Discover the inspiring atmosphere at the King’s School Gloucester, as it hosts a Virtual Open Morning on Saturday 6 March 2021.
The King’s School Gloucester welcomes children aged three to 18 to its community of 650 students – with prospective pupils and their families invited to attend the virtual open event while the school is closed during lockdown.
There will be presentations from the headmaster, Mr David Morton, the head of the junior school and the head of Little King’s, as well as an opportunity to chat to staff over Zoom.
The SGGLA Independent School of the Year is known for its academic excellence, broad co-curricular offering and outstanding pastoral care, as well as its stunning location in the grounds of Gloucester Cathedral.
In January 2021, King’s revealed its new Sixth Form Centre, after a £2 million refurbishment to transform the 13th century Dulverton building into a modern, new space designed to encourage pupils to ‘think differently’.
The King’s School Gloucester also offers a county-wide bus service, as well as a range of scholarships and bursaries to make studying at King’s accessible for all.
Anyone wishing to attend the Virtual Open Morning at the King’s School Gloucester can register for a place online in advance.
For more information, or to register, visit thekingsschool.co.uk.