King’s School, Gloucester

Pitt Street, Gloucester

Gloucester’s historic Cathedral school offers academic excellence, outstanding pastoral care and a unique approach, ‘Keystones’, which identifies and develops individual talents and personal qualities. King’s has a special sense of identity, encouraging a moral framework and a powerful feeling of community. You are most welcome to visit us to find out more.





Key Facts

Location Gloucester
School Status Co-Educational
Headteacher Alistair Macnaughton
Available Courses AS, A-Level
Accommodation Homestay
% of International students 4%
Student Enrolment  570
Senior school 330
Sixth Form 85
Facilities Dedicated Sixth Form Centre, Sports Centre, Performing Arts Centre, Music School, Art and Design Workshops, Science Laboratories
Features King’s Gloucester is one of the oldest schools in England, and is one of the seven famous Cathedral Schools founded by Henry VIII. With small classes and inspiring teachers, King’s School offers a first class education in the historic setting of Gloucester Cathedral.
Academic achievements 100% pass rate at A level, 72% A*-B grades
University Destinations Oxbridge, Russell Group



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Educational Courses Covered

Subjects available at A-level

Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Latin, Business, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Design and Technology, Art, Government and Politics, Textiles, History, Economics, Ethics, ICT, Psychology

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