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The Community Café at QKA has been set up to support families as the cost of living keeps rising. It is a place for conversation, free drinks and also offers access to our Community Store, where we offer dry food, toiletries, clothes, book, toys.

The Café is also there to help families with any worries they may have regarding homework, free school meals or general school life. We can help signpost you to the right department who would be able to offer further support.

QKA Community Café also hosts themed Café sessions to celebrate holidays of our multi-national and multicultural student body. Some past themed Cafés include Polish ‘Fat Thursday’ and ‘Portugal Day’.

Our Café is opened every Tuesday (Term Time only) 3pm-5pm on the Street (corridor through main entrance) at QKA.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Community Cafe Poster


The Community Food Store at QKA has served many student families since it started. Donations of dry food, baby food, ready meal packets, tinned food and fish have gone a long way to support families in need.

We are always happy to help. Please visit us on our Community Café days (Tuesday term times), speak to your child’s year team or pop into the school’s reception.

We are also gratefully welcoming donations of the above items. Please drop them off at the school reception referencing ‘the international office food store’.

Alternatively, should you like to make a financial donation towards this cause please click here: Make a donation.


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The International Team and QKA work closely with the Compas Charity headed by Petr Torak. Compas Charity works with marginalised and migrant communities, providing services to promote equality and diversity, and support such communities to integrate into the British society.

To further help our school families and the community, a Compas Advisor will be available at QKA to offer FREE advice on the issues as EU Settlement scheme, Assistance with form filling, translation and interpretation service, Job search and CV writing.

The Drop-In-Session at QKA is every Tuesday (Term Time Only) from 9:00am to 11:00am.

For more information, please contact the Compas Charity.


As part of Enrichment and promoting integration, the International Department at QKA hosts International Lunch Club and Romanian Lunch Club for our students. Our Community Liaison workers are available at these clubs to chat or answer any questions students might have. This is a great place for a new student to start as it helps forge friendships and offers assurance and support.

Please see flyers below for Lunch Club times.


International Lunchtime Club Poster



QKA is running a fantastic ESOL course on Thursdays from 4.30pm to 5.30pm for any parents who want to improve their English language skills. The course has been running since April and will run until the end of term in July 2023.

Please contact for more information or simply click the enrolment form below to enrol.



Numeracy is the ability to understand and use maths in daily life, at home, and at work. Whether that be improving household finances, helping children with homework, making more sense of the stats and facts in the media, or improving numeracy skills specific to your line of work. 

Multiply provides free maths courses to eligible adults.

People who improve their numeracy skills are more likely to be in employment, have higher wages, and better well-being, and will be more able to progress to higher levels of free training to secure a skilled job in our economy.

Mulitply runs along ESOL during term time. Please contact for more information.