The tuck shop c1910

The Memorial Chapel was dedicated in 1936. It was originally part of the undercroft of the medieval lodgings for pilgrims.  This bay was later filled in and became a Porter’s Lodge, a classroom, and the School tuck shop. Formerly entered from under the Green Court arch, it is now accessed from the undercroft.

Inside are memorials to King’s pupils who died young – some while still at School. There are also stained glass windows to two saints educated at Canterbury – St Aldhelm and St John of Beverley – and to two King’s School benefactors – Cardinal Pole and Archbishop Matthew Parker.