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Schools in England have been instructed to close from the 20th March 2020 until further notice. All children are currently expected to stay at home and we have communicated this with all parents/carers. Care can be provided if required, please contact the school via email if you require this admin@kingsmead.derby.sch.uk or when someone from school contacts you please let us know.


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The Kingsmead School and Newton’s Walk


Key Worker Information

In order to comply with the Government’s guidance with regard to shutting schools and providing places for key worker children, it is necessary for us to collect and manage data about these children and their parents/carers in a different way.


Our standard GDPR policy applies, and information found on our privacy notices relating to staff, parents and of course pupils will apply in all cases.


We will use the information that relates to key workers in order to ensure that those children who are entitled to a place at school whilst schools are officially closed are correctly processed, managed and safeguarded.


The Data Controller continues to take its obligations to data processing seriously and will ensure that appropriate safeguards and measures are in place.


Ofsted Inspection 2018

Ofsted Report January 2018


"This is a good school"

"Excellent partnership working with other schools ensures that the majority of pupils are able to return to mainstream provision and those who attend the unit part-time improve their behaviour at their mainstream school."

March 2014

Click on the link below to see our full Ofsted Report

Ofsted Report​​​​​​​

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Parent View​​​​​​​


"Pupils achieve well because the unit is successful in convincing pupils that they can do well. A strong focus on English and mathematics is improving pupils’ skills particularly in reading and numeracy."

March 2014