|King Edward's School, Bath|
|Type||Independent day school|
|Motto||Dieu et mon droit|
(God and my right) Ministrare, non ministrari
(To serve, not to be served)
|Founder||King Edward VI|
|Department for Education URN||109374 Tables|
|Chairman of the Governors||Winifred Thomson|
|Age||3 to 18|
|Colour(s)||Maroon and navy blue|
|Former pupils||Old Edwardians|
King Edward's School (KES), Bath, Somerset, England is an independent co-educational day school providing education for 1,016 pupils aged 3 to 18. The school is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference.
The school was established in the 16th century in a city centre site, founded in 1552. In the 1960s it moved to the outskirts onto a multi building site. In addition to the academic curriculum the schools includes drama, music, sport and a combined cadet force.
King Edward's School Bath was judged as "excellent" in every category in the school's 2015 Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) report. The report noted that "The school's extra-curricular provision is outstanding", "Achievements outside the curriculum are both numerous and outstanding" and "The quality of the pupils' achievements and learning is excellent".
The school was ranked as one of the top four independent schools in the south west by The Sunday Times Schools Guide, Parent Power Survey based upon 2016 academic results.