Kingsbury is a school of 620 students. This makes us large enough to provide a wide range of courses up to GCSE or equivalent level, yet small enough to have a secure, personal atmosphere. Staff know their students well.
Good links with the primary schools, both those in our immediate area, and those for the increasing number of students who join us from outside our priority area, help to achieve continuity in teaching when students transfer to us. Considerable care is taken to settle new students into the school and to monitor their progress.
As pupils near the end of their time at Kingsbury, links with providers of Post 16 education and training ensure progression when our young people move on to the next stage of their development. We have close ties with North Warwickshire and Hinckley College,Tamworth College and King Edward VI College.
Tutor groups are a mixture of students from different primary schools and abilities. Tutors are with their groups for registration and assemblies. Communications concerning your child should normally be sent to her/his tutor.
Each year group has a Year Team Leader, who is responsible for the tutors and who, with them, looks after the day to day needs of students and takes an overview of progress in learning. Tutor groups in Year 7 are allocated a Teaching Assistant to support their transition and ensure a happy, motivated and well supported start to their school careers.
The School also has an Assistant Headteacher who has overall responsibility for Pastoral Care.
Governors: Chair of Governors: Mr G Ingram - Contact via Clerk to Governors: 01827 872316
Seven parents serve as governors, elected by parents. Parent governors are able to bring matters which
concern or interest parents to the notice of the governors. You may contact the Clerk, Mrs H Jones, at the school.