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Kingsland C.E. Academy | Sparking Imaginations

Hello & Welcome

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Kingsland C.E. Academy where the children are offered an exciting, fun and creative curriculum. We believe in the importance of developing children’s social skills and confidence leading to informed decision making.

Mrs. Goddard – Executive Principal

Hello & Welcome

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Kingsland C.E. Academy where the children are offered an exciting, fun and creative curriculum. We believe in the importance of developing children’s social skills and confidence that leads to informed decision making.

Mrs. Goddard – Executive Principal

Meet The Team

Say hello to our friendly and committed team.

Dates For Your Calendar

Check out the latest term dates and events.

Together, we will inspire our children and encourage them to believe in themselves and to strive for their dreams.
Mrs. S. GoddardExecutive Principal
Together, we will inspire our children and encourage them to believe in themselves and to strive for their dreams.
Mrs. S. GoddardExecutive Principal

Our Values & Ethos

At Kingsland CE Academy we value our children, staff and families and welcome them into our caring, happy and safe Church of England school community.

Jesus said “I am the light of the world. If you follow me, you won’t have to walk in darkness, because you will have the light that leads to life.”  John 8 v12.  Here Jesus reminds us that God wants the very best for us and when we walk with Him we flourish and reach our potential.

Our effectiveness as a Church of England school is outstanding.

The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners.
SIAMS Report2016

View The SIAMS Report

We are delighted to say that following our most recent inspection, the school has been judged to be outstanding in the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) Report!

Stoke RTC

In 2018, Kingsland C.E. Academy was proud to become the Apple Regional Training Centre (RTC) for Stoke. Apple RTC’s deliver free courses to build the skills and confidence of educators to use Apple technology.

School Uniform

We are very proud of our smart school uniform.

Academy Policies

Safeguarding the well-being of students and staff.

World Book Week

We really enjoyed World Book Week at Kingsland this year. Check out the photos and fun we had…

Academy Curriculum

A curriculum that challenges, engages and motivates children to learn, meeting their needs and promoting hands-on learning.

We work hard to make learning fun for everyone. Children are encouraged to develop their independence and become creative learners. Every half-term the classroom learning environments are changed to represent their new topic. Children study all subjects through a main text as we encourage all to become avid readers. Educational visits offer exciting opportunities to support topics, which brings learning to life and widens experiences..

Phonics & Reading

At Kingsland we want our children to be passionate readers.

Our role is to instil and nurture a love of reading for all our pupils. We have an extensive and exciting range of books for the children to read and a well stocked school library. Our aim is to provide books that are both stimulating and challenging.

Kingsland Guarantee

Check out what our children are learning and our approach to reading and phonics.


Every minute matters. We recommend your child only misses school if they are unwell.


The Academy Governors are committed to developing an inclusive school that reflects the diversity of the local community.

There are 60 pupils in each year group throughout the Academy. Parents wishing to apply for a place for their child should call the Academy on 01782 234430 or online at the Stoke-on-Trent Council Admissions webpage. Admission is not dependent on being a member of a particular faith community. We follow Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s admission policy.

Pupil Premium

How and where we spend Pupil and Sports Premium.


Find out more about our school governors.

School Games Gold

The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.

Participating in this process allows schools to evaluate their PE provision and assists them in developing an action plan for future progress. We are proud to have achieved the Gold award!


Find out all you need to know about how to join.

Our Results

Take a look at what our Key Stage 2 children have achieved.

Kingsland is really good fun, but we can also do a lot of learning at the same time. I feel lucky to be in this school, because other schools don’t have the things that we do.
If the children I met are anything to go by, this city's future is in safe hands. They were a delight and a credit to their teachers, their parents and their community.
Councillor Abi BrownDeputy Leader Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Healthy Eating

Teach your little ones healthy eating habits.
A healthy, balanced diet for children provides essential vitamins, minerals and other nutritional goodies that are needed for healthy growth and development.

British Values

British values play an important role in education, find out how.


Ofsted inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people.

School Environment

Our Academy is a friendly, inspiring environment at the heart of our community.

As a two form entry, we provide educational services for children from Reception to Year 6.


We are part of the St. Bart’s Academy Trust which is committed to improving the life chances of children.









We Aspire

to set high standards and to respect people of all ages, races and cultures.

We Aim

to deliver exciting and quality learning experience in a safe, secure and happy environment.

We Endeavour

to achieve high standards in every aspect of school life, making use of all the resources available.

Chris Brislen – Chief Executive Officer

We believe education is preparation for life and seek to prepare each child to face life beyond School with confidence.

The St. Bart’s Trust

Vision & Values


We are privileged to be working in education, where we have the ability to profoundly change children’s lives. Our aim is always to provide for the pupils of our Academies what we would want for our own children.



All staff have a duty and responsibility to be encouraging and supportive of each other. All our schools have a “can do” culture where excuses are never tolerated.


Embodied in the Trust motto, “Achieving schools and caring communities”. All academy members are expected to aim for excellence in their individual professional roles.


In the best traditions of the profession all staff are prepared to go the extra mile to provide the best possible education for their pupils. The interests of children are paramount and guide all that we seek to do and achieve.


The time children spend in education is precious. We have a responsibility to ensure that every moment a child is in a St. Bart’s Academy they enjoy learning and strive hard to achieve well and fulfil their maximum potential.


Our core values are represented through the acronym: PEACE. These values form the basis of initial discussions with all prospective employees of the St. Bart’s Academies.

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Have you got a question or do you need more information?
We’ll be happy to help.

Our Office team of Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Lancaster and Mrs. Brown are here to help you with any questions you might have. Our Chair of Governors, Rev. Dave Street can be contacted via the Academy.

Kingsland C.E. Academy | Sparking Imaginations