Cirencester Kingshill School is a co-educational comprehensive school for 11 – 16 year olds. In 1999 Kingshill became a Foundation School maintained by the Local Education Authority – Gloucestershire County Council. In August 2011 Kingshill School became an Academy, funded directly from central government. The school is very popular and is oversubscribed. Normally the school admits 165 pupils arranged in 6 forms of 27/28 pupils. The school currently has approximately 845 pupils on roll.
Since its foundation in 1976 the school has enjoyed continued success, in both academic achievement and the personal development of its pupils
The Headteacher is responsible to the Governors for the running of the school.
Skills School is an independent education and tuition centre based in the centre of Cirencester. We provide a range of affordable, professional tuition services for children and young people in the areas of English, Maths and Eleven Plus Preparation.
Skills School is run and entirely staffed by experienced and enthusiastic teachers who want to make a difference to the education and development of the students they work with, ensuring they reach their full potential. We are committed to providing high quality learning experiences that will lead to a brighter future for our students.
Cirencester College is a sixth-form college with its main campus situated on the outskirts of Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Cirencester College was awarded Outstanding status in all 5 categories by Ofsted in 2007, as well as the prestigious Beacon status, awarded in 2004.
Established in 1991 the college provides a range of academic, vocational, recreational and skills-related courses to students from Gloucestershire and North Wiltshire. Nigel Robbins OBE, retired at the end of 2010 after being in charge of the college since its establishment.