Awards, Recognition & Links
Ofsted has judged Kingsbury High School to be a consistently good school – in 2010, 2014 and 2018.
The Mayor of London recognised the exceptional practice at Kingsbury High School. Gold Club members are schools that have succeeded against the odds in improving students’ aspirations and achievements.
Kingsbury High School is a Rights Respecting School. The Award recognises our achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into practice within the school and beyond.
PiXL (Partners in Excellence) is a not-for-profit partnership of over 1,600 secondary schools, 500 sixth forms, 600 primary schools and 75 providers of alternative education. Together we share best practice to raise standards and to give students a better future and brighter hope.
Sports Leaders UK is a registered charity that provides nationally recognised, accredited leadership awards and qualifications to young people across the UK and overseas. These awards and qualifications have helped over 1 million young people gain life changing leadership and employability skills.
Kingsbury High School works together with a number of other schools in Harrow and Brent constantly striving for excellence and quality teaching.
The award programme promotes and encourages a whole-school approach to challenging stereotypes. Tiered progression levels put gender equality at the heart of policy and practice, recognising those striving to ensure there are no limits on young people reaching their full potential.