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The King’s School open morning

The King's School in Gloucester is holding an open morning next week (May 20).

For parents looking for a forward-thinking, pupil-centred, inspirational education for their child, a visit to the next open morning at The King's School is a great opportunity to discover more about Gloucester's award-winning, independent day school.

The school is adjacent to Gloucester Cathedral, which is integral to the life of the community, giving the staff and pupils a special sense of identity. Whilst the history and surroundings are inspiring, King's provides something even more valuable - a genuine love of learning.

The school offers stimulating and engaging lessons in small classes. It also encourages children to pursue their personal interests, through its varied and enriching range of co-curricular activities in sport, music, performing and creative arts.

The school celebrates individual talent and excellence. Pupils of all ages have a very strong sense of community, soon becoming supportive team members. This blend of personal achievement and team spirit is one of the defining qualities of King's.

Growing up can be challenging, so pastoral care is a high priority. Working in close partnership with parents, King's has created a secure environment, where children of all abilities can thrive and be happy.

The 2022 ISI inspection report stated that the quality of King's pupils' academic achievements and personal development is excellent. You can read much more about the school on the ISI website.

If you are new to King's, there is nothing better than visiting the school in person and experiencing this unique environment for yourself.

If you would like to attend the open morning on Saturday May 20, please pre-register via the school website,

For more information, call 01452 337337 or email

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