King's St Alban's School A GSG School
- King's St Alban's School
- Head: Mr Richard Chapman
- T 01905 354906
- F 01905 763075
- E email@example.com
- W www.ksw.org.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 4 to 11 with a linked senior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Worcestershire
- Pupils: 200
- Religion: Church of England
- Fees: £6,552 – £11,853 pa
- Open days: November and January
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
- Linked schools: The King's School (Worcester)
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Music features prominently for everyone whether a chorister or not. All year 1s have a ‘violin experience’, lots play instruments and there are a number of different music groups. The head is keen to present aspirational experiences to the children,...
What the school says...
Education is about far more than academic learning, although that is still our primary purpose. At King's St. Alban's we aim to develop the whole child, encouraging each girl and boy to explore their capabilities, find fresh challenges and discover spheres in which they can excel.
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What The Good Schools Guide saysMusic features prominently for everyone whether a chorister or not. All year 1s have a ‘violin experience’, lots play instruments and there are a number of different music groups. The head is keen to present aspirational experiences to the children, and choirs from the cathedral and senior school regularly come to perform.
Since January 2016, Richard Chapman (early 40s). He was educated in the Midlands (Solihull School, where he was head boy) and read economics at Bristol. He worked briefly as a trainee manager at Marks and Spencer, then balanced his early teaching posts with a stint as a semi-professional rugby player. He was head of sixth form and coach of the 1st XV at Warwick School before joining the King’s Foundation in Worcester as second deputy in 2007. He went on to become senior deputy...