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Great Kingshill C E Combined School
Cryers Hill Road, Great Kingshill, HP15 6JP, UK High Wycombe
+44 (0)1494 713159

Welcome to Great Kingshill CE Combined School


HeadteacherMr R A Dodds

Great Kingshill

Church of England Combined School

Cryers Hill Road,

  Great Kingshill

High Wycombe 

 Bucks HP15 6JP 


Phone:01494 713159

Fax :01494 718239




Great Kingshill School

We are a voluntary aided school catering for children aged 4-11. We are located just north-west of High Wycombe and serve a predominantly rural community.


Great Kingshill is a school in which your children will encounter a happy atmosphere that is both stimulating and caring and will  help your child achieve their potential.

We are extremely proud of all that goes on here. As our website demonstrates, the children are supported in their learning by dedicated staff, governors and parents.



School Mission : 

At Great Kingshill Combined School, we aim to create a caring, secure and stimulating environment in which all children are enabled to develop intellectually, spiritually, socially, morally and physically to gain an understanding of the diverse cultural society in which they live.


As a school, we encourage mutual respect and realise that everybody's values have their importance.  We encourage pupils to develop their own set of values and discuss these with others.


We provide children with a multi-cultural approach to education, with emphasis on Christian values.


At Great Kingshill, we strive to develop partnerships with local churches, parents, guardians, carers and the local community in order to create and sustain a professional learning environment.  This maintains a positive profile of the school within our local community.


I encourage you to browse around our website. You will find details of school events, visitors and activities that serve to enliven the curriculum.

History of our School:

A school has stood on this site since 1874, the original funding coming from members of the Disraeli family (who lived in Hughenden Manor) and Eton College.   The School opened with 15 pupils and has expanded in phases over the intervening years. The school now has a new ICT suite ,large library, a small school hall, an adventure playground, outdoor swimming pool and fourteen classrooms...with possible future developments.


Year Morning Session Afternoon Session
Reception, Year 1 & Year 2 08:50 - 12:00 13:15 - 15:10
Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6 08:50 - 12:15 13:15 - 15:15


Note : Reception, Years 1 & 2 have a 10 minute break in the afternoon.


Parents have a duty to ensure that their children arrive at School in good time for a prompt start to the first teaching session at 8:50 am.   Children should arrive at School between 8:35 and 8:45 am and may go to their classrooms from 8:40 am.   Children who are not already in their classrooms should go there immediately the School bell is rung.  Parents should leave their children on the playground or at the classroom door, as we want to encourage children to become independent right from the start of their school day.  Staff need to start work with pupils immediately the bell is sounded.





Grey or Black trousers

Grey Skirt or pinafore dress

White Shirt or polo shirt

White blouse or polo shirt

Red School jumper or fleece

Black or Grey Trousers


Grey or black tights or white socks


Red Checked or strip dresses

Sensible school shoes must be worn

Sensible school shoes must be worn

Indoor PE

Shorts , plain white T-shirt or in house colours and bare-feet.  Occasionally plimsolls maybe permitted


Outdoor games As for indoor P.E, though in winter we recommend trainers, tracksuit bottoms and sweatshirst be provided.



  • Jeans may not be worn
  • Trainers may not be worn
  • Any article of clothing which your child may have cause to remove must be clearly marked with your child's name.
  • Children with pierced ears may only wear stud-type ear-rings.  No other jewellery may be worn. 
  • Boys are not permitted to wear hair gel or have dyed hair.
  • Children must not wear baggy shorts or baggy fashion T-shirts for PE lessons as these garments can be extremely dangerous during apparatus work.

Lost Property

There is a lost property box located under the outside covered area - Please check here if your child has lost any item.   Periodically a display of all lost property is made to parents after which any excess is removed.   Please look at the events diary for details.


Please Click Here for School Shop




Welcome to the Curriculum area of the Website. 

Over the following pages we will detail general information on the subjects that the children are taught at the school. If you wish to see exactly what the current plan is for each year group, please follow the apporpriate links.

To see examples of the work produced please visit our 'Pupil Zone' pages or the 'Gallery'.


Subject guidelines

Year Group plans

Special Needs

Extra Curricular Activities

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