These are shown below with some information about each of them.
Cultural Diversity Quality Standard at Gold level
The school is pleased to have gained the Cultural Diversity Quality Standard at Gold level.
This award was introduced by the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust to recognise and celebrate the excellent work done by schools to promote cultural diversity, race equality and opportunities for all students. The Quality Standard was created with a number of headteachers from schools around the UK and a variety of key national bodies.
The King Edward’s Consortium
King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls is the lead school in the Consortium, training secondary teachers in 23 schools across the Birmingham area.
The King Edward’s Consortium offers School Direct Initial Teacher Training, and we are rated number one in the country.
Full International School Award
We are pleased to hold the Full International School Award. This is in recognition of the school’s commitment of the work of our staff and students with pupils and staff in different parts of the world. This is accredited through the British Council.
The Royal Society Schools Network
The Royal Society Schools Network comprises enthusiastic practicing teachers, technicians and staff from schools and colleges across the UK involved in 5 – 18 years education who share their experience and work in order to help promote excellence in science and mathematics teaching.
Network of Excellence Lead School
We are designated as a Lead School for the above. This means that we provide training and advice to other schools in order to develop good practice in the teaching of Computing. We have a strong track record in teaching the subject, especially to girls, and also host the Birmingham ‘hub’ of the Computing at School group, aiming to link teachers, academics and others across the city.
Specialist Schools and Academies Trust
We are affiliated to the SSAT. This is the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, an educational body and the hub of the biggest and most active network of heads and teachers in the UK. In a complex world, a teacher’s job gets more and more demanding. The role of the SSAT is to help teachers teach even better and more confidently than before.
The Prince's Teaching Institute
King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls has been awarded The Prince’s Teaching Institute Mark for outstanding leadership.
King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls and its headteacher Mrs L. Johnson have been given The Prince’s Teaching Institute (PTI) Schools Leadership Programme Mark.
The Schools Leadership Programme encourages schools to consider whole-school approaches to leadership, staffing and the curriculum that help to develop the quality and challenge experienced by pupils of all abilities and backgrounds.