at Wrexham Road, Chester, CH4 7QL United Kingdom
A King's education is a journey of endless possibilities. Through every opportunity and challenge, our students grow into confident, self-reliant young adults ready to take their place in an ever-changing world. We are one of Britain's leading co-educational, selective, independent schools. The King's School inspires young people to embark on life confident of their place in the world and able to become leaders in it. We aim to be one of the country's leading co-educational day schools, providing a transformative experience for all pupils within the King's family. The School harnesses and enriches the academic, creative, spiritual and physical potential of both staff and pupils. We aim to shape their way of thinking and experiencing the world and, through them and our work in local society, influence the world. In brief, a King's education aims at the pursuit of unpretentious excellence.
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Tickets for The Tempest are available on the door for both nights: 4th and 5th July. 7.30pm. £5 adults, £3 concessions. The set looks amazing and the pupils have worked extremely hard and performances are superb!
Poetry Workshop for Parents! Parents are warmly invited to participate in the first ever King's Poetry workshop for parents led by our school Poet-in-Residence Clive McWilliam. The event will take place on Saturday 5th July in the Wickson Library between 11am and 1pm. The theme of the workshop is 'The Sea' (in the broadest sense) and participants are encouraged to bring along an associated 'sea' item – physical, visual, aural or written – to the session. The workshop is offered free to parents and refreshments will be available. If you wish to book a place or have any further questions about this event, please contact: email@example.com Places are limited so an early response is recommended.