Take a look around our fantastic building and facilities, and meet some of our students and staff, through this 360 virtual and interactive tour of our site. Please note, the film features our former Head Teacher Mr Abramson.
King's College London Mathematics School is for students who have a fascination for mathematics. Our Head Teacher is Mr Timothy Bateup who joined us in September 2023.
KCLMS stretches and challenges young people with an interest in maths, in a friendly, supportive environment.King's Maths School parent
King's College London Mathematics School is run in partnership with King's College London University, to provide high quality mathematics education in the heart of London.
Learners benefit from the excellent partnership with King's College London University. As a result, learners are prepared very well for entry into the most prestigious universities, including to Oxford and Cambridge.Ofsted report, King's College London Mathematics School, June 2017
The school was inspired by the Kolmogorov Physics and Mathematics School in Moscow, established in 1965 by Andrey Kolmogorov, one of the leading Mathematicians of the 20th Century.
Featuring our former Head Teacher Mr Dan Abramson OBE, who launched the school, the video below explains a bit more about our vision and the concept behind our building's architecture.
Our curriculum combines mathematics with physics and computing to give students the key understanding and skills they will need to go on to study mathematical courses at universities. Our extended curriculum, which culminates in an extended individual research project, provides students with a broad understanding of the world around them as well as research, writing and presentation skills.
Our lessons take students beyond the content required for examinations, and in doing so we are able to not only achieve excellence in public examinations, but also to inspire students and prepare them effectively for university study and successful careers.
Students take A-levels in Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics, as well as an AS in either Computing or Economics.
Mathematical developments have underpinned the technological and information revolutions that have transformed the modern world, and yet the subject is far more than simply a valuable tool for scientists, engineers and financial analysts: it is a beautiful, powerful, enriching and immensely stimulating subject.
The Class of 2023 have attained outstanding A Level results, with 69% A* grades and 91% A*-A grades.