Junior school

Our parents see KCJS as a friendly, professional and well-resourced school providing a strong all-round education that is based on academic excellence. Boys here are bright, inquisitive, busy and engaged and they achieve a great deal but this is not a hot-house. We believe that the boys do well because they are happy and enjoy being at school. The teachers strive to ensure that their lessons are stimulating and encourage the boys to ask questions and think creatively. Art, Design, Music, Drama, Sport, ICT and the wide range of extra-curricular activities which we offer are just as important here as those subjects which are assessed through formal examinations. Together they enable the boys to develop wide ranging interests and to value both their work and their leisure time.

KCJS has wonderful boys and first-rate staff. I consider myself privileged to be headmaster and I hope that you will visit us if you think we might be the right school for your son.

Gerard Silverlock
Headmaster

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Latest Junior School news

2nd March 2015
On Sunday, the U10 played brilliantly at Epsom College to win the Lexus National Prep Schools’ Tournament.  Last year, as U9s, they lost against a very strong Shrewsbury House in the final. This year...
1st March 2015
The junior school boys were welcomed back from half term with a presentation from Dominic Mahony MBE, Team GB Modern Pentathlon team manager and Olympian.  They were able to handle his Olympic medal, an...
13th February 2015
On Thursday 19th March, 2015 the Junior School will be hosting a pastoral conference titled ‘Caring to achieve – building compassion in schools’. Caring to achieve will focus on some of the key ways in which...
13th February 2015
On the morning of Friday 6th February, the second form arrived at a colourful Collyer Hall Theatre, ready to partake in what would prove to be a fun and challenging morning of Maths. The Maths Challenge...
6th February 2015
On a frosty Monday 2nd February, 3RA and 3VA boarded the coach to Wembley Stadium, to study the differences between greenfield and brownfield sites, and why Wembley was built….at Wembley. On arrival, the boys...

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