Joining Us

If you are considering sending your son or daughter to join us, I would like to assure you that as a school primarily established to serve the needs of a highly mobile military community, we are experts in ensuring that children settle quickly in our positive and supportive school community. Our Learning Leaders and tutoring system give targeted attention to all of our students and our curriculum, in most cases, has the flexibility to be able to respond to individual needs.

Each of our schools has a Mobility Coordinator whose role is to ensure that your son/daughter transfers to us with the least possible impact on their continued education. Below are a range of documents that will help you make your decision and application. If we can help in any way, please let us know.

Initial Contact Form
MOD Pupil Admission Form
DCYP MASO leaflet

Please do not complete Appendix 2 on the Admission Form this form has now been replaced by the EOS form

The process

Please contact the school at the earliest instance, either by email or phone:

Mrs R Cripps-Thomas, School Admissions Officer
T:+357 2474 8360

You will then be e-mailed an Initial Contact Form and a copy of the MOD Schools Admission Form – please complete and return asap. Mrs Cripps-Thomas will also be able to answer any questions you may have.

The school is able to issue a Certificate of Educational Clearance during working days only. Please ensure you apply for your child’s place at KRS School in time, as a Certificate of Educational Clearance may not be issued during school holidays. Please aim to send in your child’s admission forms by Friday 28th of May for a September start.

If your child has additional medical or Special Educational Needs, a MASO may need to take place before an Educational Clearance can be considered. In this case, please aim to send in your admissions forms by Friday 30th April, as a MASO can take up to 6-9 weeks.  Any admissions after this date, which require a MASO, may result in children not receiving an Educational Clearance for a September start.

The MOD has introduced a new Admission System – MOD Assessment for Supportability Overseas (MASO). This requires that certain information must be supplied by the parent and the prospective pupils’ current school before a Certificate of Educational Clearance can be issued, and a place offered.

Mrs Cripps-Thomas will be able to advise you on what information is required.

Once the Certificate of Educational Clearance has been issued it must be forwarded to the Families Section:

or by post to:

Children’s Advisory Service (CEAS)
Civ: +44 (0)1980 618244
Mil: 94344 8244

Non-Entitled Pupils

Children of parents who are not entitled to free education at King Richard School may attend on payment of fees, subject to the approval of KRS and MOD Schools.
People who work for the MOD / MOD Schools are classified as “Entitled” therefore people who do not are classified as “Non-entitled”.

Current fees per PUPIL per TERM are:-
Sterling – £2815.32 per term [£8,445.96 per YEAR]
Please note that there are 3 terms per year. 
Fees have to be paid to the Admin Office, by the end of the first full working week after the commencement of each term.
We will be pleased to show prospective Non-entitled pupils and their parents around the school. Please contact Mrs Cripps-Thomas  on 2474 8360 to arrange an appointment.
Please contact Mrs Rebekah Cripps-Thomas on for further details.