We would like to take this opportunity to invite parents and carers of all children in Year 8 to submit their application for The King Edward VI School, Morpeth before the deadline of 31 October.
Please follow this link to view our presentation to Year 8 parents.
We also welcome applications from parents and carers of children who are not currently in our feeder schools. Our projected numbers indicate that there will be spaces available from outside of the feeder schools so please indicate our school as preference if it is your first choice. If you have any queries regarding the application process, please contact County Hall and ask for the School Admissions team.
The King Edward VI School has been selected to become a National Teaching School.
Teaching Schools take a leading role in recruiting and training new entrants to the profession, identifying leadership potential and providing support for other schools, not least by exemplifying excellent standards of teaching.
The King Edward VI School is one of 52 schools in England to be granted teaching school status in the latest round.
Introduced in 2011, Teaching Schools are all rated as “outstanding”. They work with partner schools in an alliance to ensure high quality school-led initial teacher training and professional development opportunities for teachers at all stages of their career.
They raise standards through supporting other schools, engage in research and development, and ensure that the most talented school leaders are spotted and supported to become successful headteachers.
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Congratulations to the following students have been short-listed for the Morpeth Town Art Competition sponsored by Strutt & Parker.
|The King Edward VI School
||Newminster Middle School
||Chantry Middle School
|Paola Hristova (Y9)Emily Brannigan (Y9)
Amber Johnston (Y9)
Charlotte Fatherley (Y9)
Isabel Webb (Y9)
Shellby Patterson (Y10)
Phoebe Hoggan (Y9)
Deanne Shotton (Y10)
Kiri Lamb (Y10)
Toby Gormley (Y10)
Gracie Bolton (Y10)
Sophie Thomson (Y10)
Bali Nelson (Y10)
Amber Jones (Y10)
Caitlin Scott (Y10)
Emily Streener (Y10)
|Alex Carr (Y7)Jesscia Gagie (Y7)
Maddy Stewart (Y7)
Ciaran Evans (Y7)
Victoria Smyth (Y8)
Zoe Jones (Y8)
Jay Bradwell (Y8)
Lottie Dwyer (Y8)
Thea Viennes (Y8)
Summer Allan (Y8)
|Michael Smart (Y7)Rebekah Hudson (Y8)
Alistair Wilson (Y8)
Jack Simm (Y8)
Jamee Re[path (Y8)
Libby Thompson (Y8)
Alex Harley (Y8)
Danny Lillico (Y8)
Leon Smith (Y8)
Lisa McCullough (Y8)
Lauren Jackson (Y8)
These students and their parents/carers are invited to attend the showcase and prize giving event at Strutt & Parker, Morpeth, on Wednesday 8 July at 5:30pm.
A judging panel will be voting for a first place (£100 Amazon voucher) and 2 runner up places (£50 Amazon vouchers). This panel will consist of Corrymella Scott (art dealer) and representatives from Strutt & Parker and The Three Rivers.
We are delighted to announce Paul Carvin as the new Chair of the Board of Directors.
After 10 years as Chair of Governors at KEVI and then Chair of the Board of Directors for The Three Rivers Learning Trust, Roger Vaughan is stepping down from his role.
Paul Carvin will take over with immediate affect, while Roger will stay as a member of the Board.
Read an interview with Roger and Paul in the Morpeth Herald.
Photo by Peter McCartney, Morpeth Herald.
The Board of Directors have now completed annual reports for the Audit, Education, Finance and Facilities and Board Committees for the last academic year.
These reports outline the work completed by the Directors in the last year and can be viewed here.