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Newsletter
11 Feb 2020

Online Safety Tips for Parents of Teenagers

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Click Here to view the Online Safety Tips for Parents of Teenagers

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11 Feb 2020

Music Department Update

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The Autumn Term is always a very busy one for the music department with Speech Day, Y12 GCSE Awards Afternoon and the Christmas concert needing music.  There was a wide variety of music performed at the Christmas Concert on Tuesday 11th December and the following school ensembles performed to their usual high standard. Dhol Ensemble […]

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11 Feb 2020

Macbeth Theatre Trip

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On Thursday 6th February, a group of year 10 and 11 girls went on a trip to The Old Rep Theatre to see a performance of our English Literature GCSE Shakespearean text – ‘Macbeth’. After watching many different film adaptations of the play and studying it both as a text and a piece of drama, […]

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11 Feb 2020

Internet Safety Week

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Following Internet Safety Week assemblies, I thought it important to share with you some useful resources to enable you to support us with our key messages to the young people in our school. DOING IT TOGETHER #DITTO is a free online safety (e-safety) magazine in PDF format for schools, organizations and parents to keep you up to date with […]

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11 Feb 2020

Engineering Education Scheme Update

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From the 16-17th December, we went to the University of Birmingham to use the facilities to make a prototype for the Engineering Education Scheme. Using drills, hammers and a bit of superglue, Team Flow worked together to create components for a valve, the purpose of which is to control the flow of water. Team GDU […]

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17 Dec 2019

Autumn Term II Newsletter 2019

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Art in Action Conference As an A-level Art group we attended a conference at Warwick university titled: Art In Action. Click Here to read more Charity update December 2019 The highlight of this half term has been Children In Need week and the Miss KE event. Click Here to read more Miss KE Reflections and […]

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17 Dec 2019

Year 9 Black Country Museum

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On Thursday 14th November the History and Computing departments arranged for all of Year 9 to visit the Black Country Museum in Dudley. Unfortunately, it was a very wet day but girls were exceptionally well behaved, given the conditions! They were treated to a tour of the underground coal mine, a lesson in the Victorian […]

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17 Dec 2019

UK Youth Parliament

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My name is Mahfuza Khandokar and I’m a student in Year 12 here at King Edward VI Handsworth School and have been studying here since I started Year 7, in September 2014. One of the many opportunities I was lucky to have been exposed to during my time at this school was the UK Youth […]

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17 Dec 2019

STEM Club

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This term STEM club have been working on their own projects, both in groups and as individuals. We have made entries for the Handmade Christmas Competition, and continued to build a range of solar-powered and mechanical devices. Well done to all STEM clubbers who have been committed to carefully crafting their creations. A special congratulations […]

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17 Dec 2019

Report from the Hearts of Steel Robot Builders

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“On Wednesday 4th December, the Hearts of Steel from KEVIHS went to Aston University Engineering Academy to try out our ”Battlefield” ready for our competition in February. We had an immensely great time troubleshooting issues with our robot while meeting other teams and viewing the issues they faced too. We arrived at 12:15 wondering what to expect, and […]

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