Kingham Hill School
With just over 350 pupils Kingham Hill remains small to allow the school to sustain its caring, home-from-home community where every child is nurtured, challenged and inspired to succeed academically and within their personal lives.
Our boarding houses are spacious yet cosy, with an average of just 25 pupils per house. Likewise, our small class sizes provide tailored usppot t our pupils, helping them to achieve excellent academic results.
Helping every pupil fulfil their potential has been a hallmark of the School for many years, and progress and success are fundamental to what we do. Education is, however, about so much more than qualifications.
The range of experiences and co-curricular provisions on offer make for happy and resilient young people who have an appetite for discover an ambition to make their mark on the world.
“A Top Small Independent School for A level results” – The Telegraph
Kingham is also accredited by the US Department of Education and the Middle States Association (MSA) to deliver a unique American High School education taught by dedicated experts, coupled with the rich cultural experience of learning within a British school that has been educating and developing young people for over 130 years.
Category: Senior, Sixth Form
Type: Day & Boarding
Religious Affiliation: Christian
Roll: 200 Boys / 151 Girls
Day pupils: 166
Boarder Number: 185
Age Range: 11-18 Years
Situated on the borders of Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire, between Cheltenham and Oxford and with easy access to both the M40 and M4. Direct train link from Kingham Station (5 minutes from School) to London takes 80 mins and to Oxford 20 mins.
School Contact Details
Headteacher: Mr N Seward
Contact for enquiries:Mrs Helen Cope
Kingham, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire
Tel: 01608 731884
Cited as ‘the most beautiful campus in all of England’, Kingham embraces the beauty of the Cotswold Countryside with a School Farm that all pupils enjoy.
A new Library, Science and Maths Building and Sports Centre have all been built in the last 4 years.
To use the interactive map of the school click HERE
The School offers Academic Scholarships for pupils joining in the Year 7, Year 9 and Lower Sixth Forms.
In addition, the school offers Organ Scholarships for pupils joining in the Lower Sixth.
Exhibitions are offered to pupils primarily in Music (for Year 7 and Year 9 entry) and Sport (for Year 9 and Sixth Form entry), although an Exhibition may be offered in any field of
performance where excellence on a national level has been demonstrated.
After registration, children will be invited to attend an assessment and informal interview with the Headmaster. The assessment covers English, Maths and General Reasoning skills. No revision is required.
Day fees. From £5,965 to £6,795 per term.
Boarding fees. From £8,450 to £11,450 per term.
ISC association The Society of Heads, AGBIS, ISBA
Affiliations BSA, CReSTeD, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Middle States Association (US Education Department)
All visits are welcome, please contact the school
In these uncertain times, when things are changing day by day, Kingham Hill school remains steadfast in its resolve to provide the very best education in a safe, secure and caring environment. And although we cannot show you around the school in person at this time, we would very much like to show you what Kingham Hill can offer you and your children. So please do get in touch, either by phone 01608 658999 or using the form here
View the school video and explore our interactive map here
Families are welcome to visit the School by contacting our registrar by email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Riding High – Kingham Hill...
Congratulations to our 3rd Form pupil Alice Frampton (pictured) who competed for Kingham Hill School at the Schools Equestrian Games at Swalcliffe, qualifying for the finals in Broadway on October 6th. We wish her every success. Well done Alice!Read more
Try, try and try again…...
Congratulations to the 1st XV boys rugby team who won a stunning victory away to Rendcomb. The boys played a superb game and racked up an extremely high score, winning the match 50 points to nil. Jamie Quick (Year 11) was one of the players to have his first game for the 1st XV and...Read more
School recognised in the Parliamentary...
With Kingham Hill School being recognised in the Parliamentary Review as an example of outstanding academic and pastoral practice, Headmaster Nick Seward and his wife Hannah attended the Parliamentary Review Gala in London last night. Founded with The Rt Hon David Curry as chief editor to share and promote best practice across the public and private sectors, The Parliamentary...Read more
Sixth Form Celebrates Fourth Year...
For the fourth year running, Kingham pupils are celebrating record-breaking examination success, with 45% of all grades achieving A* or A. “Coming first in the Oxfordshire league table for Sixth Form academic qualifications last year was a tough act to follow, but I am delighted that our pupils and their teachers have secured record-breaking results...Read more