Queen Katherine School 

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The school is proud of the campus and the facilities provided for students. 14-19 students from Sandgate School share our site and we have first class facilities for Mathematics, English, technology, Engineering, Performing Arts, PE, Geography, History and modern languages.  We have 5 superbly equipped science spaces and are planning to redevelop and refurbish our existing 5 laboratory spaces to ensure outstanding laboratories for all areas of the science curriculum.

We pride ourselves on offering a first class education for students in the town of Kendal and the surrounding area. We are national support school, a national teaching school a strategic facility for students with physical and medical difficulties, a lead school for Extended School Provision and recognised as a centre of Excellence for Performing Arts and Sport. We are rated as Outstanding by OFSTED.

As a co-educational 11-18 school with approximately 1400 students, we regard ourselves as forward looking, whilst retaining the best of the more traditional features and values. Governors, staff, parents and students strongly support our Vision Statement.  Students at all levels succeed and our progression rates to 6th form, FE colleges, apprenticeships, university places and employment are exemplary. We regularly feature highly in league tables for both GCSE and Advanced level results. 

We pride ourselves in a wide range of extracurricular activities and actively encourage all our students to take up the vast range of opportunities on offer, from knitting club to Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award, we cater for students of all ability.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mr Gareth Roscoe
Contact Position
HEAD 
Telephone
01539 743900 (Phone)
01539 741223 (Fax)
E-mail
enquiries@queenkatherine.org
Website
Queen Katherine School

Where to go

Name
Queen Katherine School
Address
Appleby Road
Kendal 
Cumbria
Postcode
LA9 6PJ

Local Offer

Local Offer Description

If a student has significant problems that hinder/prevent him/her from learning or benefiting from the normal education or educational facilities provided for the majority of his/her peers (who attend mainstream secondary schools within the LA) then that student has a learning difficulty. N.B. This definition of learning difficulty does not apply to students who have learning problems solely because his/her first language is different from the language in which he/she will receive his/her education.

If the student needs different or additional educational provision to that generally provided for his/her peers (who attend a mainstream secondary school) then that educational provision is deemed 'special educational provision'.

Contact Name
Mrs E Reynolds
Contact Telephone
01539 743900
Contact Email
erika.reynolds@queenkatherine.org
Links
Queen Katherine School - Special Educational Needs (SEN) Policy

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Address: Appleby Road  Kendal   Cumbria

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