community production grew out of an annual event which, for some years, had provided a showcase for the art, music and drama projects that King’s pupils and their counterparts …

academic

The Wimbledon Independent State Schools Partnership (ISSP)

Although the core members of the Wimbledon ISSP are seven secondary schools, King’s also works with more than twenty other sixth forms, secondary, special needs and primary schools on a regular basis. …

drama

Annual arts project with primary schools

Every year in the first week of our summer holidays King’s invites around 130 pupils in Years 4 and 5 from two Merton and Wandsworth primary schools to enjoy a week of arts or sports activities …

volunteering

Volunteering programme at King's College School, Wimbledon

Every Friday throughout the year over 350 King’s pupils work in the local community, mainly in primary, secondary and special schools, but also in local parks and churchyards, libraries and with the e …

sporting

Primary Schools Sports Days run by Year 9s

Every summer term, King's hosts Bond, along with Albemarle, Southmead and Ronald Ross primary schools, for a series of four sports days, awarding one day of the week to each year group from …

sporting

Annual sports project with primary schools

Every year in the first week of our summer holidays King’s invites around 130 pupils in Years 4&5 from three Merton and Wandsworth primary schools to enjoy a week of arts or sports acti …

sporting

Sports Project with Ronald Ross and Christ Church Primary Schools

Ronald Ross and Christ Church send about 35 of their year 5 and 6 pupils to King's College School for an hour every Friday afternoon. During this time the King's pupils coach them in a variety of …

volunteering

Learning Support at Perseid & Cricket Green Schools

A group of 24 King's College School sixth-formers visit Perseid upper and lower schools and Cricket Green School once a week throughout the year to support a range of activities, including swimming, c …

academic

Aspirations Project for students in years 9-11 at Ricards Lodge High School and the other secondary schools in the Wimbledon ISSP

Every year 10 Year 9 students on Free School Meals who will be first-generation university students are chosen from each of our partner schools to experience a range of sessions designed to raise thei …

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GCSE revision classes for year 11 students at seven partner schools

King’s College School offers GCSE revision classes in a range of core subjects to Year 11 students at the secondary schools in the Wimbledon ISSP. The revision sessions are run by staff from Kin …


School details

King's College School (KCS)
Southside
Wimbledon Common
Wimbledon
SW19 4TT
England

T: +44 (0)20 8255 5300
E: admissions@kcs.org.uk
W: www.kcs.org.uk

Head's name
Mr AD Halls
Religious affiliation
Church of England
Day/Boarding type
Day
Gender profile
Boys only (co-ed sixth form)
Size
972 pupils
Day
102
Sixth form
102

Girls

10 %
Day
870
Sixth form
300

Boys

90 %