Community in action
At Kings, learning is not confined to the classroom. It is a broad and constant process in which we also aim to learn from and about each other.
We can then understand more about the world around us, and can make a positive contribution to the communities in which we all belong.
We aim to become better citizens — locally and globally.
Our goal is to make a difference across three main areas within Kings Social Responsibility
— Sustainability, Community and Education.
Kings Education is committed to developing and implementing policies which allow us to operate in an environmentally sustainable way.
We are also committed to nurturing a culture in which a heightened awareness and responsiveness to a sustainable life is encouraged.
We have active policies relating to energy consumption, transport and recycling.
Our campuses are active and dynamic communities of teachers, support staff and students who come to us from over 80 countries.
We are committed to encouraging students and staff to play an active role within their wider communities at the local and global level.
We are also dedicated to making a positive difference in each of the communities to which we belong — locally, nationally and internationally.
Our ethos is to provide each of our students with a broad educational experience, both in and out of the classroom.
This might be within their learning programme, as part of their extracurricular activities or within the wider context of their local communities.
Find out about our student-centred approach.
United World Schools
Kings Education is proud to support United World Schools. The UWS vision is simple but purposeful: "To teach the unreached".
United World Schools build and sustain new schools in some of the world's most disadvantaged regions. UWS supports communities by providing free basic education for children who would otherwise go without.
Kings Education has committed to fund the building and resourcing of at least one new school in Cambodia each year. We will engage our students, staff and parents in raising awareness and developing exciting fundraising ideas.