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Open morning for established cathedral school

Local independent school, King's Gloucester, is opening its doors this Saturday (March 9th) to give prospective parents and students a flavour of what it has to offer.

Between 9.30am and 12.30pm, families will get the chance to find out more about King's, whether they are interested in kindergarten, junior, senior or sixth form education.

Visitors to the open morning will be welcomed into the school hall where they will be introduced to existing students. These students will offer a unique insight into the day-to-day running of the school and will take families on a Discovery Trail around its facilities.

The morning will also provide opportunities to meet the teachers, who will be happy to provide visitors with information about their subjects and other aspects of life at King's.

At the end of the tour, there will be refreshments and the opportunity to chat with key members of the teaching staff and members of the admissions team.

There is parking available on site, please make your way to the school's main entrance, off Gouda Way, and from there you will be directed to Paddock House.

Register your details prior to the open morning by clicking here.  

If you cannot make this date or would prefer to arrange a personal visit, please contact the admissions office on 01452 337 337 or email: registrar@thekingsschool.co.uk.

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