Little Kingshill Combined School serves the village of Little Kingshill and the surrounding catchment area.
The school has grown from a small Chiltern’s village school, established in 1887, to the present combined school which, along with an attached Nursery, now has 250 children on roll. The main school now resides in separate modern blocks. The Nursery class is situated in the original Victorian building. However, liaison between Nursery and Reception teachers is very close, meaning the transition from Nursery to Reception is seamless and the children settle quickly into life at school. In 2011, Ofsted confirmed that the school provides an outstanding standard of education from three to eleven years of age.
The school has access to the Village Hall during the day, while the local community uses it during evenings and weekends.
The school is organised in three stages:
• Foundation Stage is Nursery class to the end of Reception (ages 3-5)
• Key Stage 1 (KS1) encompasses Year 1 and Year 2 (ages 5-7)
• Key Stage 2 (KS2) covers classes from Year 3 to Year 6 (ages 7-11)
Classes throughout the main school are organised by year group. All classes have daily support from our excellent teaching assistants, with the Nursery and Reception classes having support for the whole teaching day.