One of Gloucestershire's most prestigious independent schools, The King's School Gloucester, is one of only seven cathedral schools set up by King Henry VIII in 1541.
Situated next to Gloucester Cathedral in the city centre, it provides an inspiring learning environment in a historic setting and a strong feeling of community — and benefits from a special relationship with the cathedral, where daily assemblies are held.
The award-winning school educates both boys and girls aged three to 18-years-old and welcomes children of all faiths and of none to its community of over 740 pupils.
Its state-of-the-art facilities and small class sizes help pupils excel, with teachers able to really get to know each child and offer high levels of individual support and care.
The school achieves consistently excellent GCSE and A Level results, as well as boasting an exceptional co-curricular offering which includes everything from sports to music, drama and creative arts, as well as a nurturing, welcoming and supportive atmosphere to aid academic learning.
It also received an excellent rating in its latest ISI report in 2022.