The first meeting of The Red & Black school newspaper will be on the 7th of October at lunch time in DS3. All years are welcome and they can bring their lunch with them. This is to discuss articles and contributions to the next edition scheduled for release on 5 December. Any questions see Ellie Cape or Martha Hornet in Year 12.
The Debate Society recently entered a team of eight students into the regional round of the European Youth Parliament. Given the high standard of the other debaters we were honoured to be chosen as the winners. As a result the team have qualified to proceed to the National Session of the European Youth Parliament in Liverpool this September. This is a four-day event that will bring together 150 participants from across the UK and Europe to engage with the theme:
‘Overcoming the Challenges of Political and Economic Globalization’.
The Year 12 students have led a fantastic team from across the school to put together this fabulous edition of the student newspaper; The Red and Black.
Dissection Club will be taking place Tuesday 25th, after school in A11 (Mr Astbury’s classroom). Come along to dissect a rat!
The editorial team of the student newspaper are delighted to share with you the Spring Term edition.
The week 4 – 8 March sees the return of these hugely successful annual events. In school we are supporting them in a number of ways. Assemblies for this week will be ‘futures’ focused and there are a wealth of resources for students and parents/carers on the ‘Your Future – KEVI Careers’ website. This is currently under construction and will be launched during the week.
Over the course of the week there are a number of exciting opportunities which have been arranged for students: visits, workshops and talks. The full programme is available to view here. We ask that students and any parents/carers wanting to attend the parent session on Monday 4 March to sign up using the Google Form. If students prefer they can sign up and register with Mrs J Schreier in the Careers Office.
Careers Education and a future focus is constant within and across school, the preparation of students for their next stage happens throughout the academic year and different year groups. Our Student Mentors are available for one to one conversations at all times, students have access to quality careers advice outside of National Careers Week. In the spirit of Careers Week, we are aiming to raise awareness of opportunities that can enrich the learning experience and enhance any CV.
You can also follow us on social media or search twitter using #NCW2019 and #NAW2019 to gain further insight into the breadth of events during the week.
Any student wishing to apply for entry into our Sixth Form should complete this online application form.
Students should check the entry requirements in the Sixth Form at King Edward’s prospectus, these are found on page 15 and 16. The entry requirements are a guide, and our informed judgement on what level of attainment at GCSE will mean successful progress and attainment at A Level. Do not let the entry requirements deter you from an application; be aspirational and let the entry requirements be a motivator for your Summer exams. Every application, after results, will be judged on its own individual merit. All applicants will be considered and be invited to interview after results in August.
To create our timetable we organise subjects into pools, this is reflected in the application form. You should check that your chosen combination of subjects are possible within the timetable. Use the latest option pool document to check. Applicants are invited to choose three A Level/Level 3 subjects from the four option pools. These pools are provisional at present. If your combination of subjects does not work, make a note on the application form and we will investigate and try our best to meet the need. In the very small number of incidents where combinations of subjects cannot be accommodated, applicants will be invited for a meeting to discuss.
Bridging Week will take place during the week beginning 8 July, where students will try their chosen subjects for a week. This is an excellent week where students will get to know Sixth Form and our staff. We are aware that some students will be on the NCS Summer programme during this week. Please just keep the Sixth Form team informed once you have your offer of a place.
Following GCSE results in August, all students should confirm their final subject choices using an online form which will be available on our website on results day.
Applicants from Other Schools
If you would like a personal discussion and a tour of the school, please contact us via our email, email@example.com
We will send out further information during the year, but we would expect you to attend Bridging Week and a presentation afternoon on Friday 5 July.
Check out our Sixth Form website http://sixthformkevi.the3rivers.net/ for more information and follow our social media channels to get a taste of Sixth Form life here at King Edward’s.
A team of students worked together to get their vision of a school newspaper up and running. The self-starting group have shown great determination and resilience to get together the content for their first edition, even meeting with a marketing and branding expert for advice.
The editorial team includes all year groups, but is led by one of our Year 12 students. Getting the first edition together has been a real accomplishment and we look forward to their second edition scheduled for release in February.