First Edition

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.

The Red and Black Winter Edition


An Afternoon Recital

Year 12 Music A Level Students From The King Edward VI School Perform

An Afternoon Recital

The Sanctuary
Morpeth Methodist Church
1.30 pm Wednesday 12 December 2018


It’s Cold Outside!

So come in and hear some heart-warming music!

Suzy Hull (Alto Saxophone)

Jessica Hawkins (Soprano)

Emily Toman (Bass Guitar)

Aidan Campbell (Tenor)

Isaac Thorn (Piano)

No tickets, just donations please to cover our costs!

Exam certificates

Students who sat GCSEs and A Levels in summer 2018 and who paid for their certificates to be posted home should now have received them. Those students who did not pay for postage should contact the exams office to arrange to come in to collect them.

Please note that we are only required to keep certificates for one year, after which the exam board advise that they can be disposed of. Replacement copies cost around £50 per certificate so please ensure that you do collect your certificates.

Double Rugby Success – Year 9 & 10 Rugby teams are Northumberland Schools Champions!

Year 9 and Year 10 Rugby teams became Northumberland Schools Champions last night.  The Year 9 team defeated a strong St Thomas More school 40-19 and Year 10 defeated Dame Allan’s 31-17 at Kingston Park the home of the Newcastle Falcons.

On their route to the final the Year 9 team defeated Bede 57-0, St Mary’s 36-5, Newcastle School for Boys 27-0 and in a close semi-final pipped Dame Allan’s 21-14 whilst Year 10 defeated Bede Academy 27 – 0, Cramlington Learning Village 14-12, and the Royal Grammar School in a tight semi-final 22-19.

Mr Foster who led the teams offered his congratulations ” Well done to all the players. A well deserved victory and for both teams with lots of promise, commitment and character. The squads were excellent showing commitment, heart and good skill level. They fully deserved the win!”.

Man of the match voted by Mr Foster  – Jack Loughane in Year 9

Man of the match voted by the players – Sam Ewen in Year 10