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March 2018

CAMP HILL BOYS WIN LORD MAYOR’S SIXTH FORM MEGA QUIZ

On Tuesday 6 March, the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Cllr Anne Underwood came to Camp Hill Boys Assembly to present prizes and certificates for the winning team of the Lord Mayor’s Sixth Form Mega Quiz which was hosted at Birmingham University in November last year.  Camp Hill teams finished first...

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January 2018

CEO OF COCA-COLA REFRESHES OLD SCHOOL’S ACCESSIBILITY DRIVE

CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, James Quincey, has provided refreshment to his former’s school’s accessibility drive by funding a place at the school. The gift, worth almost £90,000, will fund an Assisted Place for a boy starting in Year 7 at King Edward’s School, Birmingham in September 2018 throughout his...

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January 2018

Ex Handsworth pupil Mark Rowley visits school

Mark Rowley who is the National Lead for Counter-Terrorism Policing, and the Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police visited King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School for Boys on 12th January 2018, for the first time in over thirty years. Mark was a pupil at the school between 1976 and 1983, before...

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January 2018

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE “STRINGCREDIBLES”

The STRINGCREDIBLES PROJECT reached a fabulous conclusion in November of last year after playing a series of educational concerts to primary schools around the Midlands. The girls performed a varied repertoire and managed to keep very enthusiastic audiences under control. Congratulations to Scarlett Taylor, Vicky Lawrence, Paloma Zhu, Ruth Thrush,...

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