Kings International College is a small secondary school, for boys and girls of around 800 children, for students aged 11-16 years old in Camberley, Surrey.

We always welcome interest from teachers and associate staff who are interested in starting their new career with us . If you don't see a position advertised that is suitable for you at the moment please join our talent pool and we will contact you as and when something suitable arises.

The College is proud of its Ofsted Report which recognises the fantastic work that takes place at the College and recognises that the school is Good in all categories. The College has a well-qualified and enthusiastic staff team, intent on delivering great teaching and learning which engages and excites the students. Staff are also keen to offer a range of extra-curricular activities which continue as a distinctive feature of the College.

Our success is highly dependent upon the support of parents and there is a strong sense of the partnership in helping each individual student to achieve.

About Us


Camberley is situated in northwest Surrey, 40 miles from London. The town lies on the Surrey, Berkshire, and Hampshire border. It is within easy reach of the M25 and M3 motorways and is easily accessible by rail. Camberley is a busy town and there are many local, national and international businesses based in the area. There are many places of historical, cultural and general interest nearby.

Bourne Education Trust

Bourne Education Trust (‘BET’) was established in 2011 and has grown steadily since then. It is largely Surrey based, but has also expanded into Hampshire and Richmond. It is made up of 21 academies, 4 associate schools and one free school due to open in September 2024. Of its 26 schools, 14 are primaries, 9 are secondaries, and, with the new free school, 3 are specialist schools. It is responsible for the education of approximately 12,500 pupils and employs just over 1,300 staff. The Trust is organised into both phases and clusters to support collaboration.

The size of its schools ranges from a one-form entry primary to an eight-form entry secondary school with a sixth form. Schools are equally important and carry the same influence in terms of decision-making within the Trust. Each school has its own Head and Local Governing Committee. The Trust is led by Alex Russell, Kate Sanders, Rob Isaac and Penny Alford.

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