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November 2017

NOVELIST MARK BILLINGHAM VISITS CAMP HILL BOYS

The novelist, actor and television screenwriter Mark Billingham made a return to his old school Camp Hill Boys last week to talk to pupils, parents and staff. Mark was delighted to be shown around the school before his talk. While he remarked that much had changed, it still smelled exactly...

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November 2017

CHARITY PROMOTES INSIGHT INTO LIFE AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY

Insight into life at Oxford University for Birmingham pupils. The charity, The Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham recently welcomed the West Midlands Mayor Andy Street to open an event which saw over 300 students from secondary schools across Birmingham witness a new collaboration between the city and Merton...

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November 2017

HANDSWORTH OLD BOY ADIL RAY ANNOUNCED AS ACORNS PATRON

Adil Ray OBE an old boy of King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School Boys has been appointed as a patron for the charity Acorns Children’s Hospice. The hospice offers a network of care for life-limited and life-threatened babies, children and young people and their families, across the heart of England....

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October 2017

KING EDWARD’S SCHOOL RENEWS DRIVE FOR ACCESSIBILITY

King Edward’s School, Birmingham has launched its renewed drive for accessibility this month in a bid to secure permanent need-blind admission to the school. Last year, the school completed a £10m campaign for Assisted Places, which is currently funding 100 boys through the school. At events held in London and...

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