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22 Oct 2019

A Shining Light

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One of the many wonderful traditions we have in school is the Beacon magazine, an annual publication written and designed by a dedicated Year 12 team.  Students go through a rigorous application process to become part of the Beacon team and are then tasked with producing that year’s publication.  It is demanding work which requires […]

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22 Oct 2019

A Level Art Goldsmiths Webinar

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Art and Design: Putting Together A Great Portfolio With Goldsmiths Alison Jones – Lecturer in Art Practise Eleanor Daly and Janaki Mistry – Art Students Year 13 A level Art Students participated in a webinar with Goldsmiths University this month with the focus being putting together a portfolio of artwork in readiness for University Interviews. […]

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16 Jul 2019

Summer Term II Newsletter 2019

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Ashpreet Ocean Rescue Blog A well done to Ashpreet for entering the Sky Ocean Rescue blog competition, please read her entry below. Click Here to read more Buying Drugs Online It’s against the law. Online or offline, it is illegal to possess, supply, import or export and unlawfully produce Class A, B, and C drugs. […]

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16 Jul 2019

Year 11 Alton towers

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Year 11 celebration trip to Alton towers As part of our celebration of our time at KEVIHS, Year 11 went on a trip to Alton towers. It was an extremely fun and relaxing experience which gave us an opportunity to catch up with friends, as well as enjoy many of the new rides such as […]

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16 Jul 2019

Year 9 Residential

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In early July, I went on a residential to Paris with other Year 9 pupils. It was a three day trip filled with lots of exciting things to do and see. We went on a river cruise, visited the Louvre museum, Montmartre (a village in Paris), the Parisian catacombs and the Palace of Versailles, among […]

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16 Jul 2019

Year 8 Think Tank

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On Friday 5th July, the whole of Year Eight had the opportunity to experience the exhibitions, a show, and a workshop at Think Tank, Birmingham. The day began with getting us into groups including some people who we had not worked with before, and then we got on the buses to go to Think Tank. […]

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16 Jul 2019

Year 7 German and French Spelling Bee

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On Friday 12th July our six Year 7 German and French Spelling Bee representatives created a bit of a buzz at the inaugural finals, held at King Edward VI, Five Ways School. Hot on the heels of other recent Handsworth successes, they managed to sting the opposition with their spelling wizardry. Tam-Binh Nguyen Pham was […]

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16 Jul 2019

Sustainable Department

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Do you work at or run a manufacturing or printing business? In the efforts of becoming more sustainable in our approach to sourcing and using materials the Design and Technology department is interesting in making links with companies within our community that may be able to supply materials for our Key Stage 3 and GCSE […]

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16 Jul 2019

Science Lab

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On Thursday 4th July, a few Year 7 volunteers assisted Miss Campbell and Mrs Daniel with some Year 5s who were visiting our school science labatories. They did a carousel of experiments from Don’t Blow it! To: ‘Can you see as well as a chameleon?’ They demonstrated for the students and took charge of everything. […]

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16 Jul 2019

RSA Pupil Design Awards

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The RSA Pupil Design Awards is a competition in which students aged 11-17 are encouraged to come up with innovative ideas to overcome real life problems through design thinking.  Design is about more than making beautiful things; the competition aims to help solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges such as loneliness, unhealthy diets […]

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