Schools belonging to the King Edward Foundation include:
King Edward’s School (KES) – an independent secondary school in Birmingham.
King Edward VI Camp Hill Grammar Schools include the boys’ school, KE Camp Hill Boys, and the girls’ school, KE Camp Hill Girls, and is located in Kings Heath in Birmingham, UK. The two schools share the same site, and some major music events such as concerts, and on occasions have joint lessons.
Girls’ school: http://www.kechg.org.uk
Boys’ school: http://www.camphillboys.bham.sch.uk
King Edward VI Aston is a selective boys’ school and specialist sports college.
King Edward VI Five Ways is a mixed selective school.
King Edward VI Handsworth is another foundation selective girls’ school, which is a specialist school for the Performing Arts. This school is located north of the city and has close links with Aston.
King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy is a mixed non-selective school which is sponsored by the Foundation
We are the lead school for the The King Edward’s Consortium which is a recommending body of the Training and Development Agency. The consortium trains secondary teachers in 18 secondary schools in the Birmingham area.
We have close links with partner primary schools and secondary schools in the area. These include:
Colmore Junior School
Dame Ellen Pinsent School
Stirchley Primary School
King David Primary School
Moseley C of E Primary School
Kings Heath Primary School
St Mary’s C of E Primary School, Selly Oak
King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy
Kings Heath Boys School
Queensbridge Secondary School
Other useful links
Times Educational Supplement
Guardian: top state schools
Daily Telegraph: top state schools
Office for Standards in Education