Kingsway Primary School

Kingsway Primary School

"Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day"

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Every child, every chance, every day.

Welcome to Kingsway Primary School's website.  We hope you enjoy finding out more about our school.

At Kingsway Primary School we believe in giving every child every chance to flourish, everyday.

The well-being of everyone in our school community is at the heart of all that we do.  We foster our children's self-belief and self-worth so that they are driven to put their greatest efforts into the challenges they meet.  We encourage children to ask questions, find solutions and to aim high.

The Kingsway School Code of Conduct reinforces the emphasis we place on children striving to be good citizens who take care of others and are responsible for their own actions.

  • Respect people and property
  • Try your best
  • Be kind

We are a large, diverse and happy school with determination to be the best that we can be and to give our children the confidence, skills and ambition to boost their journey beyond the primary years.

Please do not hesitate to contact our school for more information on 01405 763716 and a member of our Admin Team (Mrs L Redman, Mrs P Wreakes , Dr R White and Ms J Gormley) will be happy to take your call and help answer any queries.

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"The quality of care, guidance and support provided by the Family Liaison Team, particularly for vulnerable pupils and those new to the United Kingdom, is good." Ofsted Report

Updated COVID-19 Guidance

After agreement with the Schools Pandemic Support Officers and the East Riding Public Health team, if someone in a household has tested positive for COVID-19 (on LFD or PCR), pupils are advised to stay at home. 


  • If your child develops symptoms, they should get a PCR test straight away
  • If your child doesn't have any symptoms, they should get a PCR test 3-5 days after their household member started with symptoms (or took their test if they had no symptoms)
  • If the PCR test taken 3-5 days after a household member started with symptoms is negative, the child can return to school but must stay at home and arrange another PCR test if they go on to develop symptoms.