King’s School (Chester)
|Type:||Day / Co-ed|
|Head's Name:||George Hartley|
The King’s School, Chester is a very special place. The moment you walk through the doors you can sense the warmth, purpose and energy of all the pupils and staff. This is a school which values positive relationships, opportunity and great learning above all else, thereby allowing their pupils to make the very most of themselves at a school they love.
As one of the leading co-educational day schools in the country, and the best in Cheshire, what they offer is quite simple; the very best academic education where pupils come first and have the freedom and confidence to grow in a caring environment. They want each and every girl and boy to achieve more than they ever thought possible whilst developing as resilient, independently-minded and happy individuals who are eager to make their mark in society and live lives that matter.
Academically, they are at the top of their game, and also rated as the 6th best school in the UK for university destinations, the future looks bright for their leavers too.
King’s is an exciting place for children to be, where they have fun learning and the opportunity to discover and develop their passions by involving themselves in a remarkably diverse programme of extra-curricular activities. We want every pupil to find their niche in terms of interests both in and out of the classroom; formative interests that will hopefully stay with them for the rest of their lives.
Founded by Henry VIII the school has a wealth of history, but they are forward looking too, with state of the art facilities and purpose built classrooms for their students.
King’s has an Infant School (Willow Lodge) for pupils aged 4 to 7 years, a Junior School for pupils aged 7 to 11 years and a Senior School and Sixth Form for students aged 11 to 18 years.
To find out more about The King’s School, Chester visit their website at www.kingschester.co.uk