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March 2017

LECTURE BY RENOWNED SCIENTIST INSPIRES AUDIENCE

Professor Lord Robert Winston, renowned scientist and Britain’s leading fertility expert, visited King Edward’s School, Birmingham to talk to an audience of over 400 pupils, parents, former pupils and staff about the importance of being scientifically literate. The talk, which took place on Thursday 2 March in the Ruddock Hall...

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March 2017

TONY TROTT INSPIRATIONAL TEACHER OF ENGLISH DIES

Tony Trott, retired master of King Edward’s School died recently aged 90 and his obituary appears in today’s Telegraph. He is fondly remembered by many former pupils. Authors Jonathan Coe and Lee Child are just two of the many pupils he inspired.

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November 2016

Former Chief Master wins Lifetime Achievement Award

In 2006, John Claughton became chief master of King Edward’s School, Birmingham, where he was a pupil in the 1970s. During his tenure he has made a long-lasting impact on both the school and education in the region. His commitment to accessibility has made the school the most socially and...

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