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The King Edmund School
Vaughan Close, SS4 1TL, UK Rochford
+44 (0)1702 545771

King Edmund Community School

Welcome to King Edmund Community School

Choosing your child’s secondary school is such an important decision, one that cannot be left to chance. It is important that you are able to gather as much information as possible in order to make the ‘RIGHT CHOICE’. I firmly believe that in choosing King Edmund Community School you will be making the right choice, with the knowledge that we will ensure your child benefits from the very best quality learning experiences and opportunities that are available at our school. 

As our vision statement, “Aspiring to Excellence in a Supportive Learning Environment”, suggests, our focus is entirely on the development of the whole child. At King Edmund Community School we believe that young people have a right to a safe, happy, varied and challenging learning experience. Within this context, integrity, responsibility and respect are some of the personal qualities which we value from all members of our school community.

We aim to ensure that all students are given the opportunity to develop their individual talents and aptitudes, both within and beyond the classroom. The learning experience at King Edmund Community School is not just about success in the classroom. The school is a vibrant community that equips students with the best possible preparation for their future lives.  

Much has improved in the school during the past two years. Standards of achievement and an improved learning environment are just two aspects. The challenge for all of us is to ensure that these improvements are built upon, and ensure that we truly transform the educational provision for our young people in the years ahead. 

I thank you for sharing an interest in our school and I look forward to welcoming you and your child into our community.

Roger Gilbert


A Community of Subjects

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Higher Learning in Yate

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Learning for a Healthy Community

Sports Colleges will raise standards of achievement in physical education and sport for all their students across the ability range leading to whole school improvement. They will be regional focal points for promoting excellence in physical education and community sport, extending links between families of schools, sports bodies and communities, sharing resources, developing and spreading good practice, helping to provide a structure through which young people can progress to careers in sport and physical education. Sports Colleges will increase participation in physical education and sport for all pre and post 16 year olds and develop the potential of talented performers.

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Learning for a Business Community

Business & Enterprise Colleges will use their specialist status to raise standards of achievement and the quality of learning for all their students. Business & Enterprise related subjects will contribute to whole school improvement by developing innovative approaches to teaching and learning. Business & Enterprise Colleges will enrich and extend learning by encouraging economic and business understanding, enterprise activities and opportunities for pupils to follow a wide range of work related learning pathways.

Business & Enterprise Colleges will raise the post-16 participation rate in the specialist subject areas, and provide young people with the skills needed to progress into employment, self- employment, further training and higher education according to their individual abilities, aptitudes and ambitions.

Business & Enterprise Colleges will be active partners in a learning society with their local families of schools and their communities, sharing resources and developing and sharing good practice. They will work in partnership with the wider community, including business and industry, to enhance opportunities for lifelong learning in the context of business and enterprise.

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