From September 2025, we will be extending co-education from the Prep School, welcoming boys into the Senior School and Sixth Form. Boys will initially be integrated into Years 7 and 12.
Uniquely Kingsley; Uniquely Co-educational
Everything that Kingsley has to offer – academically, pastorally, outside the classroom and alongside our sibling schools in Warwick Schools Foundation – will now be available for your son as well as your daughter.
‘Find your wings’ – Pastoral Care
Happiness at school is essential if the innate gifts and talents in every pupil are to be fulfilled. Kingsley is renowned for the care and attention we give to each one of our pupils, putting their wellbeing and welfare – individually and collectively – at the heart of our school. This focus creates confidence and self-belief, making for a happy, safe, enriching, and respectful school community, where the highest standards are achieved every day, inside and outside the classroom.
In addition to our expertise in supporting girls, we also have significant expertise in supporting boys. Members of our senior team have recent co-educational experience and we can also draw on the expertise of our colleagues at Warwick School, with its fine tradition of boys’ education, as well as the wider Foundation.
Our outstandingly successful approach to pastoral care will now be available for your son as well as your daughter.
"Pupils have an excellent understanding of how their decisions have an impact on their success and wellbeing."ISI inspection report, June 2023
‘Flying colours’ – Academic Success
We are proudly an academically selective school. Year after year, our pupils excel, achieving outstanding results and leaving for a wide range of higher education destinations which serve to illustrate their diversity of skills and interests. We are even more proud of the ‘value added’ – among the best in the county – which enables each pupil to achieve often well beyond their expectations.
Just as with our pastoral programme, our pupils will benefit from exceptional staff with exceptional expertise gained from enabling the best possible outcomes in a range of settings: girls, boys, and co-education.
Our outstandingly successful approach to academic fulfilment will now be available for your son as well as your daughter.
"Pupils achieve excellent skills, knowledge and understanding, evident in their high levels of success in public examinations."ISI inspection report, June 2023
"Pupils progress to a wide range of opportunities in the world of work and higher education, including universities with competitive requirements."ISI inspection report, June 2023
‘Launchpad for discovery’ – Co-curricular
Be it in music, sport, drama, outdoor pursuits, or academic enrichment – Kingsley has a fine tradition of nurturing the diverse interests and talents of our pupil community. In a play, in a concert, on the sports fields, Kingsley pupils excel. However at Kingsley, we do not stand still. We have recently announced new partnerships and activities to further enrich our pupils’ time at school:
Round Square Talks. Click here to read about the inspiring speakers visiting Kingsley. Round Square Awards. Click here to read about the award and diploma programme.
This is a partnership which develops enterprise, entrepreneurship, and career-focused skills. Click here to read more about it.
Investment in Sport
The Foundation has recently announced a major investment in sports across its schools, developing facilities at Kingsley and on the Warwick Campus. This enables every pupil to have access to exceptional sporting opportunities. Read more about this development here.
These dynamic future-focused and life-enhancing opportunities will now be available for your son, as well as your daughter.
"Pupils achieve excellence in a range of academic and other activities, notably creative arts, outdoor pursuits, and games."ISI inspection report, June 2023
"Pupils attach a high value to creativity…as exemplified by high levels of participation in music and drama and outstanding displays of pupils’ art…"ISI inspection report, June 2023
"Contributions to the lives of others within their school community is excellent."ISI inspection report, June 2023
‘Reach for the stars’ – Foundation +
One of the greatest benefits of being part of a group of schools is the opportunities this creates for pupils to work together, offering an even greater range of activities and experiences for all. Our pupils work together in areas such as music and charity fundraising, and benefit from sharing facilities such as Bridge House Theatre.
In music, this means, for example, that pupils have the opportunity to play in a full Symphony Orchestra, performing major orchestral repertoire, of a scale and standard simply not possible for a single school.
At Sixth Form level, these opportunities include:
- Oxbridge preparation
- Preparation for specialist university pathways
- Overseas universities applications
From September 2024, it is our intention for Kingsley pupils to enjoy the Warwick Campus Friday Afternoon Activity Programme. This changes year on year, with this year’s available to view here.
We describe the educational experience for our Warwick Campus pupils as being the ‘best of both worlds’ – single-sex schools whose co-location means pupils can work together meaningfully as they progress through the year groups.
With a fully co-educational Kingsley School, we will offer the ‘best of all worlds’.
All of these opportunities will now be available for your son as well as your daughter.