Travelling to King's

King's College School is extremely well-served by public transport of all types, and is easily accessible from all parts of London and Surrey. 

By train:

SW Trains runs a very frequent train service to Wimbledon and Raynes Park stations. From either of these stations the school is a short walk up the hill or a very short bus ride (200 or 93).

By tube:

The District Line (Wimbledon branch) is an excellent option for pupils who live in Chelsea, Fulham or areas served by other District Line branches.

By local bus:

The 200 bus brings pupils from Raynes Park and Wimbledon stations and stops on the Ridgway adjacent to the school. The 93 bus brings pupils from the Putney area and from Wimbledon station. The 93 bus stop is in Wimbledon village, a short walk from the school.

By school coach:

The school organises a network of coaches to bring pupils to school each weekday. These are scheduled to arrive at King's by 8.10am and the homeward departures leave school at 4.20pm. For more information on the routes offered and the cost, please click here for the current Travelling to King's leaflet, view the coach routes map or contact coaches@kcs.org.uk / 020 8255 5315.

Click here for the coaches timetable for 2017-18.

For full information on travelling to King's, please click on the leaflet below. 

 

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King's College School

Southside, Wimbledon Common,

London SW19 4TT

Senior school

Telephone: 020 8255 5300

Email: reception@kcs.org.uk

Absence line: 020 8255 5303

Junior school

Telephone: 020 8255 5335

Email: hmjssec@kcs.org.uk