Month: June 2022

Team of the Term

27th June 2022

Opening this article about achievements, is April Klein from the U13A Girls cricket who hit a large number of 50s. Alongside her at the top of the order is U13A Boys captain, Will Cook, who scored a total of 350 runs at an average of 39 plus taking 16 wickets. Coming in at three is…

e-safety Bridewell Talk

26th June 2022

On Wednesday 22nd June, parents both from King Edward’s as well as from local prep and primary schools attended the final ‘Bridewell Talk’ of our series this year, held in our Chapel.  The evening was the last of the three ‘Bridewell Talks’ this academic year, each of which was designed to share ideas and focus…

Unveiling of the Portrait of Peter Estlin

25th June 2022

On Thursday 23rd June, members of the 1553 Guild met for their annual gathering at King Edward’s. They enjoyed welcome drinks in the Quad before progressing into the Selborne Room for a sumptuous lunch joined by the newly elected prefects. After lunch and before the speeches, they were entertained by our talented music scholars before…

Maths and Science Challenge Day

22nd June 2022

On Tuesday 21 June, Year 5 and 6 children from ten local prep and primary schools took part in the annual King Edward’s Maths and Science Day Challenge. With each school bringing six children, we were pleased to be able to welcome 54 children from Year 5 and six from Year 6 from Royal Grammar…

U13As run rampant in cricket fixtures

14th June 2022

The team of the week this week could have gone to several sides.  However, the standout performances, after much deliberation, came from the Under 13A boys cricket team who had an excellent week with two brilliant victories. Last Wednesday, we travelled to Feltonfleet School looking for revenge after they narrowly defeated us in the Surrey…

U15s victorious in Portsmouth

14th June 2022

Spirits were high on a blustery day, as King Edward’s Witley travelled to Hilsea Playing Fields to face Portsmouth Grammar. In what would be the final tennis match of the summer, the U15s, led by captain Pablo were excited to get going in what looked like to be a competitive fixture. Six singles started off…

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