- Coombe Boys' School
Coombe Boys School Motto Preparing you for a World of Opportunity Established 1930's Headteacher Mrs. D. Walls Chair Penny Parker Specialism Maths and Computing College Location College Gardens
DfE URN 102608 Ofsted Reports Students 754 Gender Male Ages 11–18 Houses Caxton, Blake, Wolfe, Newton Colours Green and white stripes(Tie) & Black(blazer & trousers) Website www.coombeboysschool.org
Coombe Boys’ School is an inclusive foundation secondary school 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 is celebrating 80th Birthday of Coombe Boys' School.
Two of the four top-achievers, in terms of attendance, in Kingston upon Thames, attend Coombe Boys' School. Ryan Arnold, and Alex Mackie, have both received the Kingston upon Thames 100% Attendance Mayor's Award five years in a row.
Coombe Boys' School has 4 houses. They are planning to add 2 more houses to make 6 houses. The houses are;
House House Colour Newton Red Blake Blue Caxton Yellow Wolfe Green
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