“We teach our children to acquire personal integrity, to uphold respect for cultural diversity, and develop a sense of global responsibility.”
We are an educational charity with a family of 5 schools and 2,600 pupils in North London.
We challenge every pupil, parent and teacher with high expectations in order to provide a learning environment to help each child develop individually.
At a North Star academy every child will experience the very special freedom that comes with having the greatest number of opportunities.
We aspire to excellent academic results, with year on year improvements, achieved through the first-class teaching of a broad based curriculum.
We will engender a core philosophy to make sure every member of staff understands and feels able to play a role in our success.
Joining the Local Governing Body as a governor offers you the opportunity to make a real contribution to the life and work of the academy.
We have launched a new campaign across our academies to encourage reading between parents, carers and children. Read Aloud. 15 minutes. Every day.
Work for us? You will find a friendly, supportive and experienced leadership team. Enthusiastic, motivated and curious children.
Community Outreach is a service we provide for our parents and carers, to encourage you to take part in your child’s education in school.
A good nutritious meal at lunchtime has important health and educational benefits for children.
We are very proud of our school. At the heart of the community, we work in close partnership with parents and carers.We were very pleased with our first SATs results in 2019 and will look to improve on our academic performance every year.
This new academy, opened in September 2012, Kingfisher Hall is a two-form entry school, It occupies a state-of-the-art two-storey school building, just off The Ride in Enfield Highway, EN3.
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