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King Solomon International Business School

Education Excellence & Character Development


Welcome to King solomon

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the website for King Solomon International Business School. I hope that this will give you an insight and a flavour of our all-through school.

As the Executive Headteacher, it is my privilege to be working alongside a professional and dedicated staff team who are committed to nurturing and developing all those who choose to learn here. We embrace students of all nationalities and religion and we seek to inspire our young people with the determination to fulfil their potential.

We are a happy and caring school that takes pride in diversity and celebrates individuality. We at King Solomon are determined to work tirelessly to develop and build upon its Christian core values, vision and student outcomes. It is our intention that by working closely together with parents, we can make King Solomon the best that it can possibly be.

We want our young people to be educated in a safe, secure and nurturing school, where there is harmony and inclusion. Our school is one where every child is nurtured, where every child is safe and where every child enjoys coming to school.

Our vision is that King Solomon International Business School is a place where parents, carers, staff, pupils and the community work together in partnership and collaboration to allow our children to thrive.

Our ideas are firmly grounded in honesty and integrity. Our purpose is developing students with empathy, understanding and appreciation for other views and opinions.  Our website can only give a flavour of King Solomon so I sincerely look forward to welcoming you to the school. We would encourage any of you who are considering applying for a place for your child(ren) to come and visit us on one of our many open events or by booking a tour by emailing  

Mr. D King   Executive Headteacher

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We are closed for the school holidays. Pupils return to school on Tuesday, September 3rd. For safeguarding concerns please contact: