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King’s School to hold Virtual Open Morning

The King's School in Gloucester will hold its first Virtual Open Morning on Saturday, June 6.

At this time of year, the school would normally be inviting prospective parents and pupils to visit the school and learn about its environment and ethos. But due to the current restrictions, the school is unable to welcome visitors in person, so has come up with a virtual alternative.

Welcome to King's from The King's School Gloucester on Vimeo.

There will be an opportunity to take a virtual tour of the school and to listen to presentations by the headmaster David Morton, headteacher of the Junior School Anne Haas and head of Little King's Sarah Beard, as well as an opportunity to speak to key members of staff via Zoom.

King's is the leading independent day school in the area, with 630 pupils, girls and boys, aged three to 18. 

The countywide bus service and range of scholarships and bursaries make it very accessible for all.

While the King's School site is currently closed to visitors, the school is working hard to continue to deliver a remote education for pupils, to maintain the keyworker school and to assist the local community in these challenging times.

To register and receive the link for the Virtual Open Morning, visit www.thekingsschool.co.uk .

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