Video our latest promo videos about coming to King Edward VI High School in September 2018!
The school will be running another WW1 Battlefields Tour in 2018 to visit France and Belgium. Please visit the tour page to download a letter and for further details.
Staffordshire County Council have updated their information regarding penalty notices. Please see the download below.
Please see below information regarding the School Clubs on offer this term. More clubs may be added throughout the year, so please check back next term.
School finishes on Friday 21st July at 12.40pm when the school breaks up for the Summer Holidays. The day will also be a Mufti Day with £1 donations going to charity. The school will reopen for all students on Wednesday 6th September 2017. Wishing you all a restful and enjoyable break!
Perkins Tennis Ball Launcher Competition with multi-armed trebuchet, a brilliant feat of engineering from Mr S Bradbury. Longest distance WINNERS for the second year in a row.
Mr Christey has praised pupils for their performance in the national Young Enterprise competition. Team Orbit from King Edward VI High School achieved third place and also won a special award for innovation at the event.
The team created the interactive book Columbii after being challenged to create a product and run a business as part of the Young Enterprise competition.
The team, including Ellie Wright, Niles Butler and Henry Lapworth, achieved victory in various rounds at county and regional level, to be one of the top 14 in the country chosen to go through to the national final.
Headteacher Mr Christey said: "We are incredibly proud of these amazing and talented young people.
"Ellie, Henry and Niles have worked very hard to get as far as they did and they have set a shining example to the rest of the school, for other young people to follow.
"They have shown to younger pupils what can be achieved with hard work and dedication and have had the opportunity to share their talent with the rest of the country. They all have very promising careers ahead of them. Well done! We are very proud of you all."
School will finish at 12.40pm on Friday 16th December 2016. The Spring term begins on Tuesday 3rd January 2017 at normal time.
Friday will be our annual Christmas Jumper Day where students can wear their Christmas jumpers to support a national charity. Please bring in £1 donations. If you do not have a Christmas jumper, try and make an ordinary one a little bit festive with a splash of tinsel! There is no need to wear school uniform, providing pupils are wearing a festive jumper. All money raised will be donated to Save the Children. If you have any questions, please speak to Mrs Gibbs.
We look forward to seeing everyone in the New Year on 3rd January.
Wishing parents, carers, pupils and staff a very Merry Christmas!
On 18th November 2016, King Edward VI High school hosted an Enrichment day. All years took part and helped to participate in these activities and events. For Year 7, they did the desert challenge (involved in using newspaper to build a shelter from the sun which had to fit in one person),creative croissants in origami (this involved using paper to make it into a shape of a croissant) and self-portraits in art (this involved each group having a portrait divided into squares and each person was responsible for recreating one square using different textures and materials). Some of these challenges had prizes and rewards for the best. For Year 8, they were doing problem solving in both P.E and maths and designing products. For Year 9, they were learning about culture and countries in humanities and English. In Year 10, they chose what they wanted to do in work experience and working on their CVs. Finally, in Year 11, they were doing their Science controlled assessments for their GSCE’s. Most of these activities that took place helped students with leadership skills, teamwork ability and problem solving skills. We had interviewed students on what they were doing and if they enjoyed it or not. These interviews were with Evie Austin and Max Greensill; you can see these interviews on KEVI TV. All of the other students looked like they were enjoying themselves as we went around the school.
By Christopher Austin and Ben Trigg
King Edward VI High School has launched a brand new app for smartphones and tablets called "My Ed". The My Ed app shows you up to date information about all aspects of your child’s school life. It allows you to view information and keep up to date with what’s going on in school; it allows you to view key information about your child’s school activity and send and receive FREE messages to and from school via your mobile device. It will be the easiest and best way to find out everything you need to know about your child's performance in school and to get access to some of the most important information.
The app is free to download and can be accessed via the Apple App Store or Google Play Store on Android devices. Headteacher, Mr Christey, has said "We are always looking at new ways to keep parents and carers informed about their child's performance in school and share their achievements. This new app will help us do that and will be a fast and efficient method of communication with parents and carers as well as being a source of useful and important information, so you will always be up-to-date with all the great and exciting things going on in school".
To download, visit your app store, search for "My Ed", download the app and follow the instructions. If you are having any difficulties contact our IT Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01785 258546. For more information visit the My Ed website at www.myedschoolapp.com.