KES teachers complete 24-hour cycle challenge for NHS Charities Together
Two King Edward’s School teachers have completed a 24-hour static bike ride, raising over £2,200 for NHS Charities Together.
KES completes longest ever touch rugby game in aid of Guide Dogs
Over 150 pupils, parents, extended family, former pupils and staff have raised over £8,000 for Guide Dogs by playing the longest ever continuous game of touch rugby.
Rugby captain’s debut for Worcester Warriors U18s
Captain of the King Edward’s School 1st XV rugby team, Arinze Okemuo, is to make his debut for Worcester Warriors Under-18s this weekend.
Young tennis ace nets victory for England
A talented tennis player and pupil at King Edward’s School, has achieved victory with the England under-12s at the Four Nations Junior Championships 2018.
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.
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.