Primary schools compete to be crowned maths champions
Ten primary schools from Birmingham and beyond are through to the final of a city-wide maths competition organised by five boys from King Edward's School, Birmingham.
Maths Challenge team through to National Final
King Edward's School is through to the National Final of the Senior Team Maths Challenge after a winning performance in the regional stage of the competition.
Schools’ Challenge team triumph to reach Inter-Regional Competition
King Edward's School are through to the Inter-Regional stage of the Schools' Challenge Competition, thanks to a landslide victory against King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys.
Cricket team wins national award at Lord’s
The 1st XI cricket team at King Edward's School, Birmingham has been presented with a national award at Lord's Cricket Ground, beating 150 other schools to the trophy.
Stunning performances in Barber Institute Concert
Each year pupils from King Edward's School and King Edward VI High School for Girls are invited to give a lunchtime recital at the Barber Institute.
Exhibition opens to commemorate First World War
This month King Edward's School will open an exhibition to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War and remember its former pupils who lost their lives.
Historian’s lecture begins FWW commemoration
One of Britain's foremost military historians, Professor Gary Sheffield, visited King Edward's School to talk to pupils, parents, former pupils and staff about 'British Army Officers in the First World War: Recruitment, Training and Performance'.
Warriors launch inaugural Junior Academy Centre
Worcester Warriors launched the first of six Junior Academy Centres at King Edward's School on Thursday, 18 September as the club looks to unearth the next generation of first-team stars.
Pupils receive a master class fit for the future
Pupils from King Edward's School and King Edward VI High School for Girls took part in a special weekend of activities to help prepare them for the future.