'The most able pupils make particularly strong progress because teachers plan to challenge them effectively.'  

'Pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities do well, because staff, icnluding the inclusion team, know pupils well and support their needs precisely.'  

'Disadvantaged pupils, including the most able disadvantaged, make stronger progress than their peers do nationally.'

Ofsted 2017 


Open Days for September 2021 Year 7 Entry

Our scheduled Open Days for September 2021 Year 7 entry can be located in the Key Dates document available from the link at the bottom of this page.

This year our open events will be accessible by appointment only to allow us to showcase our school in a safe and sustainable manner, following published government guidelines. We are aiming to offer you an insight inside our school via 20 minute-long, socially distanced school tours. Please note that the tours will take you through the larger, ventilated areas, and whilst you will be able to look inside classrooms, you will not be able to enter them at this time. A maximum of five representatives per family can attend any one session. Please note that all members of your group will be required to wear face-coverings, unless they are exempt.

To book an Open Day visit please follow the link below:

An online virtual tour of the school may also be accessed by clicking here.


 Admission Appeals Process for September 2020

A Parent/Guardian/Carer with Parental Authority who wishes their child to remain or be placed on the appropriate waiting list(s) for September 2020 admission, should contact the School Admissions Officer, Ms Otubu, by phone, post or email at:

Fast-Track Administrative Check (AA1)

The Fast-Track Administrative Check (AA1) form can be downloaded from our website or obtained directly from the School Admission Officer. The Fast Track Administrative Check procedure is intended to highlight any discrepancies between the School and a Local Authority so that errors can be addressed as soon as possible. This process does not affect a parent's right to an independent appeal under the School Standards & Framework Act 1998.

Appeals under the Schools Standards & Framework Act 1998 against the decision not to admit a child to Kingsdale Foundation School in Year 7 for September 2020

Information regarding the Admission Appeals Process for September 2020 is available from the School website or from the School Admissions Officer by phone or email at:

*A Parent/Guardian/Carer with Parental Authority who wishes to lodge an appeal under this framework must do so by returning the completed Appeal Form (AA2) which will be available from the School or via our website below.

Please be advised that all other admissions enquiries should be addressed to the School via the Admissions Officer as outlined above.

Sixth Form (Year 12) Applications for September 2020 & 21 Entry

For all queries regarding admissions to the Sixth Form, please contact the Sixth Form Office via email at or telephone 0208 655 9723. 



Great to see so many Year 11s online at our virtual Saturday schools yesterday. Watch this space for more informatiā€¦