King Edward’s is a school with a long and distinguished history; part of the educational fabric of Hampshire for over 460 years. Renowned for academic excellence, breadth of extra-curricular opportunities, and a passion for sport and artistic endeavour.
King Edward’s is very fortunate in having excellent facilities with over £10 million invested in these over the past ten years. These give our students extensive opportunities to develop their interests in many areas of the curriculum including a wide range of clubs, societies, sports and cultural opportunities.
The School has been based on Hill Lane since 1938. With over 13 acres it contains an extensive range of facilities including a number of new additions and major refurbishments completed over the last few years. These include a professional-standard theatre, art studios, new design technology block, a refurbished dining hall, Sixth Form centre, ICT rooms, a security and access control system, and 17 science laboratories.
We also have games fields, a sports hall, netball courts and a full astro pitch on site. The school also benefits from fantastic facilities off-site:
The Wellington ground was purchased in 2004 from the University of Southampton. It contains thirty three acres of grounds, six tennis courts, four netball courts and a water based astro pitch. A large pavilion with eighteen changing rooms, a kitchen and catering facilities for over one hundred students is also available.
Stroud School, Romsey – King Edward VI’s Preparatory School
Stroud is set within 22 acres of beautiful rural Hampshire countryside on the edge of the market town of Romsey. The outstanding outdoor facilities include sports fields, a swimming pool, ponds, woodland, riding stables, and a school farm. Forest and Beach School are an integrated part of young pupils’ learning.
Inside, the school offers academic excellence as well as a breadth of co-curricular activities and after school clubs. For more information visit the Stroud School website.