Welcome to Kingfield Primary School
Our motto Be The Best You Can Be underpins our entire ethos. Our school is at the heart of the Old Woking community and it is a place where we want children to be happy as we believe that happy children learn best. We strive to make learning inspiring and fun and for our school to be a place where children love to learn and take pride in their achievements.
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- KOOSA Kids After School Club
We are delighted to inform you that we are opening our brand new After School Childcare provision - KOOSA Kids - after half term, on 31st October 2016.
Latest Events Events
- Half Term24Oct2016
- Stay & Play Session31Oct2016
8:30 am - 10:00 am
- Bag to School03Nov2016
- Woking Diwali Parade03Nov2016
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
- Year 6 Bikeability07Nov2016
- Stay & Play Session07Nov2016
8:30 am - 10:00 am
- Kingfisher Class to Woking Fire Station09Nov2016
9:30 am - 1:00 pm
- Year 6 Bikeability14Nov2016
- School Photographer17Nov2016
- Christmas Fair20Nov2016
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Ofsted Inspection Report published following Inspection on 15.06.16 - Click here to view the report.
This school continues to be good.
Leaders are determined, capable and effective as a direct result of decisive and insightful leadership... the school is a place where pupils’ good outcomes go hand-in-hand with their excellent personal development.'
‘Pupils are friendly, polite, respectful to each other and hugely proud of their school. They learn and achieve well because of the hard work and dedication of all the staff.’
‘Pupils’ behaviour is very good and sometimes impeccable.’
‘A critical factor in pupils’ good achievement is the way in which teachers and teaching assistants know individual pupils well.’
‘Safeguarding is effective. You rightly place the highest priority on keeping pupils safe and this defines the culture in the school of putting pupils’ safety first.’
‘Pupils’ personal development is a key strength of the school.’
‘Teachers and teaching assistants are passionate about helping all pupils to succeed.’
‘Pupils make good progress overall.’