Mathematics is a core subject in our education system, and numbers are important in every aspect of life. For a school such as Kingsdale Foundation School numbers are key when it comes to exam results, and demand for places. Kingsdale Foundation School is proud to count itself amongst the number of highly oversubscribed schools.
Kingsdale Foundation School regularly receives more than seven single applications for every place available on its roll each year. This places Kingsdale Foundation School in the top percentage band of desirable educational centres in the UK. Considering that there are in excess of 3000 secondary schools across England alone, for Kingsdale Foundation School to achieve this status is no mean feat.
With the economy being squeezed at every turn, some parents who may previously have elected to pay for private education for their children are seeking alternatives within the state system. This is helping to boost demand for places at the likes of Kingsdale Foundation School, a secondary school that has an excellent local reputation and a recognised specialism in the Performing Arts. Kingsdale Foundation School has fought hard to establish its current reputation as a dynamic and highly successful learning environment.
Since opening in 1959, Kingsdale Foundation School has experienced its share of highs and lows. By the late 1990s it was in need of physical reinvestment and in just a few short years, through the hard work of the school community and stakeholders, Kingsdale Foundation School had transformed so extensively that it was indeed deserving of its place at the top of the parental wish-list.
Kingsdale Foundation School is fiercely proud of its ethos that every child matters, and deserves the chance to succeed in their own way. Students are Kingsdale Foundation School feel valued and supported.
The success of Kingsdale Foundation School is proof that the right support and attitude, young people can achieve great things irrespective of their background. This is an important life lesson. Numbers matter, but Kingsdale Foundation School has shown that it is the context within which those numbers exist that really makes a difference to students.