King's in the Community

King's in the Community

King’s staff, pupils and their families have always embraced opportunities to contribute to the wider Gloucestershire community and the School has a long history of supporting charitable causes with both practical assistance and financial help, as well as working with other schools and community groups.

These activities are all in addition to the fund-raising and voluntary efforts of our pupils outside school, which are recognised by the Junior and Senior School Citizenship Awards. 

One of the School's key aims is to teach pupils to become kind and compassionate, preparing them for their role in the wider community when they leave King’s, so we are immensely proud all that has been acheived.

During the 2022/23 academic year over £19,650 was raised for charity. 

A summary of our Partnership and Community Support during the last year is shown below:

A copy of this report can be downloaded HERE.

You can open the links below to see a summary of our community and partnership work in previous years:




More information on how we worked with the Community during the pandemic can be read here: King's COVID-19 response


School Partnership Alliance

King's are a member of the School Partnership Alliance; a community of state and independent schools who are working together, learning from one another, to improve outcomes for young people.

We would encourage schools across Gloucestershire to join this Alliance to support learner aspirations, academic outcomes, social enrichment and child well-being. Through the sharing of resources, knowledge and expertise, improvements can be made acrosss the whole education system.

You can read more HERE about the role these partnerships can play in ensuring all pupils will be able to access greater opportunities.


The Impact of HMC Schools on the UK Economy

The King's School is a member of the 298 HMC Schools who, together, are making a tangible, positive impact on the UK Economy. In 2021 the highlights included:

  • A contribution of £7.3 billion to the UK economy
  • £2.2 billion paid in taxes
  • 142,240 jobs created
  • A saving to the taxpayer of £1.8 billion, or £4.4 billion in all independent schools.

More details on the scale of the impact can be read HERE.


ISC Schools Partnership Report

Thousands of pupils across the UK benefit from partnerships between ISC independent schools and state schools every year. These partnerships help to:

  • build relationships between schools so they can share valuable resources and knowledge.
  • enable pupils from different backgrounds to learn learn together and build mutual respect for each other.
  • enable staff from different organisations to collaborate, share expertise and engage in Continuing Professional Development opportunities.

You can read The King's School Partnership Report and Case Studies HERE


Sharing Facilities

We are always pleased to share our facilities with local, community groups and typically these include:

  • Gloucester City Hockey Club
  • Hartpury College
  • Gloucester Schools Sports Network
  • Gloucester Rugby Club training camps for school children in the holidays
  • Mariners Church
  • Gloucester Scottish Dancing Group
  • Gloucester Music Society
  • Gloucester Choral Society
  • Gloucester History Festival
  • Three Choirs Festival

You can find out more about our facilities for hire HERE.