Kingsbrook benefits from access to a number of reputable primary schools and secondary schools. Its proximity to Aylesbury means there’s both local schools on the doorstep and more excellent education institutions just a short car ride away.
Primary Schools in Kingsbrook
Kingsbrook View Primary Academy is a primary school for children aged between 4 and 11 located near the residential Kingsbrook village. Their inspirational motto ‘growing together to achieve dreams’ is supported by their core values: aspiration, resilience, respect and integrity. The school is surrounded by green space, a pond and wildlife area where children complete outdoor learning.
Are there pre-schools in Kingsbrook?
Yes, the Aktiva nursery group own small, family-run pre-schools and have recently opened their Kingsbrook nursery. Their mission is to build confidence and broaden experience within a safe, fun and friendly environment.
Secondary Schools in Kingsbrook
The Kingsbrook School is opening in September 2022, offering spaces for 180 students in year 7 across 6 forms of entry. The school is part of the Insignis Academy Trust, which consists of several education institutions, striving to provide exceptional education together. Along with the standard curriculum, the school encourages wider enrichment activities, such as sports, arts and supporting local charities.
Schools near Kingsbrook
There’s also a number of schools in the surrounding area, all within a 5-10 minute drive from Kingsbrook which offer excellent education.
Broughton Community Infant School caters specifically for children aged 4 to 7 and tailor their environment for younger children’s educational needs. They offer 180 spaces across reception, year 1 and year 2, and offer an easy transition into year 3 with their partner institution, Broughton Junior School. They strongly believe in growth mindset learning and encourage children to challenge themselves.
Broughton Junior School is the partner to Broughton Community Infant school and offers placements for children in years 3 to 6. The school vision is to develop an outstanding learning community, which is supported by their core values of building friendships and being cooperative. This is practised by their peer mentoring scheme and collaboration with local institutions for regular educational trips.
Bierton Church of England Combined School is a voluntary controlled school which promotes academic potential and understanding of its core values: good citizenship, truth, courage, justice, respect and faith. The school has a fundraising scheme, Friends of Bierton School (FOBS) which encourages parents and students to support local events and charities.
Elmhurst School is a well-resourced primary school for children from nursery, all the way to year 6. It’s a friendly and supportive school which follows its five C’s values: care, confidence, creativity, challenge and character. They also run a breakfast club and an after-school reading club until 4pm.
Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School is Aylesbury’s only mixed-gender grammar school, which they believe helps students grow academically, culturally, socially and emotionally. They have an outstanding rating from Ofsted and have expanded their institution to offer sixth form places.
Aylesbury High School is an all-girls school with an outstanding Ofsted report. They aim to prepare girls for life in the fast-changing world of their adulthood, ready to play an active and positive part in the local, national and international community.
Aylesbury Grammar School is an all-boys school with an outstanding reputation for achievement and learning. Their vision is to provide the finest education for all their students, rich in opportunities within an inspirational and genuinely caring environment.