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Newsletter
22 May 2019

King Edward VI Joint School Council

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On Thursday 11th April, the year group chairs of each School Council attended the Spring School Council conference, which was held at Five Ways School. The day included a variety of speeches from each school, discussion activities, a tour of the school and some action planning. We had to give a presentation too, which was […]

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22 May 2019

Charity Update April 2019

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The second ‘pupil choice’ charity non-uniform day was held on the last day of the spring half term, when students were challenged to come to school in as much denim as possible. We raised £732 for Genetic Disorders UK as part of their “Jeans for Genes” campaign. Pictured below are some of the students with […]

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10 Apr 2019

Spring Term II Newsletter 2019

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Headteacher’s Introduction Dear Parents It is with great pleasure that I write the introduction to the Spring term newsletter.  This highlights and showcases just a small selection of the extra-curricular activities and achievements that the girls have enjoyed this term. As you will see, Handsworth girls continue to achieve great success in a wide range […]

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10 Apr 2019

Young Wellbeing Leads

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Who are they? The wellbeing team consist of students that have put themselves forward to be a part of making our school environment a safer and happier place to be in. We work together and lead a variety of activities to support people around the school who are in need of help and need a […]

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10 Apr 2019

Young Well Being Leaders

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On Friday the 22nd March the Young Wellbeing Leaders group attended the training session organised by a member of the Birmingham NewStart Programme. NewStart is a project working in partnership with the NHS, Public Health, Local Authority, Forward Thinking Birmingham and other strategic partners in order to shape the future mental health provisions in school. […]

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10 Apr 2019

Year 7 Trip to Warwick Castle

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As part of our History curriculum, we were very grateful to have been taken to Warwick Castle last Thursday. We had the opportunity to explore the castle through time, from William the Conqueror onwards. Warwick Castle was an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime experience no-one would want to miss. It was great to have a day out of […]

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10 Apr 2019

The Library and the Scholastic Book Fair

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Thank you to everyone who made a purchase from the Scholastic Book Fair and to the Pupil Librarians for their excellent customer service. We sold over £500 worth of books and stationery resulting in just over £200 worth of free books for the Library. The event began with a competition for five students to each […]

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10 Apr 2019

Science Club

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Since the start of the year Science Club has evolved from soldering to also include studying! Adhering to strict laboratory rules whilst working with molten metal which can reach up to temperatures of 330oC, we have made Christmas trees, flashing wands, and portable speakers. All we need to do is work on our technology skills […]

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10 Apr 2019

PE Update

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Winter School games Basketball The girls have been training really hard for the Winter School Games Basketball Tournament. The games were very fast paced and competition was high, all of the team played really well and secured 3rd place overall. Birmingham School games Dance Congratulations to DLP Dance Company for winning the Birmingham School Games […]

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10 Apr 2019

Online Scare Article

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There’s a viral scare online. What should I do? Reports of online scares or challenges encouraging harmful or suicidal behaviours can be alarming and confusing. Here we look at how you can speak to your child about scares and challenges, and how to respond if they have seen one. Stories and warnings often circulate online […]

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