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Numbers add up at GCSE for King Edward’s School

Boys at King Edward’s School are celebrating after achieving excellent GCSE results all round and exceptional results in maths.



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Announcement

King Edward’s School Birmingham announces that Dr Mark Fenton will, by mutual agreement with the Governors, be leaving the school on 31 August to pursue other avenues. Mr Keith Phillips, Second Master, has been appointed Acting Chief Master with immediate effect. A search for a new Chief Master has already commenced.



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Young engineers triumph at national design awards

Technology created by two Year 13 pupils at King Edward’s School has resulted in top awards at a prestigious national design competition.



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Pupils celebrate excellent IB results during the IB’s 50th anniversary

In the 50th anniversary year of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme, pupils at King Edward’s School are celebrating an excellent set of results.



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Over 800 years of staff service celebrated

Members of King Edward's School staff with a combined service of over 800 years have been celebrated at a special event this term. 



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Tour de KES for QEHB Charity

Three members of staff at King Edward's School have cycled the distance equivalent to a stage of the Tour de France from King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth, in Lincolnshire, to KES in Birmingham, to raise funds for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity.



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All Together Now… Romany Wood and Swing Band Tours

Two King Edward's Music Outreach projects feature in The Schools Together Group's first series of case studies on music partnership projects between schools.



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Newton’s apple tree plants inspiration for pupils

A graft from the apple tree that is believed to have led to Sir Isaac Newton discovering gravity has been planted at King Edward’s School to inspire the next generation of scientists.



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Rugby head conquers desert marathon

Director of Rugby and Head of Sport Science, George Browning, spent his Easter break running ‘the toughest foot race on Earth’. Find out more about the Marathon des Sables.



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Junior Debating success

Fourths Junior Debating team wins through to the ICYD Finals to be held at the Oxford Union in April.








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