Student Voice week - w.c. 20.11.17

Student Voice week takes place w.c 20 November 2017. There will be lots of activities in the college during that week, please watch the video to find out more.

Students honour fallen in Remembrance ceremony

Students at King Edward VI College observed a two minute silence in remembrance of the fallen in two world wars and other armed conflicts at their traditional Remembrance Day ceremony this week. At eleven o'clock on Friday 11th November a bugler sounded The Last Post and the quad at King Edward's fell silent as more than a thousand students and staff showed their respect for those who laid down their lives in conflicts. The end of the two minutes silence was marked by bugler Harry Bramhill sounding Reveille after which Robin Mitchell from the Student Union gave a short reading. Later there was a short ceremony in the main hall where representatives from the student body, board of governors and Old Edwardian's club laid wreaths ...

Students 'develop an intellectual curiosity and a thirst for knowledge' - Ofsted

King Edward VI College Stourbridge has been classed as 'Good' across all areas following a visit by OFSTED. In their report, published today (Tuesday, 7th November), the inspectors rated the college 'Good' for: The effectiveness of its leadership and management Quality of teaching, learning and assessment Personal development, behaviour and welfare of students Outcomes for learners, and Its 16 to 19 study programmes. In their summary of key findings, the inspectors said the sixth-form college, which caters for more than 2,100 students, 'is a good provider'. The large majority of students achieve well and progress to higher education. The inspectors said: "They (the students) are ambitious for their futures and are very keen...

6-0 England success

Ebony Salmon, who joined King Edward's College this September, has been selected and recently played for the U17 England Women's team, she recently played in the England V Slovakia game where she scored 2 of the winning goals. Ebony is a great asset to the college and we look forward to watching her football career blossom alongside her A level studies. To read more about the recent game click here.  ...

Top marks for finance students

There was an extra special presentation today to our CeFs group (Level 3 Certificate in Financial Studies). Mr Chris Hamson from the London Institute of Banking & Finance made a rare centre visit to personally congratulate what he described as an ‘exceptional group of students’ who were amongst the top 20% of students to take the qualification nationally. The group, who all achieved either an A or A* each received their certificates from Mr Hamson and were congratulated by their teacher Dean West and Principal Remley Mann Pictured from left to right: Ruth Kendrick, Jess Cleaton, Dean West, Pheobe Francis, Kathryn Ross, Remley Mann, Tom Fletcher, Phalprada Bhardwaj, Chris Hamson and Alex Hollis...

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