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February 2019

Schools unite for fairy tale concert

Almost 400 pupils from primary schools across Birmingham will perform music they have created by taking inspiration from fairy tales in a special concert organised by King Edward’s School, Birmingham as part of its outreach programme. The children, who are from seven primary schools, will perform their original compositions to...

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January 2019

MERVYN BROOKER (1954 – 2019)

We are saddened to share the news that Mervyn Brooker, Headmaster of King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys from 1995 – 2002, died on 23rd January after a sudden and short illness. Born in Burton on Trent, Mervyn attended Lancaster Royal Grammar School and Burnley Grammar School. He...

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January 2019

Former Five Ways Student Makes TV Debut

We caught up with former Five Ways student Nathaniel Dass, now starring in the new CBBC show ‘Almost Never’. The comedy-drama series follows band ‘The Wonderland’ as they follow their dream to try and make it big in the music industry. Nathaniel stars alongside Fleur East and Emily Atack –...

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December 2018

NEW PROPOSALS WILL STRENGTHEN OUR DIVERSITY

Mrs Yvonne Wilkinson, Head of King Edward VI Five Ways School  has kindly offered her thoughts on our new admissions proposals. “We believe the new admissions proposals set out by The King Edward VI Academy Trust Birmingham support our goal of becoming a more balanced coeducational community.  They will also...

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