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'Students feel proud of their school

and are well cared for'

'King Charles is a good school that puts

students at the heart of everything it does'.

'The feedback we get in our books develops my learning

so that I can improve and get better grades'.


Welcome to King Charles.
I hope that this website provides you with a flavour of life at our school.


Year 7
September 2019

We welcome all the new parents/carers and students to our school community.


Join ourSixth Form

Find out more about our Sixth Form, the wide range of opportunities on offer and making an application.


Open Evening
3rd October 2019

If you are interested in making King Charles I School your first choice for September 2020, please see the details regarding our 2020 open evening and morning.


Netball Year 8 Results - November 2018

Year 8's first game was against Haybridge High school on the 18th October 2018. Unfortunately, King Charles was not able to win with a final score of 5-12, however the team players tried their best and persevered until the final whistle. Chantelle Robinson received the Umpires player and Players player was Hollie Davies. Although King Charles did not win, this was still a success to the team as they worked exceptionally well together.

On October 25th, Year 8 played against Baxter College. This was a great game; however, there were a few improvements that could be made. At the end of the first quarter, some changes were made to the team and they went on to show great effort and determination and scored a goal. The end score was King Charles 1 - Baxter 8. Umpires player was Chantelle Robinson and Players player was Gabriella Suesse.

Year 8 played against Bewdley on November 8th. This match was extremely close with Bewdley finishing on 3 and King Charles scoring 1. During this game, the netball team not only worked well together but there were also two players who shone throughout the game. The umpire’s player was Laila Sedgeley and the players player was Chantelle Robinson.

Year 8's game against Wolverley on the 22nd of November was one of their best so far. Although it was bitterly cold and the ground was extremely slippery, The King Charles girls worked particularly well and scored two goals. Even though the final score, King Charles 2 - Wolverley 4, shows that King Charles did not win, it also shows that the team has greatly improved over the course of just four matches. If the team keep training, continue to work hard and persevere, it will result in King Charles winning and achieving great things. The Umpires player was Andreea Dinica and Players player was Hollie Davies.​

Latest News

April 10, 2019

Textiles Stars

The textiles department have spent the autumn term working with Offmore primary school pupils in years 5 and 6. The pupils used the theme of Offmore values as inspiration for three textiles wall hangings to be displayed in the school hall. All the pupils had…
April 10, 2019

Cross Country Finals - Worcestershire School Games

On the 28th February 2019, a King Charles student represented the Wyre Forest at the Worcestershire School Games Cross Country Finals after qualifying for the event at the district cross-country event that took place before Christmas. Fraser Thompson ran a…
April 10, 2019
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Rowing Success

Ben (King Charles I School student) rows for Stourport Boat Club, he and his crew competed in the British Rowing West Midlands Inter-Regional trials. They won a silver medal in the coxed fours event and won gold in the coxless quad event, qualifying to…
April 10, 2019

National Series at Pembrey, South Wales

Congratulations to Kinga Ingram who won her first stage event this weekend. Over three stages, Kinga won the time trial, came eighth in the second stage and third in the last stage getting first place overall. It was a tough weekend for her at the first round…

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King Charles I School
Comberton Road, Kidderminster,
Worcestershire. DY10 1XA

More things King Charles

Teacher Training Days

Monday 24th June and Monday 8th July are TEDs (teacher training days) and so the school will be closed for all students except for those taking external examinations.