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The KEHS International Exchange Programme resumes

The KEHS Biodiversity Project

A student spotlight on KES/KEHS Symphony Orchestra

We recently sat down with Emmy, the Symphony Orchestra leader, to talk about her experience of being a member of the KES/KEHS Symphony Orchestra....

ISI report highlights KEHS “culture of scholarship underpinned by sensitive pastoral care”

King Edward VI High School for Girls is celebrating the publication of an exceptional ISI report that shines a light on all parts of the...

Jasmine Gardosi, A Poet Laureate 

Old Edwardian and Birmingham Poet Laureate 2022-24, Jasmine Gardosi recently visited the school to give a mesmerising performance of her poem 'A Poet Laureate'. The...

KEHS Healthcare Journal raising money for Kissing it Better

A group of KEHS Upper Sixths are raising money for charity through a project focused on their future career paths. ...

KEHS Head of School appointment

KEHS tops West Midlands’ academic rankings for the third consecutive year

KEHS Travel Scholar visits Geneva

Awards Evening

National Black History Month: Saluting Our Sisters

At KES and KEHS, we have been remembering the unsung black women who have contributed to British history and have made significant changes in the...

Lower Sixth physicists explore fascinating research from lecturers at the University of Birmingham

Last month, our Lower Sixth physicists attended an event at the Ruddock Performing Arts Centre, where they had the opportunity to hear from lecturers at...

The Amazons: real or a myth?

On 21 September, some of our Classicists attended a talk at King Edward's School by Miss C Hughes about the Ancient Amazons, and whether or...

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