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Overview

King’s Oak Primary School, rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, is a vibrant, culturally and socially diverse community school situated in New Malden in the Royal Borough of Kingston.  We cater for 3 – 11 year olds and also have a pre-school providing early education for two year olds. 

Our outstanding specialist resourced provision for children with autism is at the heart of our school and we also benefit from close links with Norbiton Children’s Centre which is situated in our grounds.

As a result of recent expansion, we have twelve brand new classrooms, a new performance hall and specialist sports pitches, set in expansive grounds.  We are well resourced. Every classroom has an interactive whiteboard and we have wireless technology throughout our buildings and grounds.   We have several small learning areas, a home economics room, a library and two ASD provisions. 

Our school is easily accessible by public transport; we are served by an extensive local bus network and both New Malden and Norbiton stations, with frequent trains to Waterloo.

AboutUs

At King’s Oak we believe that learning continues throughout life. Through learning and achieving together, we meet the very high expectations that we have of ourselves and of each and every one of our children.

Ours is a welcoming, vibrant and inclusive school in which every child is at the heart of everything we do.

Creating an excellent learning environment is embedded in our practice.  We offer an exciting curriculum together with the very best opportunities and resources. 

Children, staff, parents, carers and governors share enormous pride in our school, where the opportunities offered inspire children to be excited by learning and achieve success. Our children come to school each day motivated, enthusiastic and ready to learn.

We ensure excellent and tailored ongoing support for our staff, for example, through mentoring, team-teaching, paired observations, discussion and feedback sessions, high quality and comprehensive continuing professional development and training with external consultants. 

We are also committed to supporting our staff in their individual career development choices and provide opportunities for our future leaders to use and develop their leadership and management skills.

Working for us

Wherever you are in your teaching career, we can provide opportunities for you to develop further!  

We are highly committed to supporting our staff in their individual career development choices and provide opportunities for our future leaders to use and develop their leadership and management skills, for example, through subject leadership and project management of school improvement areas. 

If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers.

Working in Kingston

 

One of London’s liveliest boroughs. Life revolves around the Thames, with the buzzing market town of Kingston being the main attraction. Kingston High Street runs parallel to the Thames so it many of its favourite restaurants are found situated along the banks of the riverside.

With the popular Kingston University based here there is an abundance of bars and clubs to entertain the vibrant student population and younger residence.

Kingston upon Thames is one of the greener areas of the capital with two royal parks in neighbouring Richmond upon Thames. Local parks hold facilities to cater for all those who enjoy the great outdoors, such as Canbury Gardens which is home to the Kingston Rowing Club boathouse and is in turn a great spot for fishing.

Only half an hour from central London it has excellent train links. Situated near to the A3 and M25 it is also easily accessible by car. The river bus as an excellent alternative to get into Canary Wharf and London Bridge. 

  

Landmarks

Wimbledon Championships - In the neighbouring Merton bordering Kingston, the world famous Wimbledon Championships takes place. Indulge yourself in summer fun with a spot of Pimms, and Strawberries and Cream.

The Thames - Enjoy the beauty of the Thames when the weather permits it on foot, bicycle or boat.

Kingston Markets - Hunt for bargains in Kingston’s 800 year old markets.

Chessington World of Adventure - One of the UKs biggest and best theme parks. Great for those ‘kidults’ amongst us.

“Out of Order” by David Mach- Iconic sculpture that has been snapped by tourists the world around. If you’ve seen photos of London you’ll probably have seen this.

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