Jake Perry, one of our Year 10 students sadly passed away on Tuesday evening. Everyone thoughts at Kingstone High School are with the family, and of course, Jake’s younger brother Ben.
If you would like any support over the holiday period the following organisation are there to help.

Cruise bereavement Care: 01432 359469 24hour voicemail

Child Death Helpline: Run by bereaved parents 0808 800 6019

www.childdeathhelpline.org.uk Phoenix: 01432 264555 www.phoenixbereavement.org

Winston’s Wish: 08452 030405 www.winstonswish.org.uk

Child line 0800 111 111

Grief encounter project: 0208 3718453

Results Day!

Year 11:

You will be able to collect your results from the Dining Hall on Thursday 24th August 2017 between 10:00am - 11:00am.

Year 10:

You will be able to collect your results from the Dining Hall on Thursday 24th August 2017 between 11:00am - 12:00pm.

Start of term September 2017

Monday 4th September is an INSET day and so Students are expected to return to School on Tuesday 5th September 2017.

Inappropriate Apps

Please click the link below for a list of inappropriate and unsafe apps that children have been downloading. The list has been created by the Herefordshire Council- Spotlight on children.

Click here


Year 11 leavers, Click the link below for a job opportunity!

Herefordshire Job Opportunities

Progress 8

Provisional Progress 8 scores will be reported in performance tables for the first time this term. It will measure pupils’ progress across eight qualifications from age 11 to 16

Progress 8 explained in 3 minutes- Watch the clip

Exciting news!

We are excited to announce that from 1st September 2016, Kingstone Academy Trust has entered into an association with Clehonger Church of England Primary School, with Mr Fisher now also becoming the Executive Headteacher of Clehonger; Miss Ransford is now the Head of Clehonger Primary School. This will in many ways resemble the type of arrangement already in place between Kingstone High School and Kingstone & Thruxton Primary School. There are many benefits to both organisations from such collaboration.

Choosing an instrument

Herefordshire Music Service has launched a new page on its website; ‘Choosing an instrument’. It’s designed to help children and their parent/carers make an informed choice about the instrument that is best for them. It includes pictures, information and brief video clips with instruments introduced by children and young people.

Please take a look by following this link:


Welcome to the caring, supportive and challenging learning environment of Kingstone High School.