King Edward’s wins Lord Mayor’s quiz for second time
A team of Sixth Form boys from King Edward's School, Birmingham has won the Lord Mayor's Annual Sixth Form Mega-Quiz for the second time.
Building relationships with India
King Edward's School, Birmingham, the oldest school in the city, has been building relationships with a young school in India, founded only 10 years ago, to explore the differences and similarities between the cultures and philosophies of the two schools.
Old and new unite for fundraising campaign
King Edward's School, Birmingham, one of the oldest institutions in the city, has held an event at the newly-opened John Lewis in Grand Central to raise awareness of its Assisted Places 100 (AP100) Campaign.
World-class pianist gives fifth Tolkien Lecture
Alfred Brendel, one of the greatest pianists of the last century, visited King Edward's School to talk to an audience of over 400 pupils, parents, former pupils and staff about the art of playing the piano.
Chief Master awarded Best Head of Public School
John Claughton, Chief Master of King Edward's School, Birmingham has been crowned the ‘Best Head of Public School' at the annual Tatler Schools Awards 2016.
Pupil leaps to bronze in National Final
A King Edward's School pupil has won the bronze medal in the 110m hurdles event at the English Schools' Athletic Association (ESAA) 2015 Track and Field Championships.
Record IB results for King Edward’s School
The fourth year of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma at King Edward's School has produced record results - by a distance. The average score has risen to 39.4 points from last year's 36.8, a 2.6 point increase on last year and a 2.4 point increase on the previous record.