King David High School is a co-educational voluntary-aided secondary school in Liverpool. It is situated on a large Jewish campus along with King David Primary School, Harold House Youth and Community Centre and Childwall Synagogue. There are approximately 630 children on the school roll.
The school is a member of the collaborative Sixth Form with Childwall Sports College and Broadgreen Technology College which provides sixth-form education for 180 King David students.
In years 7-9, pupils follow a common curriculum in: Jewish Studies and Ivrit (non-Jewish pupils follow comparative courses in Religious Education, German, and Social Studies), English, Mathematics, History, Geography, Science (taught as individual disciplines in Y8 & 9), French as a modern foreign language, Physical Education, Music, Art, Technology, Information Technology, and Personal & Social Education including Citizenship.
At the start of Key Stage 4, different options are available but all pupils follow compulsory GCSE courses in the core curriculum subjects as well as Jewish Studies or Religious Studies, (Physical Education and a PSE Programme are also compulsory).
In Years 12 and 13, King David High School, in collaboration with Childwall Sports College and Broadgreen Technology College, offers a wide range of subjects through from Foundation to Advanced Level.