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Location factfile: Kings London In this factfile: ƒƒ College facilities ƒƒ Local map ƒƒ Key staff ƒƒ Courses available ƒƒ Sample activities ƒƒ Nationality statistics ƒƒ Student survey results ƒƒ Typical excursions ƒƒ Accommodation options

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Kings London Choose Kings London 1 One of the world’s most iconic cities 2 Suburban location ensuring suitable study environment 3 Many top UK universities in London


Location factfile: Kings London

People you’ll meet Emma Carlile Director of Studies, Academic Programmes

Margharita Leonard Student Welfare Officer

Gaston Zapata Travel Manager

Victor Garcia Accommodation Manager

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Kings Residential Apartments 14 minute walk

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Sports centre Beckenham Road Tram station 5 minute walk

Hayne Road bus stops (194, 227, 354, 358, N3) Library

Cinema KEN HAM ROA Clock Tower D Train station 3 minute walk Kings London Kings London Main teaching centre Annexe

Beckenham Junction Tram and train station Central London 22 minutes’ train ride To Bromley Shopping Centre High Street with shops, cafes, banks, restaurants etc

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Welcome to Kings London

Location factfile: Kings London

Kings London is located in the safe, attractive suburb of Beckenham, only 20 minutes by train from Central London. The main College has been transformed by a modern ‘link’ building, which houses a new reception area and cafeteria, and connects the main teaching blocks. Our annexe building, two minutes’ walk away, has a large, modern Computer Learning Centre and spacious classrooms with interactive whiteboards. Students also benefit from the lovely College gardens.

College address and contact number Kings London 25 – 27 Beckenham Road Beckenham BR3 4PR

The contemporary reception area

T +44 (0)20 8650 5891 F +44 (0)20 8663 3224 College facilities Spacious classrooms Interactive whiteboards Art Studio Computer Learning Centre Library resources On-site cafeteria Outside eating area Garden area Wireless internet access Science labs

Spacious garden and outside dining

The modern new cafeteria

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Computer Learning Centre in the annexe building

Purpose designed science labs

Fully equipped art studio


Courses at Kings London

Location factfile: Kings London

GCSE

Art Foundation

International High School Programme

3 term GCSE: Entry from: Age 15, IELTS 5.0* Starts: September

Entry from: Aged 16, IELTS 5.0* Starts: September and January

Entry from: Aged 14, IELTS* or Junior English Test Starts: September and January

Extended Art Foundation Entry from: Aged 16, IELTS 4.0* Starts: September, January and April Download

Download the dedicated brochure

the factsheet Download the Art at Kings

A-levels Entry from: Age 16, IELTS 5.5* Starts: September or January

brochure

Extended A-level

Aston University Guaranteed Offer Programme

Entry from: Age 15, IELTS 4.0* Starts: September, January, April, June

Entry from: 16 (A-level), 17 (ALF); IELTS 5.5* Starts: September, January (not Medicine)

One year A-level Entry from: Age 17 (16 in exceptional circumstances) , IELTS 6.5* Starts: September

Download the Aston University brochure

Easter Revision Programme Entry from: Aged 15, IELTS 5.5* Starts: March and April English Preparation Entry from: Aged 15, IELTS 3.5 – 5.0* Starts: January, April, July and September IELTS Preparation Entry from: Aged 16, IELTS 4.0* Starts: Various, see factsheet

International Business Foundation Download the dedicated A-levels brochure

Entry from: Aged 17, IELTS 4.5* Starts: September, January

Advanced Level Foundation

Extended International Business Foundation

Entry from: Age 17, IELTS 5.5* Starts: September or January

Entry from: Aged 17, IELTS 3.5* Starts: September, January, April, June

Extended Foundation

Law Foundation

Entry from: Age 16, IELTS 4.5* Starts: September, January, April, June

Entry from: Aged 17, IELTS 5.5* Starts: September, January

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dedicated brochure

Foundation brochure

* Or equivalent

Factsheets for all courses are available


College life and community Sample Social activities

Location factfile: Kings London

Nationality statistics

Tennis

Sample enrichment ƒƒ Bank of England visit

Basketball Football training and matches Drama workshop Theatre Live music The Bank of England is the UK's central bank, its role is to deliver monetary and financial stability for the British people. It is a popular excursion destination amongst our Business students.

Cultural events Badminton Tenpin bowling Football matches — Fulham FC, Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs

ƒƒ The Royal Society, London

Cinema Shopping

 W  estern Europe 8%

Restaurant evenings

 African Nations 5%

Sample Clubs and Societies

 Americas 13%

Student Council

 Asia 20%

Kings Enterprise

 China/Hong Kong/Macau 24%

Debating Society

 Former Soviet Union 7%

Textiles Club Performing Arts Photography Society Culture Club Science in the News Guitar Club

 Middle East 6%  China 17%

Foundation students at Kings London attended the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition in London. They visited many different stands, including one where they learnt from a Physics PhD student at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) about how the Atlas detector discovered the Higgs Boson.

Nationality Statistics 2017 – 2018

ƒƒ Google Science Fair ƒƒ Houses of Parliament ƒƒ Tate Gallery

Sample activities calendar (click image or follow QR in bottom right corner to view current activities calendar)


Out and about in London

Location factfile: Kings London

Area surrounding St. Peters St. Peters is right in the heart of the city centre, meaning that within minutes students can reach:  Shops, bars restaurants (1 minute)  Town centre residence (3 minutes)  Beach (5 minutes) Area surrounding Braidley Road

London is one of the world’s greenest cities with more parks than nearly anywhere else on earth.

Directly opposite the school is a fantastic health and fitness centre — with discounted membership for Kings students!

Meyrick Park is a five minute walk from the College, and within it there is:  a health centre  a tennis court  a golf course  two large rugby/football fields Distances to important landmarks City Centre and London Balloon

10 min walk, 10 min bus (from Braidley Road); 2 min walk (from St. Peters Quarter)

Beach

20 min walk, 15 min bus (from Braidley Road), 5 min walk (from St. Peters Quarter)

Train station

15 min walk, 10 min bus

New Forest

30 min train

London

2 hr train, 2.5 hr coach

Winchester

40 min train, 1 hr bus

The historical heart of London is just 20 minutes away from the school.

Typical excursions Poole Harbour Brownsea Island (Summer only) Salisbury and Stonehenge Portsmouth

Sightseeing opportunities are all around you — Piccadilly Circus is a must!

London is also home to some world-class museums — including the Natural History museum pictured.

There are also amazing art galleries, including the National Portrait Gallery right by Trafalgar Square

London is easy to get around, with a world-class public transport system

Bath Oxford, Windsor and Eton* Harry Potter Studios* Christchurch Swanage and Corfe Castle Winchester and the New Forest Brighton London Theatre trips* *These excursions are offered via external excursion companies

Great shopping is all around you ­— head to Carnaby Street for some great fashion.


Accommodation

Location factfile: Kings London

Student Residences

Student Houses

Homestay

Kings London are now offering premium student apartments located just a 15-minute walk from the college. Accommodation is offered on a selfcatering basis, and a range of single and twin rooms (all with en suite bathrooms) are

Kings London students have access to a number of student houses, located in safe neighbourhoods within 15 – 20 minutes’ walk from the College. Rooms in student houses are all single (with shared bathrooms) and they are offered on a self-catering basis.

Homestays are located in Beckenham and its surrounding areas and are carefully selected and inspected by our Accommodation Officers. Students studying on courses of over 24 weeks are guaranteed a 30 minute walk to school.

available. This option is open to students aged 18 and over.

This option is open to students aged 18 and over. There is a minimum booking term of 12 weeks.

Students on courses less than 24 weeks may be further than a 30 minute walk and may have to take a form of transport to school (bus, tram, etc). Single and Twin rooms are available all year round. Homestay Extra is also available for those who would prefer the use of a private bathroom.

Download all London accommodation factsheets here

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