The King’s School in Macclesfield, the best performing school at GCSE and A Level in Cheshire East for 5 consecutive years, has been included in the brand new edition of The Good Schools Guide, published this week.
The 22nd edition of the long-running schools handbook includes information and detailed reviews of the UK’s leading independent and state schools, each handpicked by an experienced team of education writers, teachers and parents.
Dr Simon Hyde, Headmaster said, “We were delighted to welcome a member of the GSG’s editorial team earlier this year to write an updated review of King’s. In what was an incredibly thorough visit, the editor visited all divisions within the schools, observed lessons, spoke to parents and pupils and, of course, interviewed both myself and the Principal of our infant and junior school.”
“We are incredibly proud of what we have to offer at King’s, our unique curriculum, friendly environment and focus on developing key life skills, but it is wonderful to have it backed up by parents and acknowledged by impartial observers.”
Ralph Lucas, editor in chief of The Good Schools Guide, comments, “The Good Schools Guide’s writers visit hundreds of schools every year. The 22nd edition and its 1,200 reviews are the result of our dedication in identifying and detailing the finest educational establishments in the UK. We look beyond exam results and official inspections to provide parents with all-encompassing accounts of the country’s top schools and I am delighted to feature King’s in our pages. Inclusion in The Good Schools Guide bears testament to the careful consideration and hard work that goes into creating a positive atmosphere and excellent learning environment for children. We know that children and parents alike are very happy with the education experienced at King’s.”
The Good Schools Guide is the leading, impartial source of information on schools in the UK, helping parents in every aspect of choosing the best education for their children.
The new review of King’s can be read here: King’s School Review