King’s St Alban’s

King’s St Alban’s is our city centre Junior School where pupils aged 2 to 11 discover, experience, and learn more every day.

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King’s St Alban’s

To help young people to reach their potential at school in preparation for leading confident, fulfilled and unselfish lives as adults.

We want our school to feel exciting so we make learning as fun and thrilling as possible. Our school life is rich, vibrant, and designed to ensure that every child discovers their inner talents, empowering them to be the very best they can be. Our aim is to inspire every child, build confidence and resilience, and encourage them to aim high.

Category: Nursery, Pre-Preparatory, Preparatory

Pupils: Co-Education

Type: Day

Religious Affiliation: Christian

Roll: 82 Boys / 87 Girls

Age Range: 2-11 Years

Founded: 1952

Location Description

King’s St Alban’s nestles quietly between beautiful Worcester Cathedral and the banks of the River Severn, adjacent to King’s Senior School.

School Contact Details

Headteacher: Mr Richard Chapman

Contact for enquiries:Louise Robins, Registrar

Mill Street, Worcester, Worcestershire

Tel: 01905 354906



Despite its city centre location, King’s St Alban’s nestles quietly between beautiful Worcester Cathedral and the banks of the River Severn, adjacent to King’s Senior School. This unique setting allows pupils to make use of an outstanding range of facilities including the indoor 25m swimming pool, two sports halls and a climbing wall. Extensive playing fields and an astro turf facility enhance provision for competitive sport.

Drama performances take place in either the drama studio or 350 seat theatre and termly music concerts are held in historic College Hall. The annual carol service held in Worcester Cathedral is a highlight for parents and pupils alike.

Junior and Pre-Preparatory pupils have the benefit of a dedicated art studio, ICT suite and science laboratory. The school also boasts its own outdoor education centre, The Old Chapel, in the Welsh Black Mountains, to which children make a number of excursions. There are various outdoor areas on site for play or relaxation and a delightful Forest School area for our younger pupils.

An extensive range of after school and lunch time clubs are available. Trips and workshops are organised such that the children gain insight and experiences which enhance their time spent in the classroom and sports tours, trips to the theatre and visits from subject specialists also ensure that lessons are inspiring.


Scholarships of between 5% and 25% may be offered to children who perform particularly well in the entrance tests.

Entrance Requirements

Pre-Prep: Children spend a morning in school where they will be gently assessed as they join in with lessons. Entry to Years 3 – 6: entrance tests in English, Mathematics and Verbal Reasoning.


2020/2021. Reception – Year 6: £2429 – £4395 per term.




All visits are welcome, please contact the school

Virtual Visits – We’re holding private tours in person (4pm, Monday-Friday), as well as virtually, and we’d love for you to join us.

For details, please contact our Registrar Mrs Louise Robins on 01905 363592 or visit


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  • King’s St Alban’s celebrates 9.1...

    King’s St Alban’s nursery goes from strength to strength as it celebrates being in the top 5 nurseries in Worcester just 9 months after opening. With a 9.1 parental satisfaction rating on it is easy to see why the nursery at King’s St Alban’s has quickly become the pre-school setting of choice in Worcester. Opened in September 2019...

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  • World Ocean Day inspires Year...

    Year 3 celebrated World Oceans’ Day on Monday and continued with the theme throughout the week. The children have quickly become accustomed to remote learning and Mrs Atkinson has been very impressed with the way pupils have adapted to the new learning environment and the quality of work they are producing. This week pupils have...

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  • Pupils return to King’s St...

    It’s school but not as we know it. Monday saw some of our pupils return to King’s St Alban’s after ten weeks away. It was a delight to see children returning to the school and for the classrooms and grounds to be filled with laughter, excited chatter and purposeful learning. We have all missed this....

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  • Languages Day – King’s St...

    Kings St Alban’s was buzzing with bright colours and languages for European Day of Languages yesterday. Children displayed creativity with their vibrant outfits and in assembly 6KB shared some excellent reasons why learning a foreign language is so important in today and tomorrow’s world. Once again, the teachers excelled at finding a creative range of...

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