• 90% of our Sixth Form students gain entry to their preferred choice of University
• 11% of the School Roll is made up of students from overseas
• The average class size for pupils in Years 7-11 is 18
• The average Sixth Form class size is 10 pupils per class
• We fully support and guide students with their University applications and work experience, including one-to-one tutorials on writing their Personal Statements
• Activity programmes provide important foundations for the development of character and personality in young people. The value and benefit of these experiences cannot be achieved by classroom teaching alone
• The City of Bath not only offers a culturally rich and stimulating experience; it is also a very safe and secure environment for international pupils to live in. isit the Kingswood website
NEW KINGSWOOD PRINCIPAL APPOINTED FOR SEPTEMBER 2020
Kingswood School has announced that the Governing Body have appointed Mr Andrew Gordon-Brown to succeed Simon Morris as Principal of the Kingswood Foundation and Head of the Senior School from September 2020.
Andrew Gordon-Brown is currently Head of Truro School, which is a member of the Methodist Independent Schools Trust and therefore shares the ethos and values which are central to the success of Kingswood. Educated at Hyde Park High School in Johannesburg, South Africa, Andrew was awarded a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Cape Town before joining Deloitte & Touche in Johannesburg and qualifying as a Chartered Accountant. He rowed for South Africa in the 1992 Olympics and then studied at Oxford University, gaining a Diploma in Social Studies and a MSc in Agricultural Economics as well as a rowing Blue. He rejoined Deloittes for a period before moving to the UK, spending six years working in the City, before switching careers to teaching.
Married with three children, Andrew is both a sportsman and a music lover. He is a founding trustee of a charity which provides teachers who deliver much of the music in the state education sector in Cornwall.