Wednesday 13 November 2019

The King's School Gloucester

Pitt Street, Gloucester, GL1 2BG | (01452) 337337

The King’s School Gloucester is a leading independent cathedral school for girls and boys aged three to 18, offering an excellent education along with a wide range of extra-curricular activities and pastoral care.

The medium-sized school sits adjacent to Gloucester Cathedral, providing a stunning environment for students and teachers. This historic setting has a strong feeling of community, welcoming boys and girls of all faiths, and of none, to work together.

With small class sizes, pupils get high levels of individual support and care and the teachers, all specialists in their field, can really get to know each child.

With this pupil-centric approach, the happiness of children is at the heart of what the school does, nurturing a warm, welcoming and supportive atmosphere to aid academic learning.

Priding itself on consistently excellent GCSE and A Level results, the King’s School has a forward-thinking learning culture, encouraging students to reach their academic goals.

The wide range of extra-curricular activities, including sporting, musical and drama opportunities, inspires each pupil to discover their talent and to develop it to its full potential.

The school’s value-added results each year are exceptional and its pupils develop the confidence, resilience and skills to prepare them for the rapidly-changing world ahead.

For more information, call (01452) 337337, email admssions@thekingsschool.co.uk or visit thekingsschool.co.uk.

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