Kingsmead is an old British family school, which prides itself on having educated successive generations of the same family. This continuity greatly strengthens the values and traditions, which make Kingsmead such an exceptional place.
Our excellent facilities, which are located on a 23-acre campus includes original Victorian school buildings alongside a state-of-the-art modern senior block. There are many peaceful study areas and the international boarders accommodation is on-campus in the homely and comfortable Meadway Cottages for the girls and Watts House for the boys.
Overseas pupils join us from aged 9 onwards and thereafter at any time in their school life. There is specialist support on-hand for children studying English as a second language and Kingsmead’s caring and nurturing ethos means that newcomers integrate quickly, are happy and thrive.
Strong links with leading multinationals opens the door to a range of outside-the-classroom experiences from factory visits to inspiring talks and lectures. Activities outside the curriculum are equally varied and enriching with outdoor pursuits playing a large role and unsurprisingly golf with Royal Liverpool on the doorstep as well as several other international championships! Other less physical pursuits include concert trips, dance, visits to art galleries in nearby Liverpool and Manchester and craftwork.
Entry and admissions
Kingsmead School works with international education agents and we visit selected countries together annually meeting many prospective families. Interested families are invited to visit during the school year to experience the school first-hand. We also welcome direct enquiries
throughout the year.
To enquire about overseas admissions, educational visits, or developing links at Kingsmead please contact:
Mark Gibbons, Headmaster
Sajjan Singh, Head of International Development
A beautiful location in Hoylake, Wirral
Located between Liverpool and North Wales, the Wirral peninsula boasts 25 miles of dramatic coastline and home to many beautiful Victorian villages, attractions and stunning parks, including West Kirby, Hoylake itself and Port Sunlight, built by Lord Lever for his factory workers.
The Wirral is a golfers paradise and part of England’s Golf Coast with the world-famous Royal Liverpool on its doorstep. There are a total of 14 golf courses on the peninsula alone and three Royal courses within the region – Royal Liverpool in Hoylake, Royal Birkdale in Southport, Royal Lytham St. Annes in Lancashire.
Take the ferry across the Mersey to Liverpool and it’s stunning waterfront, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Liverpool is also home to more museums and galleries than any other city outside London and the city made famous by the Beatles has recently being awarded UNESCO City of Music status.
Across the River Dee to the west is the rolling countryside of North Wales and majestic mountains of Snowdonia, perfect for outdoor pursuits.
Less than an hour away by coach is Manchester, another vibrant city ripe for educational experiences and closer to Hoylake is Chester, a historic walled Roman town; a sharp contrast to most UK cities.
For further information visit:
North Wales: https://www.gonorthwales.co.uk
Chester and Cheshire: https://www.visitcheshire.com
England’s Golf Coast: http://www.englandsgolfcoast.com