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See what The King's School has to offer your child

King's School are holding a whole school open morning on Friday, May 17 to showcase the forward-thinking education it offers in inspirational surroundings.

The open morning will run from 9.15am to 11am and will take place during school hours so parents get to see the school at work.

King's is the leading Independent Day School in the area, with more than 600 pupils, girls and boys, aged three to 18.

It offers academic excellence - with 99 per cent of its Sixth Form students receiving A* to C grades in A-Levels and 100 per cent of GCSE pupils earning five or more 9-4 (A* to C) grade GCSEs.

The School also has an inspiring setting in the Cathedral grounds, giving it a special sense of identity.

However, the School's ambition for its pupils does not begin and end with exam results.

King's prides itself on developing the well-rounded individual. Music, sport and drama play a very important role in school life with pupils encouraged to take part in all extra-curricular activities.

Headmaster David Morton said: "For all achievements and results, however, it is the feel of a school that is important.

"Visitors are often struck by the strong sense of community, and importantly, as a day school, family time is valued, with no Saturday school -although plenty of sport and extra-curricular activities are on offer!"

King's Whole School Open Morning is on Friday, May 17, between 9.15am and 11am.

For further information on the open morning, or to arrange an individual tour, please contact the Registrar on 01452 337337 or email registrar@thekingsschool.co.uk.

For more information on The King's School visit: www.thekingsschool.co.uk 

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