"Kepier is a good school with outstanding features." Ofsted 2016

A Warm Welcome to Kepier

Welcome to our website. We really believe Kepier is ‘a special place’. There's a real buzz around our school; an excitement about the whole process of learning. Through everything we do, learners are encouraged to develop as unique individuals. We give them the confidence to voice what they truly want from life, and the capacity to go out and get it. At Kepier, we actively promote good behaviour and we strive to create a safe, orderly, purposeful, happy and challenging environment, in which outstanding teaching and learning can take place.

Mrs N Cooper - Principal

Nicky Cooper

Why come to Kepier?

Some great reasons to come to Kepier.

Kepier Philosophy

Every child is entitled to a good education. That’s the minimum you can expect from us.

Our Results

We are proud to share our results with you.

Ofsted Report

"Kepier is a good school with outstanding features." Oftsed 2016

After School Clubs

Extra extra curricular activities

Google Classroom

Infomration for parents on Google Classrooms.

Y11 Sixth Form Choices

Information on Sixth Form Choices

 

What our Parents say.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the excellent way the school has handled my son's transition from primary to secondary education.

Parent Kepier

I just wanted to write and congratulate the pupils and staff on their recent GCSE results.

Parent Kepier

Speaking as a parent, I am highly satisfied with the school. I have been kept informed of all the positive choices that my son has made and he has also made excellent progress.

Parent Kepier
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Quicksticks Hockey Tournament

Quicksticks Hockey is an introductory game of hockey for 7-11 year olds designed to introduce young people to the game of hockey. It is a 4-a side game and can be played on any surface, and is a fun, safe and exciting game to get children involved in sport.

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Artist of the week

Our Year 10 GCSE Art and Design candidates have visited the Oriental Museum in Durham so as to learn about the Art and Cultures of the middle-east and Asia. Click for more info.

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Macmillan Coffee Morning

As always here at Kepier, staff and learners were keen to support the Macmillan Coffee Morning last Friday by bringing in a wide range of home made cakes.

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Carole Wright

Carole Wright, one of the road crossing patrol staff who are based at Kepier, retired last Friday after more than 33 years of service, the last 10 of them based with us. As you can imagine, it was a very emotional day both for Carole, staff and learners here, and our Principal Nicky Cooper was delighted to present Carole with gifts and a bouquet of flowers in recognition of her years of supporting the school and the thousands of young people she has safely seen across Dairy Lane! Mrs. Cooper said "Carole will certainly be missed and on behalf of Kepier, I thank her for her devotion to our community for over 33 years. We wish her the very best in her retirement."

Football Academy

Kepier Elite Football Academy

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BAD WEATHER PROCEDURE

Severe Weather Conditions – Are You Prepared?

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Ofsted Report

Good with Outstanding features. Click to read more!

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