The King's Infant and Junior Schools (Chester) A GSG School
- The King's Infant and Junior Schools (Chester)
- Head: Mr Simon Malone (Junior), Mrs Mamrgaret Ainsworth
- T 01244 689520
- F 01244 689518
- E admissions@kin…schester.co.uk
- W www.kingschester.co.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 4 to 11 with a linked senior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Cheshire West and Chester
- Pupils: 310
- Religion: Church of England
- Fees: £8,490 - £9,882 pa
- Open days: 15th October 2016
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: The King's School (Chester)
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Head is passionate about the pupils, the school, King's itself, talking of pupils having 'a sense of worth belonging to this fine institution'. His helming makes it feel like a stable, happy ship in safe hands right through to the...
What the school says...
The King`s School Junior School is a school for pupils of high academic ability.We believe our pupils` achievements are due as much to the creative, sporting and cultural opportunities on offer as to work in the classroom.Learning is about excitement and imagination, exploration and creativity.We want our pupils to work hard and to enjoy every facet of school life. We want them to have FUN.
Willow Lodge (Infants) opened in Sept 15 and has 80 pupils. The new school designed specifically for the needs of younger pupils and to develop the individual child at his/her own pace in a creative and vibrant environment. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysHead is passionate about the pupils, the school, King's itself, talking of pupils having 'a sense of worth belonging to this fine institution'. His helming makes it feel like a stable, happy ship in safe hands right through to the chatty cleaning lady caring for the aquarium fish. Unpretentious and approachable, in our book he's a good sort...
Since 2001, Mr Simon Malone BEd (mid 50s), previously junior school deputy from 1993. Friendly and open with a genuine heart for his charges here, 'We look on ourselves as a family'. Actively involved with sports coaching because 'I really enjoy it and the children and parents see me in a different light'. ‘He’s a big, friendly giant,’ say pupils. ‘You don’t feel like he’s the headmaster - you feel like he’s your friend.' It's more than just...