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Four Lives. One Day.
One School.

‘A Day in the Life of…’ video follows four King’s Ely pupils on a normal school day, and gives a real sense of everything that King’s Ely is. Turn up the sound to fully enjoy, and book your visit to the school straight away to see for yourself…!

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Hear from our parents
"King’s Ely Acremont Nursery was recently rated ‘outstanding’ in all aspects by Ofsted, which certainly did not come as a surprise to us. When our 3 year old daughter.. "
Mr and Mrs Jackson King’s Ely Acremont Nursery parents
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"We believed strongly that King’s Ely was the best fit for her, and in the ensuing two years have been proved absolutely right."
Mr and Mrs Nell King’s Ely Junior parent
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"We are delighted with the rounded education King’s Ely is providing and now look forward to him hopefully remaining at the school for his A Level studies..."
Mrs Watkins King’s Ely Senior parent
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What’s on at King’s Ely

In Art, our Year 6 King's Ely Junior pupils have been studying portraiture and they have created these wonderful mixed media self portraits in the style of American artist Kehinde…

Our Sixth Form Social Evening on May 20th was blessed with glorious sunshine! ☀️ Students enjoyed croquet on the Old Palace lawn, games of volleyball and Giant Jenga, music and…

A group of King’s Ely Senior students and staff have recently returned from an exciting Erasmus project @erasmusplusprojects in Denizli, Turkey! 🇹🇷 The theme of the programme, entitled ‘Rise The…

Hear from our head girl and boy
"I am delighted to have been appointed Head of School. What I love most about King’s Ely is how there is something for everyone. The school really does cater for all."
Ted Pepper, Head Boy
"King’s Ely has such a vibrant and buzzing atmosphere, and I would love to use my role to help all students feel welcome and included. Hopefully we can use this opportunity of leadership to engage with many voices throughout the school."
Eleanor MacGillivray, Head Girl