The King’s School Worcester has a strong sporting tradition both locally and nationally. We believe that all students should have the opportunity to progress within the sports they play.  We strive to improve every individual so they can reach their potential. 

 

We set high standards for our students; expecting commitment and diligence in Sport as in every aspect of school life.

The School's aim is to promote a healthy lifestyle and enable each student to reach their sporting potential alongside the values of perseverance, respect, and sport.

Having the River Severn on our door step, easy access to our plentiful green space, hard courts and Astro-turf, and our own swimming pool on site allows us to offer a large amount of competitive and recreational sport for students at King's.

The addition of a second sports hall and new training facilities in the Keyes Building has taken sport at King's to the next level.

 

 

 



"The supportive atmosphere at King's really helped develop my love for endurance running. From my very first school cross-country race in year 5 at St Alban’s to my last English Schools’ event in the sixth form, I always felt that I had a supportive group of staff and students behind me. 
The outstanding sporting facilities at King's definitely made training not only easier whilst trying to balance running and my academic studies, but also a more enjoyable experience. Many of the coaching staff went above and beyond to help me achieve my running goals and help me to realise my ambition to attend university in the USA. 
One of my fondest (or rather, most memorable) sporting memories from King's was when I accidentally led my whole year group the wrong way on our annual cross-country race and we all had to run the course twice as punishment! I now always make sure that I know where I am going ahead of the race these days. A lesson well-learned I'd say! " Alice Wright

 



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