Welcome to Kepier

Believe in You.

"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

Facebook Page

Want to keep up with what is happening, then 'like' our Facebook Page.

Transition from Primary

Worried about the switch from Primary to Secondary education? Then watch this video.


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

Latest News


Free First Aid Course

For people who live or work in the Copt Hill Ward, 24th October 2016, Houghton Race Course Community Centre, 9-00am - 4.00pm.


Kepier Pen Pals

One of our Year 9 classes have been looking to improve their grasp of French by becoming pen pals with a school in Saint-Nazaire in Brittany. With the help of our Head of Languages Miss Macey, our learners contacted the school telling them about their lives and what life is like at Kepier.


Haiku Workshop

Earlier this week twenty Year 8 learners were involved in a Haiku workshop led by Rachel Cochrane. The workshop was part of Sunderland's Literature and Creative Writing Festival, and was inspired by Rachel's exhibition '30 Years of Nissan', currently at Monkwearmouth's Station Museum. Haiku are short, three lined poems that use sensory language to capture a feeling or moment.


Y11 Information evening

Year 11 Information Evening. 12 October 2016, 5 - 7pm.

Football Academy

Kepier Elite Football Academy

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Severe Weather Conditions – Are You Prepared?

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Ofsted Report

Good with Outstanding features. Click to read more!

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