Here is the presentation from the Year 13 UCAS evening on Tuesday 15 September.
There were 659 exam entries from 215 students across 33 subjects, representing one of the largest Sixth Form cohorts across the region.
Almost 50% of all grades were at A* – B grades, and there are many wonderful success stories across the whole year group.
Congratulations and best wishes to all students for their future, from all the staff at KEVI.
The Holocaust Educational Trust and The King Edward VI High School are delighted to offer the opportunity for two Sixth Form students to participate in the upcoming Lessons from Auschwitz Project – an innovative four-part course which gives students the opportunity to visit the Nazi death and concentration camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau.
There are only 2 places available. These shall be offered to Year 13 History students studying the Holocaust for their Personal Studies or those wishing to apply to study History at University.
In order to secure a place write a one-page essay on the Importance of Remembering the Holocaust to be submitted to Ms Sharples (B2) by Wednesday 16th September.
We also ask that participants contribute £25 towards the cost of the trip (the rest is financed by the school and the HET).
Congratulations to some of our Year 13 students who have been awarded the Gold CREST Award.
The students have worked in a team on an 18 month project to design areas of a prototype for a robotic cleaning machine whilst investigating the following structure, electronic control systems and manufacturing.
- Alexander Bailey
- Ella Brookes
- Andrew Charlton
- Mathew Connell
- Daniel Haxell
- Adrian Jonas
- Daniel Pearce
- Tom Robbins
- Ben Steel
Congratulations to a Tom Rolt, Joe White, Tim Graham, Lola Priest, David Thompson, Natalie Newton, Leigh Stappard (pictured with Lucy Smith from St Oswald’s Hospice) on organising and running a race night on Thursday 27th November at Stannington Village Hall.
The event was attended by 60 people and the group have raised £750 for St Oswald’s.
They came to see over 45 employers, education establishments and training providers including; Oxford and Cambridge Universities, local universities and FE colleges, Deliotte, Arup, the NHS, Carillion and Northern Powergrid plus a whole host of other sectors were represented. The event was a huge success for the delegates, students and parents.
We are proud to have been able to provide this unique and invaluable opportunity for our students and parents to speak directly to employers about their future plans.
Students in Year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 took part in house matches week beginning 13th October. We had a fantastic amount of students who took part in these from across the Year groups. Girls played Hockey or Netball and boys played Rugby.
Click below to see the results