Here are a selection of our FAQs. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us .
Are you a private school?
No we are a free school which is state-funded, independent of the Local Authority. Independent and delivering a high quality education provision to all our pupils.
How many years does the school go up to?
As we are a new school we currently have Reception and Year 1 pupils in this school. We are a two-form entry school and over the next few years as our pupils move up, we will have pupils aged 4-11 (Reception to Y6).
How do you apply for a place in Reception?
You can apply to Kilburn Grange School through your local authority, making sure you select KGS school as your first choice. To apply, click here.
Are there any open days?
Yes, we run weekly open day tours for prospective parents to come and visit our school. They are held on a Wednesday at 2.30pm.
These tours are aimed at but not exclusive to, parents who have a child aged 4 or will turn 4 before 31st August and are therefore due to start Reception in September 2017.
TO BOOK: Please contact the school on: 0207 504 0547 or 07764969802. Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there any parking at school?
Unfortunately, there is no on-site parking, but there is ‘The Terrace’ car park in the road next to the school (£5.00 all day). Alternatively, parking meters are available outside the school in Priory Park Road.
If you would like further information about the location of the school, please click here.
Is Kilburn Grange School selective?
No. Kilburn Grange School follows the admissions code like all state-funded schools. Click here to view our admissions policy.
Will free schools be able to make a profit?
No. Free schools are run on a not-for-profit basis by a charitable trust. The school is managed by the Headteacher, Ms Helen Richardson, and her leadership team. They are answerable to a board of governors.
How is the school accountable?
The school is overseen by a Board of Governors who are accountable to the Bellevue Place Education Trust Board of Trustees who manage and maintain the school. In addition, the trust is accountable to the Department for Education through the terms of its Funding Agreement.