If you have a query please contact Mrs Rhoades, the Office Manager, on the enquiries email below.
If you have a child protection concern, please contact our Designated Safeguarding Lead, Mrs Morris, via the school email address and phone number.
Attendance, lateness & request for leave of absence
Please report your child's absence by 8:00 am for that day and for everyday of the student's absence.
If pupils attend school every day their attendance will be 100% and they will receive a certificate for this at the termly Celebration Assembly. Coming to school every day means they will learn and make progress. There is a strong link between attainment and attendance.
If pupils are not in school, the preferred and easiest way to report an absence is via Edulink (via the button on our website homepage or above. or directly via your Edulink app), our Guide to Edulink above explains how to do this.
If phoning the school to report an absence, parents must telephone 020 8329 2587 or email email@example.com
Parents must record
(i) their daughter’s or son’s name, spelling them
(ii) her/his form and
(iii) the reason for her/his absence.
Punctuality means being on time and is an important part of self–discipline and essential to good time management.
Pupils, who arrive late for whole school assemblies, but before the start of period 1 at 8.55, must enter the Hall by the back doors and report to the member of staff on late duty.
On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays pupils arriving after 8.30am, but before 8.55, should report to their tutor.
All pupils arriving after 8.55am must report to the school reception where the date and time of arrival will be recorded in their planner.
Persistent lateness to school and lessons will be dealt with through the school’s behaviour policy and detention systems.
The School Day starts at 8.30 am.
Parents are strongly requested not to arrange family holidays during term time as we are unable to authorise these.
Getting to the school
Coombe Boys’ School is situated approximately ½ mile from the centre of New Malden in Surrey.
If you are travelling from London on the A3 take the New Malden exit and turn left onto Malden Road towards Worcester Park. Turn immediately left into Blakes Lane and follow the road round to the right and turn left into College Gardens. The school is then infront of you.
If you are travelling towards London on the A3 take the exit marked New Malden (just past Tolworth Underpass). Turn right onto Malden Road towards Worcester Park. Turn immediately left into Blakes Lane and follow the road round to the right and turn left into College Gardens. The school is then infront of you.
There is very limited parking on site. We advise that you park in adjoining roads which are residential. We should be grateful if you would park with consideration.
There is a regular service from London, Waterloo Station to New Malden Station and Motspur Park stations.
Take the 213 from Kingston to Sutton which stops at the top of Blakes Lane on the Malden Road.