The school is now closed for the half term. We re-open on Monday 29th October.
Tuesday 30th October – School Photo’s. Parents with siblings not at KMS can arrive between 8:15am and 9:00am on the 30th October when photo’s will be taken.
Welcome to our School
I am very pleased to welcome you to King’s Meadow School. We are a large, thriving, primary school at the heart of Bicester town. We are a ‘good’ school where each child is valued, and strong relationships are developed between all children and adults, based on respect and understanding. We believe that each child has their own unique talents, and we aim to help every child to reach their potential in all areas of school life – academic, social, physical and spiritual. We have 410 pupils in 15 classes that are organised into Early Years, Key Stage 1, Lower Key Stage 2 and Upper Key Stage 2. Each phase is ably led by a member of the Senior Management Team. We offer an exciting and inspiring curriculum that stimulates and engages our pupils. We supplement the curriculum with educational trips, visitors to the school and termly curricular themed days and weeks. Specialist teachers visit the school to offer instrumental lessons. We offer Wrap around Care from 7.30 am until 6pm. In addition we have a varied after school programme of activities. We have strong links with the local community and we participate in the sporting, artistic and educational opportunities that are offered by the Bicester partnership of schools. As the head I am constantly looking for opportunities to build on the numerous existing strengths of the school, as we continue our journey towards providing our children with an ‘outstanding education’. If you think that this may be the school for your child then please come along and meet me. I can give you a tour of our wonderful school and explain our ethos in detail. I look forward to meeting you soon.
Mrs L Daulton Headteacher – King’s Meadow School
Privacy & Cookies
- Privacy. You may be aware that from 25 May 2018, the rules around data protection changed. The ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ (GDPR) changes how we can use your personal data and keep it safe, and also strengthens your rights over your own data. The new regulations make sure sensitive or private information about yourselves and your children remains safe. Whilst it is similar to the Data Protection Act that it replaces in many ways, there are some differences which will mean a few changes at school and on our website in order to ensure we remain compliant. Our Privacy Notice can be read here and our GDPR page, which has our Data Protection Policy, here