School of Character
Kings Langley Secondary School is among one of the first in the country to be awarded the ‘School of Character Kitemark Plus’ in recognition of best practice in developing good character in young people.
The award is not just the recognition of good practice, but also supports schools to develop desirable character qualities that contribute to individual as well as broader societal flourishing.
Artsmark is the creative quality standard for schools, accredited by Arts Council England. Our School has been awarded platinum status for building young people's confidence, character and resilience though creativity.
National Healthy School Status is achieved within a rigorous quality assurance framework. All schools achieving National Healthy School Status must have met national criteria using a whole school approach across the four core themes. All schools undergo a Quality Assurance process.
The Stonewall School Champion is a programme that provides guidance on how to prevent and tackle homophobic bullying and celebrate difference.
Kings Langley School has gained the Hertfordshire Anti-Bullying Accreditation. Schools that are keen to have policies and procedures in place to prevent and respond to bullying can work towards gaining an accreditation.
Duke of Edinburgh
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, is a youth award programme founded in the United Kingdom in 1956. Kings Langley School is an approved centre to run all levels of this award with usually over 50 students a year completing this award.
Kings Langley PE Department is the Dacorum Partnership lead school for the Sport England Teacher Training Programme, recognised members of the Youth Sports Trust, Association for Physical Education, School Games, Herts Sports Partnership, and Dacorum Sports Network.