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The King’s School Canterbury

The King’s International College, Canterbury opened in September 2018. It will occupy a state-of-the-art building designed by top London architects, Walters & Cohen, located on the same site as the magnificent Malthouse development.

We are educating international students, preparing them to succeed in UK and worldwide schools and universities.

The College focus is upon educating international boys and girls, aged 12-16, and preparing them for entry to a suitable senior school for their further studies. The students are very much part of the King’s tradition and history but receive an education that is an innovative blend of the traditional and very modern, specifically constructed for international children and genuinely equipping them for a global future.

The classes are small and teaching and learning is based upon research and discussion around a bespoke curriculum. Year 11s take an appropriate range of IGCSEs and all students receive a College Graduation Certificate which recognises their academic progress, their personal development and their all-round contribution to College life.

As for any King’s education, the College provides a wide range of co-curricular opportunities with students combining with King’s pupils for all the wider programme, including music, sport and King’s Week.

Posted: 15.04.2020
Tags:   london & south east   co-ed school   senior school
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