Coombe Boys' School
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|Motto||Preparing you for a World of Opportunity|
|Headteacher||Mrs. D. Walls|
|DfE URN||137859 Tables|
|Houses||Stephenson, Shaftesbury, Faraday, Burns, Wilberforce, Brunel|
|Colours||Green and white stripes (tie) & Black (blazer & trousers)|
Coombe Boys’ School is a secondary school with academy status located in the Royal Borough of Kingston, England. It was known as 'Beverley Boys' until federating with Coombe Girls' School. Coombe Boys' is now designated a Specialist School. In September 2008 it became a Maths and Computing Specialist School which has provided enhanced facilities and opportunities for both pupils and staff.
The Headteacher is Mrs Deborah Walls. Coombe Boys' School celebrated its 80th anniversary in the 2010–11 school year.
Two of the four top-achievers, in terms of attendance, in Kingston upon Thames, attend Coombe Boys' School; Ryan Arnold, and Alex Mackie, having received the Kingston upon Thames 100% Attendance Mayor's Award six years in a row.
In January 2012, Coombe Boys' School changed its house system and now has 6 houses. The names chosen from a contest ran by the school, the winner of the recent house competition was Zachary Wolff. House names are originated by famous people from United Kingdom. The houses are;
However, For the past 80 years, until January 2012, There were 4 houses:
From 5 September 2012, Tutor groups' names were changed from the Tutors' initials to the House names Including the school year.
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