Romano Prodi – Visit to St John’s, Oxford
Very few people would describe themselves as feeling "compelled" and "intrigued" on a drizzly May afternoon in Oxford; but the group of 20, ranging from the Fourths to Divs, were the exception to this rule.
Schools debate the big issues of transport at Birmingham Airport
On Friday 11 May 2012, students from King Edward's School and Small Heath School worked together in two debates held at Birmingham Airport's new education facility, Flight School.
Top marks in the British Biology Challenge
Fourths pupil, Yanbo Yin, has been invited to a special Awards Ceremony after being placed in the top 40 out of 30,000 students that took part in the 2012 Biology Challenge.
Education Secretary opens performing arts centre
Michael Gove officially opened a new £11m performing arts centre for King Edward's School and King Edward VI High School for Girls.
Stage is set for a new performing arts centre
A new £11m performing arts centre for King Edward's School and King Edward VI High School for Girls will be opened with two special concerts.
School to North Pole charity run
Pupils from King Edward's School, Birmingham will be attempting to run 4,170km, the approximate distance from the School to the North Pole, to raise money for Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Badminton 2012 National School Championships
For the first time this year King Edward's entered 2 teams in the National Schools Team competition - in the K4 event for years 10 and 11 we failed by the narrowest of margins in the Area Finals, losing 3-2 in a very close match with King Edwards Camp Hill.