You can read our autumn 2023 newsletter as well as all past termly KCLMS Newsletters here.
KLCMS embarks on an exciting journey with Timothy Bateup taking the helm.
King’s Maths School is delighted to announce the appointment of Timothy Bateup as Head Teacher of King’s Maths School from September 2023. Mr Bateup is currently Head of Mathematics at City of London School for Girls, which he joined in 2015.
The former Head Teacher of King’s College London Mathematics School (KCLMS) has been awarded an OBE for services to Education in the New Year Honours List 2023.
The Executive Head Teacher of KCLMS, Dan Abramson, will leave the school at the end of the 2023 academic year following ten years in the role to explore new opportunities. The governors have instigated the search for a new Head Teacher for September 2023 and will announce a successor in due course.
KCLMS is offering paid teaching internships at its school in central London this Summer for undergraduates on a Maths, Physics, Computing or related degree. The programme will be based in its classrooms, working with a mixture of students and those from local secondary schools. Interns will learn from KCLMS' excellent teachers, supported by expert teacher trainers at King's College London.
2021 A Level results show our students’ tenacity and resilience. They attained outstanding A level success despite the pandemic.
King’s College London Maths School (KCLMS) has been crowned the champion of the prestigious Sheriff's London Challenge public speaking competition for the second year running, edging out over a dozen schools to the title.
Collaboration is a big part of our school's success. Students and staff continuously make use of whiteboards and seating pods, engendering discussion and problem solving. During the Covid-19 lockdown, we created online virtual pods, which made remote working less isolating and meant that students could still work together on interesting problems.