Kingsland Primary School

Bandywood Crescent, Kingstanding, Birmingham, B44 9NA




Well done to all of our award winners. We are so proud of all of you for working and trying so hard! This week's award winners are: Star Pupil of the week: Universities of;– Nottingham - Bethany, Exeter – Cass, Birmingham – Frankie, Leeds – Lilly-May, York – Linda, Manchester – Skylah, Whole of Year 6 Headteachers Awards: Universities of; Warwick – Nancie, Aberystwyth – Surrey Swimming Award: 50m – Isabelle, Skye, Isabella, Samantha, Harvey, Jay, Kyron, Conrad, Armarni, Leah, Mitchell, Isabelle. 100m – Harvey, Phoebe, Katie, Outside Activity: Tyler & Ryan, medals for Race for Life. Children’s Newsletter Award: Isabelle, Katie, Yu Xuan



Our purpose built premisesKingsland Primary School is a thriving one and a half form entry school in the Kingstanding area of Birmingham. The school has 348 children in classes from Nursery to Year 6.

In May 2008 we had the privilege of moving into our new, purpose built premises. The move into the new premises was followed by the development of the outside area to include a football pitch, climbing and play equipment. This continues to be developed. 

Our school motto is 'Dream, Believe, Succeed, Togther'. Our warm, caring ethos is evident as you walk around our school. It is our role, as educators, to enable pupils to envisage the boundless possibilities that lie before them and to enable them to strive to achieve their dreams.

We look forward to welcoming you and your children to our School Community.

Our Mission Statement

Kingsland School aims to create a welcoming, happy, healthy and stimulating atmosphere in which children can develop and sustain caring relationships alongside high standards of behaviour and achievement, striving for mastery within the curriculum. The importance of emotional literacy and the well-being of every child underpins all activities. At Kingsland School we believe that all children and staff are entitled to feel safe, secure and confident in school, without threat of intimidation.

At Kingsland we believe that children and staff are entitled to feel safe, secure and confident in school without threat of intimidation.