KPS Update from Mr J Lumber

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to Kingsleigh Primary School. We are a very large primary school but one that works hard on keeping a genuinely friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Here at Kingsleigh, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible education for the children, promoting high expectations at all times and creating a school where children want to learn and can reach their full potential.Historically, we would have encouraged you to come in and visit our school in action but sadly with current restrictions that isn’t possible. We therefore hope our website and soon to be released, promotional video gives you a thorough insight into our incredible school and showcases all the great things that go on here.

We are always happy to answer any questions you may have and we hope you enjoy looking through our school website.

Best wishes

Mr James Lumber        Mrs Holly Tarchetti

Headteacher                 Deputy Headteacher

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What's New?

There is never a dull day in school, take a look through our school blog to see what we’ve been up to recently.

11th May 2021

The Journey Of A River!

This week in Year 5, we have had dedicated an entire day to all things water! We had a visit from Trisha from Waterwise…

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10th May 2021

UK Geography and Living Species

Year 6 came back after the Easter break in fine form! They have had a super start to their last term at Kingsleigh Primary School.

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7th May 2021

First Annual Kingsleigh Highland Games

Our topic this half term is looking at the Saxons and Scots and when they invaded Great Britain. On Monday, we held our very first…

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6th May 2021

Magnet Madness!

Our Science topic for this half term has been focusing on forces, and this week we looked more closely at magnets. Firstly, we had…

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