Senior school

King's College School is an independent day school for boys aged 7-18 and girls aged 16-18. Founded in 1829 by royal charter, King's is a school of over 1300 pupils.

Welcome to King’s College School. The school prides itself on being one of the top academic schools in the country but with a strong emphasis on pastoral care and an exceptional co-curricular programme. Over the past three years our pupils have secured over 160 places at either Oxford or Cambridge. Pupils joining the co-educational sixth form at King's are able to choose between A levels and the International Baccalaureate diploma.

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Latest Senior School news

23rd March 2017
Last week, we welcomed Hollie Webb MBE as the guest speaker at the Girls’ Sports Awards in which we celebrated the success the King's girls have had this year in hockey and netball. 142 matches have been played...
15th March 2017
Last Sunday, the senior 7s squad won the plate competition at the Worth Abbey tournament. After losing their first two fixtures, the boys suddenly found their rhythm and energy, marching all the way to the...
15th March 2017
Yesterday morning, Andrew Halls spoke about his introduction of empathy lessons to King's on The Kaye Adams Programme for BBC Radio Scotland.  The clip, which lasts for approximately 15 minutes, can be...
13th March 2017
The below article was published in the Wimbledon Guardian on 9th March 2017.  A private school in Wimbledon is offering ‘empathy lessons’ to pupils to help counteract the modern technology...
10th March 2017
Up against some 2,500 pupils from across the country, every boy in Priory took part in the 2017 SATIPS General Knowledge Challenge. Both the junior and senior challenges consisted of 100 general knowledge...

King's College School

Southside, Wimbledon Common,

London SW19 4TT

Senior school

Telephone: 020 8255 5300


Absence line: 020 8255 5303

Junior school

Telephone: 020 8255 5335