Friday 25 May was the last day in school for Year 13 before study leave started for their A level examinations. They wore a fabulous range of fancy dress which was often superbly inventive and creative, really brightening up the school on a dull, damp, day. Three students – Ellie Price, Grace Jennings and Morrigan…
Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School is a highly successful 11-18 mixed comprehensive with 1500 students on roll including 280 in the sixth form.
The school has a long history. It was founded on 20th October 1384 by Katharine, the wife of Lord Berkeley, and has operated continuously since that date. Our school nestles under the southern tip of the Cotswold escarpment, between the town of Wotton-under-Edge and the village of Kingswood in Gloucestershire.
At Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School, we do all that we can to make sure that our students want to come to school, that they are happy and safe in their school life, have good friends and feel confident that they can do their very best. These essential components, combined with superb teaching, produce the vibrant and inspiring environment that enables our students to be successful. They learn effectively, gain their best possible results and receive excellent preparation for their life beyond school.