Inspection Reports

Kingham Hill School '... is a supportive community of pupils and teachers treating each other with respect and kindness in this area of outstanding natural beauty'The Good Schools Guide, 2017

Kingham Hill School offers a high quality education in a welcoming community, and this has been recognised in our many inspection reports and also by Good Schools Guide who recommend us as one of their approved schools.

Our latest inspection reports from both the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) 2015 are testament that we are delivering on our mission. The ISI particularly noted when commenting on the curriculum & extra-curricular provision at the School that "It is consistent with the school's aims to provide a rounded education so that pupils are well equipped to flourish in their adult lives and it makes an effective contribution to pupils' achievement."

CReSTeD have recently inspected the School and another very pleasing report was forthcoming, confirming the school’s registration as having a high quality and officially approved Dyslexic Unit.

The reports contains many highlights. The following probably sum up why Kingham Hill is increasingly successful and attractive to parents looking for a rounded education for their children:

The strength of the school community is remarkable. Students receive a high quality education in a supportive, warm & beautiful environment. NEASC, 2015
The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of the pupils is excellent. ISI, 2015
Kingham Hill School is a school truly committed to each of the students it serves. The postive, safe, supportive and respectful culture provides a personalized and supportive learning & living environment. NEASC, 2015.
Pupils' personal development is excellent; pupils demonstrate qualities of exceptionally good manners, courtesy, tolerance and respect in all their relationships. ISI, 2015
The established school culture is very positive and respectful and easily recognized as soon as one is on campus. NEASC, 2015