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Lower Sixth Bunker Gallery Exhibition

19th May 2021

Our Lower Sixth Form art pupils have been working hard to prepare for their final exams next year, and as part of their development as artists were given the opportunity to display their work in the Bunker Gallery. A mix of six IB and A-level pupils contributed nearly 60 pieces of artwork in a variety…

COVID update from Deputy Head

17th May 2021

Following the government’s recent updated guidance for schools, I am delighted to provide details of King Edward’s measures and precautions against COVID. In the interests of brevity and clarity I shall list bullet points of changes:  Masks are no longer compulsory or recommended for pupils in School, either in classrooms or in communal areas around…

Lower School Art Exhibition

28th April 2021

From the beginning of the Summer Term the QMH art club run by Artist in Residence, Miss Emma Trussler, has taken place every Tuesday in the activity slot after School. On 27th April 2021, the new QMH exhibition opened in the Bunker Gallery displaying their work. The Lower School pupils had worked on different topics…

Red Nose Day Fun Run

23rd March 2021

As part of King Edward’s celebrations for Red Nose Day, all pupils were invited to take part in a fun run. On the 23rd, 24th and 25th March pupils across all the years had to run or walk between 3k and 6k on a cross country route across the school grounds with their year group….

Sixth Form Wine Tasting

20th March 2021

On Saturday evening, 20th March, our Sixth Form boarders were invited to take part in a wine tasting event as part of their Sixth Form co-curriculum activities. The event was held for the Sixth Form to give them an opportunity to learn about wine and its relationship with food in an appropriate fashion. A total…

“Your Careers Future in…” Sports

19th March 2021

As part of the ‘Your Careers Future…’ series hosted by our Careers Department, Jason Thomas, Regional Recruitment Manager at UCFB, talked to Elite Performance Pathway 3rd to Sixth Form pupils about his careers journey, and careers in sports more generally. Jason grew up in Fulham, London and explained how he struggled in school, only excelling…

King Edward’s joins Teen Tips

18th March 2021

King Edward’s has had a Pupil Wellbeing Committee since 2019 which is dedicated to improving the mental health and wellbeing of all pupils.  The Committee is lead by Deputy Head and Safeguarding led Mr David Corran, and supported by Head of Learning Support and SENCO Mrs Zoe Marsden, Deputy Head Academic Mrs Zeba Clarke, Medical…

Living Through History

16th March 2021

Last week the History Department, in collaboration with the Development Department, presented ‘King Edward’s: Living through History’. A total of five Old Witleians, including both former staff and former pupils, zoomed into History lessons to speak to the pupils about their personal experiences of some of the events pupils study. These sessions shared a unique…

“Your Careers Future in…” Performing Arts

12th March 2021

The latest in the “Your Careers Future” series of talks focused on careers in the Performing Arts. Two speakers from different areas of the Performing Arts industry talked about their journeys in their careers, and well as tips and tricks on how to succeed. First to speak was Philip Glassborow, writer and director. Starting off…

NASA and Cyber Security Zoom in

11th March 2021

The first female NASA Engineer and two Senior Intelligence Officers captivated the 4th to Sixth Form pupils’ attention at the first of two Careers Lectures last week via zoom.  Bonnie Huval who gave a fascinating recount of her life and career at NASA. Born in Texas, and the second only person in her family to go…

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