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Duke of Kent School celebrates Year 11 GCSE results PDF Print E-mail


Congratulations to our Year 11 students on their performance in the GCSE examinations. It is particularly pleasing to see 100% of pupils achieving A*- C passes in their English Language and Mathematics.


45% of grades in English were awarded A grade and 30% of Mathematics grades were awarded A*- A.  Triple Science students also scored highly with 60% of Physics grades awarded A*-A.

All the pupils have achieved what they need to go on to their next courses of study at sixth forms including Christ’s Hospital, St John’s Leatherhead, St George’s Weybridge, Godalming College and Hurtwood House. We wish them every success.


There were some fantastic individual performances too: congratulations to our Head Boy, Liam, on the award of 7 A* and 2 A grades, and to Will on 4 A* and 4 A grades. Those who saw her stunning Summer Exhibition will not be surprised to hear that Lucy's Art gained her an A*.


We are extremely proud of what the students have accomplished during their time at Duke of Kent School both in and out of the classroom and it is particularly pleasing to see them achieving so well at GCSE. Their grades keep the doors wide open for the next stage of study and beyond.


As an inclusive school with a broad academic range, our focus is on enabling each child to achieve potential. It is tremendously rewarding to see once again A and A* grades awarded in all major subject areas. However, we are also celebrating today many other individual success stories for pupils whose hard work has been rewarded in some cases beyond what they would have once dreamed possible.  Thanks to all our teachers and parents for their support and congratulations to the class of 2013.


For a detailed breakdown of the results, please click pdf here

Welcome PDF Print E-mail

frontWelcome to Duke of Kent School website. We hope that you will find it gives you a useful introduction to what we offer here.

Our aim as a school is to nurture the talents and energy of each pupil in as creative and vibrant a way as possible. The quality we most like to see, from prospective and current pupils, is a spirit of enquiry. It is this spirit that produces a real appetite for learning and development.

Our programme requires a great deal of commitment from pupils and teachers. This commitment grows naturally in the unique atmosphere we have created at this school.

A family school PDF Print E-mail

rugbyThis is a small, family school, where all pupils can flourish, because we encourage success without fear of failure.

If you like what you see on this website, please come and visit us so that we can give you a fuller picture of what we have to offer. The School is often able to offer bursaries to children of families with RAF connections, where financial need can be demonstrated.

Extending to GCSE PDF Print E-mail

From September 2009, Duke of Kent School began offering local independent co-education from 3(+) to GCSE.

Why did the School take this step?

  • Parental requests over many years
  • Needed within the locality
  • Existing facilities already appropriate for the new age-range
  • Enables the School to attract pupils from a wider geographical radius
  • Freedom from previous constitutional constriction