Type of School: Private Co-educational Day school
Available Courses: GCSE/A Level
Admission Age: 14-17
Number of Students: 500
Year Established: 1541
King’s Gloucester was one of the seven famous Cathedral Schools established by Henry VIII in 1542. Now a successful co-educational independent day school offering academic excellence, outstanding pastoral care and a unique ‘Keystones’ approach which identifies and develops individual talents and personal qualities.
With small classes and inspiring teachers, the school offers an impressive range of academic subjects and opportunities and Its forward-thinking educational philosophy prepares pupils for the rapidly changing world ahead.
In the inspiring setting of Gloucester Cathedral, and with a stunning campus of historic buildings and state-of-the art facilities, King’s has a special sense of identity, encouraging a moral framework and a powerful feeling of community.