Kingfield Road, Woking, Surrey, GU22 9EQ

01483 761885

Kingfield Primary School

'Be the best you can be'

2023 Inspection Report

Ofsted visited the school to carry out a Section 5 inspection. Please find the report below:

OFSTED September 2023

Quotes from the report

Pupils are kind and respectful within this welcoming school community. They thrive in a supportive and aspirational environment;

The school has high expectations of pupils’ achievements, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND);

Pupils are enthusiastic about their learning, particularly reading. As a result, they achieve well;

Pupils are polite and considerate. The school encourages them to be friendly and responsible through explicit teaching about the school values of ‘ready, respectful
and safe’. Pupils demonstrate these qualities through positive attitudes and relationships with other pupils and staff;

Pupils value the wide range of opportunities in school;

The school prioritises pupils’ personal development from early years onwards;

Leaders are committed to the school; they are well informed and challenge each other. They keep pupils’ interests at the centre of their decision-making;

Staff, including early career teachers, are well supported, which enables them to focus on teaching;

Parents appreciate how the school works to keep them involved about what pupils learn and how they can support this at home.

2020 Inspection Report:

Ofsted visited the school to carry out a Section 8 inspection. Please find the report below:


OFSTED January 2020

Quotes from the report:

  • Kingfield Primary is a school full of happy smiles where pupils live up to the schools motto of Be the best you can be;
  • It is a school where pupils feel safe and where bullying is rare;
  • Pupils are respectful and consistently display good manners. Staff treat pupils with respect and look after their well being, reflecting the caring ethos leaders have worked hard to establish;
  • Teachers have high expectations of all pupils. Pupils work hard in lessons, enjoying their learning. They respond quickly to adults instructions and they listen to what teachers have to say. Teachers make every effort to make sure that lessons are engaging;
  • Leaders, governors and staff share high ambitions for all pupils. Pupils rise to these high expectations. There are very few instances of misbehaviour because pupils enjoy their learning so much;
  • Pupils who need extra care and attention , including disadvantaged pupils and those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are well looked after. Leaders ensure that pupils who need extra help receive it quickly;
  • The teaching of reading and phonics is a strength;
  • Across early years, staff make sure that an appropriate range of exciting learning activities are available each day. 
  • Pupils' personal, social and emotional development is a strength of the school;
  • Staff in the school are very positive and passionate about their work;
  • The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.Leaders provide staff with regular training about keeping pupils safe. Staff are encouraged to report their concerns, no matter how small. Leaders have introduced an efficient system for making referrals. This enables those who are responsible to act promptly when raising concerns.