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Our school uniform provider Emblematic have opened a new self-service shop in Bedlington.
The new Emblematic branch will be open six days a week during the school summer holidays. The second self-service shop will be open from 12pm-5pm Wednesdays and 10am-4pm Saturdays during winter, while extended opening hours will provide much-needed relief on the existing Emblematic store on the North Tyneside Industrial Estate during the busy summer period, improving convenience and reduce waiting times.
Our uniforms can only be purchased through the Bedlington store. You can order online or purchase in-store.
The address of the new store is:
30 Glebe Road
The project is being run by Morpeth Explorer Scouts and entails a 10 day expedition through the Czech Republic. The expedition involves traversing the Kralicky Sneznik national park alongside Czech scouts.
The purpose of the project is to give ordinary pupils the chance to do something extraordinary. Aside from the physical challenges they will face, they hope to gain invaluable skills that will serve them well in life. For example, developing interpersonal and teamwork skills as well as meeting and working alongside other young people from a different culture.
To carry out this project they must fundraise £10,000. To help fundraise this large amount of money, they a rebuilding a fundraising event on the 6th May. See the poster for more details.
- School Council
- Sixth Form Gardening
- Student Enterprise
- Student Debate
- Student Radio
- The Ceilidh band
Eighteen months ago a small group of people interested in making things came together at The King Edward VI School for the first time, to learn from each other and experiment.Now, every other Tuesday during term time, everyone meets up to explore and create things from scratch ie using basic materials as much as possible.
The idea is to start with a specific material and explore its possibilities through an identified project.
Work in progress by Gardening Matters, a collaboration between KEVI, volunteers and local businesses aiming to develop the school grounds into an attractive environment for school and local community. Parts of the grounds will be developed into open air classrooms for teaching biology.
Congratulations to our Student Review News Team, who have produced the latest edition of our student-led publication Student Review. The magazine welcomes contributions from any high school in Northumberland, and for this edition, we are delighted to have worked with students from James Calvert Spence College.
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Due to changes in all A level courses at a National level we have reviewed our criteria for students wishing to opt for specific subjects. These changes are to support students choosing appropriate courses which will lead to individual success.
Our basic entry criteria of 5A* to C grades at GCSE remains the same for entry into Sixth Form.
The PDF document below is an extract from our Post 16 prospectus which outlines these changes. When considering entry in to our Sixth Form students should work through the three steps outlined in the attached document.
The King Edward VI School has been nationally recognised for its exceptional 2015 performance by the Schools, Students and Teachers network (SSAT). Educational Outcomes data analysis from SSAT has shown that the school is in the top 20% of non-selective schools nationally for high average grades achieved by students.
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