Senior school

King's College School is an independent day school for boys aged 7-18 and girls aged 16-18. Founded in 1829 by royal charter, King's is a school of over 1300 pupils.

Welcome to King’s College School. The school prides itself on being one of the top academic schools in the country but with a strong emphasis on pastoral care and an exceptional co-curricular programme. Over the past three years our pupils have secured over 160 places at either Oxford or Cambridge. Pupils joining the co-educational sixth form at King's are able to choose between A levels and the International Baccalaureate diploma.

We hope you find the website useful, but the best way to find out about the school is to visit us.

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Latest Senior School news

26th May 2017
On a sunny Thursday morning, the junior school held its Mock Election. Many boys dressed up in political fancy dress, but the real focus was on the debating. After Mr. Watkins and Jack discussed the fascinating...
24th May 2017
A group of students from History and Politics society have been busy working on an e-magazine. This project will see new issues published monthly during term time with contributors from across the school....
22nd May 2017
The U9 chess team (Wilf, Sen, Luca, Shivam and Arvind) competed with distinction in the semi-final of the English Primary Schools Chess Association national competition last weekend. Despite being the only...
16th May 2017
A group of King’s pupils has worked every Friday afternoon this year to enhance the English-language skills of teachers in rural India. Communicating via Skype and Google Hangouts, they have delivered a course...
15th May 2017
Ellis Short V (fourth form) played the top position for the Middlesex tennis team at the Davis Cup this weekend, taking the County Cup Championship 14U with a shoot-out finish. Congratulations to Ellis and...

King's College School

Southside, Wimbledon Common,

London SW19 4TT

Senior school

Telephone: 020 8255 5300


Absence line: 020 8255 5303

Junior school

Telephone: 020 8255 5335