The King's School
Worcestershire, United Kingdom
About The King's School
King's is a thriving independent day school foundation consisting of three schools for boys and girls from the ages of 2 to 18.
It is one of the leading academic foundations in the West Midlands and offers an outstanding educational experience.
This calm and friendly atmosphere underpins a dynamic community of young people who lead busy and fulfilling lives, who relish the academic challenges and who make the most of an enriching menu of activities.
Our aims and aspirations are:
• That every pupil fulfils his or her academic potential.
• That teachers and pupils pursue excellence in teaching and learning.
• That our pupils develop a love of learning, both individually and with others, and acquire a wide range of learning
• That we create an environment in which pupils are confident in their ability and increasingly ready to take
responsibility for their own learning.
• That every pupil receives excellent pastoral care within an ethos of tolerance and mutual respect rooted in Christian
• That pupils develop relationships with peers and adults in a way that prepares them for life beyond school.
• That pupils acquire a sense of responsibility and self-discipline.
• That pupils benefit from a wide range of opportunities for leadership and the management of others.
3. Personal and Social Development
• That our pupils participate in a variety of physical activities and experience a sense of well-being and self-
confidence that arises from good health and fitness.
• That our pupils benefit from a comprehensive personal and social education that helps them to lead happy and
• That we provide a varied range of activities beyond the curriculum.
• That pupils discover and develop their own skills and interests at school in preparation for adult life.
• That all pupils be adventurous and participate in a range of activities, appreciating the rewards of teamwork.
• That all be given the opportunity for personal achievement and fulfilment in a way befitting their own aspirations.
• That our pupils develop a moral, spiritual and aesthetic awareness that makes them receptive to the world around
them, bringing with it a sense of wonder and openness to the most important ideas in our own and other cultures.
• That the school recognises the crucial importance of its staff in pursuing the aims above and, as a good employer,
undertakes to provide them with appropriate support such as continuing professional training, review and