Why work at Kings’?
thinking of joining the team?
Kings’ School and Hampshire County Council are absolutely committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (formerly a Criminal Records Bureau check) along with other relevant employment checks.
“There is a strong sense of community, of support, and the ‘Una Laborantes’ motto has been, and continues to be, very much evident throughout my time here.”
Mr Clarke (Head of Music)
“I love being part of the busy community of a secondary school and seeing young people arrive as nervous y7’s and leave as confident ‘almost adults’ ready for the world of college and work is really fulfilling, especially if I know I have had a small part to play in supporting that pupil on their journey into adult life.”
Mrs Baxter (Pastoral Support Worker)
“I have been aware of Kings’ and its excellent reputation for a number of years… so the mention of Kings’ is always there on the periphery, and hence, that reputation, coupled with the school’s standing within the Winchester community, was the deciding factor when I saw the job advert.”
Mr Culleton (Business Manager)