This year's list of School Clubs and House Competitions has been published. With clubs ranging from art to science and Humanities to Poi Spinning there's bound to be something for you!
Also, following Matthews House's stunning victory last year in the House Competitions the heat is now on to see if the Reds can be beaten in this year's House Sports Competitions - a list of which has also been published by the PE Department. Find out what's going on and decide which competition you want to be a part of and do your House proud!
For details, please visit the School Clubs page by clicking the button below and GET INVOLVED!
Join us for our annual Open Evening on Thursday 6th October 2016 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Come and find out what makes King Edward VI High School a great place to learn and enjoy.
On Friday 30th September 2016, we will be hosting a Macmillan Coffee Morning at King Edward VI High School. We would like to invite both parents and pupils to attend our fundraising event and support us in helping this national charity.
We will be selling tickets at £2.50 and this will entitle you to a drink and a sweet treat to enjoy in our Food Studies department. In addition, a Year 10 tutor group will be running a raffle and selling tickets to support the event.
If you would like to attend please complete the reply slip with your ticket money and send to the main office as soon as possible. Tickets will be issued to your son/daughter before the event. Please specify the time slot within which you would like to attend and we can ensure your child is able to be released from class to meet you on the morning.
If you are unable to attend but your child would like to come with a friend, they are more than welcome to buy tickets to join in too (parental attendance is not compulsory).
Please complete the reply slip and return to the office with correct payment by Wednesday 28th September. We look forward to seeing you soon.
King Edward VI High School will be celebrating its love of literacy by organising some fun activities for Roald Dahl Day which takes place on 13th September. To coincide with the 100th anniversary of the birth of famous children's author, Roald Dahl, the English Department wish to invite all students with a love of reading to join them for a Dahl-icious time in the Library where there will be loads of fun activities and prizes to be won!
Come to the Library on Tuesday lunchtime to find out more and say a big HappyBirthday and thank you to the man who gave us The BFG, The Witches, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda and much more!
Lead Teacher in English
King Edward VI High School is incredibly proud to celebrate with the students their outstanding achievements in their GCSE results. Over 30% of Students this year achieved A*-A grades and 78% of students achieved grade C and above.
Students doing particularly well include, Emily Acton 1A*, 4A’s and 5B’s, Steven Beardmore 3A*s, 4A’s, and 3B’s, Jack Pearce 3A*s, 1A and 6B’s, Conner Millington, 2A*s and 8’Bs. Twins Olivia and Juliet Rose achieved 19 A*-A’s and 1 B between them.
A rare and amazing set of 10 straight A*s was achieved by Emma Clark.
Jason Christey, Headteacher, commended the “excellent achievement of our talented students” and congratulates staff and students on their hard work and commitment throughout the year.
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