Holland Park School

Kensington and Chelsea, United Kingdom


Location: Kensington and Chelsea, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 11 - 18 years

About Holland Park School

We encourage you to read our website very carefully and familiarise yourself with our 2014 Ofsted report, our prospectus, candidate information pack and application form for the post. What will be clear to you is that you are applying to an extremely successful school and one with a decidedly clear ethos of achievement. The school’s results place it in the top 10% of schools nationally. We moved, in November 2012, into a brand new £80 million school. The school became an Academy in September 2013 and was recognised by the Department for Education as a Teaching School in 2015. The school is committed to developing its teachers and to fostering the development of outstanding teaching. The school is not part of a multi-academy trust and teachers enjoy the benefits of a small and personalised community which is committed to creating careers for people. The school is experienced in supporting NQTs and indeed enjoys this aspect of staff development but it has had equal success in fostering the careers of colleagues who join having taught in other schools.

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Location


Address: Airlie Gardens, Campden Hill Road, London, W8 7AF, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 20 7908 1000
What people say about us

Teachers’ marking is among the very best. It is rooted in a forensic understanding of their subjects and ensures students make fast, secure progress.

- Ofsted

Teaching is outstanding and often exceptional. Teachers are confident in their deep rooted subject knowledge and their appetite for further learning is voracious.

- Ofsted

Students’ desire for education has no bounds. They soak up enrichment with relish and seek broader learning at every opportunity. They are confident, curious and always compassionate.

- Ofsted

Students’ behaviour is exemplary. Their superb attitudes to learning permeate all lessons and play a key part in their outstanding progress. They feel utterly safe and nurtured. The academy shows excellent practice in the way it safeguards and promotes their well-being.

- Ofsted

Students make outstanding progress in a wide range of subjects and in all year groups.

- Ofsted

Students, staff and parents are immensely proud to be part of this exceptional academy.

- Ofsted

The sixth form is outstanding. The Deputy Head in charge of the sixth form is an exceptional leader who, with his superb teaching team, leads a sixth form where intellectual endeavour is ‘cool’ and embraced by all.

- Ofsted

Students are excited by the huge range of opportunities to extend their learning, inside and outside the classroom.

- Ofsted

A strong moral and spiritual purpose permeates the academy.

- Ofsted

Governors are proud to lead the academy. They are unwavering in their commitment to its continued improvement. They are focused, skilled and assertive in their support and challenge for the academy.

- Ofsted

Leaders and teachers embrace the academy’s commitment to scholastic excellence with vigour. Their determination to challenge each other and all students pervades the entire community.

- Ofsted

The Head is an inspiration to all. His relentless drive for improvement touches every single aspect of this wonderful

- The Good Schools Guide
Positions available at Holland Park School