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Student shortlisted in writing competition

The English Department would like to congratulate Year 12 student Gaia Wales, whose entry to the Martin Wills Memorial Trust Writing Competition has been shortlisted...

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A busy term for the Careers Department

The Spring Term has been an exciting time as EHS has hosted two Careers Fairs. The first was held as an integral part of the Humanities Day on Wednesday 1...

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Announcing the new Leadership Team

Last week, Edgbaston High School announced Year 12 student Holly as the Head Girl Elect for the academic year 2017-18. We are now delighted to be able to announce...

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Strong show at business competition

On Friday 10 May, six girls from Year 12 took part in BASE, the National Business and Accounting competition run by the Institute for Chartered Accountants...

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Students attend BMCA Classics conference

On Saturday, Classics students Emma Khan, Lava Yassen and Mariam Al-Ani, attended the Birmingham and Midlands Classics Association (BMCA) conference. We...

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Announcing the Head Girl Elect

Edgbaston High School is delighted to announce Holly M as the Head Girl elect for the academic year 2017-18. Holly joined EHS from St Laurence Church Junior...

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EHS hosts a memorable Humanities Day

Edgbaston High School was delighted to host Humanities Day on Wednesday this week. 150 girls from eight schools across the country travelled to EHS to join...

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Discovering the art of Florence

On Thursday 16 February, sixteen girls from Years 10 to 13 and three accompanying staff set off for Florence at the indecent hour of two o’clock in the morning....

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Little Hearts Matter at EHS

On Tuesday 14 February, Valentine’s Day, the whole school community joined together in support of the half a heart charity ‘Little Hearts Matter’. Girls...

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Geographers investigate regeneration

Last weekend, Year 12 Geographers, Mrs Hughes and Miss Rance braved the cold to undertake fieldwork at Slapton Ley Field Studies Centre. We left Birmingham...

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Flash Academy language learning

We are delighted to be able to offer the language learning app ‘Flash Academy’ to all pupils in Years 8 - 11 during the current academic year. The Modern...

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Students have a taste of Sixth Form

On Tuesday 14 February, Year 11 girls were able to experience a day at EHS Sixth Form. The girls spent the day visiting Sixth Form lessons in the subjects...

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Suzanne Barnes Design Award 2017

This year saw the School's fourth collaboration with the Birmingham interior designer Suzanne Barnes. Back in September, the Year 12 D&T Textiles students...

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RAG Week at EHS

All of next week, the House Captains and the Sixth Form Charity Representatives are running the Senior School RAG week - a week of exciting fundraising events...

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Gallery inspiration for Art students

On 25 January Year 12 & 13 Art & Design students attended a trip to London; the day consisted of a visit to The National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery...

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Celebrating another year of excellence

Celebrating our school birthday is always a special occasion as it allows staff and students from all three sections of the school - Westbourne, Prep and Senior...

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How are EHS girls keeping busy?

At EHS we provide a wide range of opportunities for stretch and challenge as we are keen to encourage girls to further their learning in class as well as to...

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Careers round up

It has been a very busy time in the Careers Office. This week, we were delighted to welcome Dr Fiona Reynolds, Chief Medical Officer at Birmingham Children’s...

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Sixth Form Enrichment in action

Here at EHS we strive to offer all our Sixth Formers the opportunity to volunteer in the local community for at least a term during their Enrichment time on...

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Molly sets her sights on Beijing

Year 11 student Molly has her sights set firmly on competing at the Beijing Paralympic Winter Games 2022. An avid skier since the age of six, over the past...

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Discovering Rome's greatest orator

On Thursday 19 January, three EHS students embarked on a short journey to the University of Birmingham. We had been privileged enough to be able to attend...

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Year 13 hone their study skills

On Wednesday afternoon Year 13 had a study skills workshop run by Elevate Education. The title of the session was ‘Memory and Mnemonics’ and was aimed at teaching...

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Excellence Book - Autumn Term 2016

The following Senior and Sixth Form girls have been commended for their excellent work during the Autumn Term:     Name Subject ENGLISH Naomi...

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'Maths Inspiration' for Year 12

On Thursday 17 November, a group of A-Level Maths students travelled to the University of Birmingham to attend a series of lectures called ‘Maths Inspiration’. During...

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Gisela Stuart takes on tough questions

On Friday 4 November, Gisela Stuart MP arrived in School to attend a question and answer session entitled ‘Brexit Q and A’. Ms Stuart has been the Labour...

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Chemists secure new equipment

This week, our Year 13 chemists have had the opportunity to experiment with a new piece of equipment bought for the School. The hydrogen electrode allows...

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Students shine at talent show

On Friday 18 November, girls from Senior School gathered in the Octagon for the annual Talent Show for Children in Need. The Sixth Form charity representatives...

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Hats off (or on) for Particle Physics

Over this term, the Year 12 Physicists have been exploring the 'fascinator-ing' world of Particle Physics. They have learnt 'a-boater' the various types of...

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Trpčeski gives stunning performance

The much-anticipated piano recital given by Macedonian concert pianist Simon Trpčeski took place in the Octagon on Wednesday 9 November.  Mr Trpčeski had agreed...

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Chemistry in action

On Wednesday 9 November, eight A-Level Chemistry students travelled to the University of Warwick to attend a Chemistry in Action lecture alongside Mrs Brookes...

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Student Sounds Out Eton Choral Course

Over the summer, Head Girl Bethany Lucas participated in the prestigious Eton Choral Course, a week-long, residential summer course for young singers, which...

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School Survives the Sixth Form Sleepover

On Thursday 13 October, the School braced itself for the annual Sixth Form sleepover. The event, which is now in its eighth year, forms an integral part of...

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Classicists Consider the Sophoclean Hero

On Thursday 6 October, a group of Sixth Form Classicists and Miss Rankin attended a Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association lecture, held at Birmingham...

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Another Successful Macmillan Cake Sale

On Friday, 30 September the smell of cake filled the halls in Senior School as the Sixth Form prepared for the annual Macmillan Coffee Morning. Girls, staff...

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Bethany's Staton Essay Prize Award

Congratulations to Bethany Lucas in Year 13 who has been highly commended by Regent’s Park College Oxford in their Staton Essay Prize writing competition focused...

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Students in Biology Olympiad Success

The Intermediate Biology Olympiad is a national competition for Sixth Form students. The Olympiad is a challenge designed to test a student’s knowledge of...

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Psychologists Get to Grips with Freud

On 21st September, eleven eager Psychology A Level students had the opportunity to travel to London with their Psychology teachers, Ms Graham and Mrs Parsons....

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International concert pianist to give exclusive recital

Edgbaston High School is delighted to announce that concert pianist Simon Trpčeski will be performing at EHS on Wednesday 9 November, 6.30 - 7.30pm in the...

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Sioned shortlisted for Young Poet Laureate

We are delighted to announce that Year 13 student Sioned Gill has been shortlisted for the title of Birmingham Young Poet Laureate. Sioned has succeeded...

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A warm welcome back

We are delighted to welcome all our girls and staff back to school. A particular welcome goes to all our new girls and to our new staff, who are as follows: In...

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Charley Johnson sings the Proms

We are delighted to hear that Year 12 student Charley Johnson will sing in the BBC Proms Youth Choir at the world-famous Proms classical music festival on...

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EHS at the Olympics

Over the summer, girls and staff alike have been captivated by television coverage of the fantastic Rio Olympics. We were cheering especially loudly for athlete...

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Another Year of A Level Success

Edgbaston High School is celebrating another year of exceptional A Level results, with 44 % of examinations passed at grade A*/ A. The School’s overall...

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Inspirational Writing

Earlier this month Sioned Gill entered the Inspire 16 Youth Art Award.  The theme of the competition was "What inspires you".  For her entry she chose the...

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Students Visit Oxford University

On Thursday 30 June some Year 13 students travelled down to Oxford University for the University Open Day. Bethany Lucas, Head Girl, reflects on the day:...

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Oxbridge University Challenge

As part of Inspiration Day we held an Oxbridge Inspiration Workshop.  The aim of the workshop was to enable girls to reflect on whether pursuing a degree at...

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Psychology Event at Newman University

On Monday 4 July, an enthusiastic group of Psychology students ventured to Newman University for a Psychology themed event. Following introductions, we...

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Did they break the Code?

On Monday 4 July a group of Sixth Form Mathematicians spent the day breaking codes at Bletchley Park and exploring Woburn Abbey. We first made our way to the...

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Year 12 Visit the Capital

On Monday 27 June, Year 12 Business and Economics students travelled to London to visit the Bank of England and the Houses of Parliament. We arrived in...

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Looking to the Future

On Tuesday, Year 12 accompanied by members of staff attended the Higher Education Convention, which took place at the NEC.  Armed with a map showing all...

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Farewell to Phoebe

Year 12 have said a fond farewell to Phoebe Lacroix, our American student, this week.  Phoebe came to EHS in September to experience English school life but...

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EHS bids farewell to Year 13

This has been Year 13’s last week in school before they begin their study leave and start revising in earnest.  We have been celebrating this important rite...

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Mrs Lampard bows out in style

Each year, I think this is the best show we have produced, but the standard seems to keep getting higher. This could be put down to many things, but the high...

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Savannah's Silver Medal success

On Sunday 1 May, I travelled to Kettering to compete in the British Judo Council Open National Championship 2016. The tournament was a major event with judokas...

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Choirs come together at Birmingham University

On Saturday 23 April, the choirs of Edgbaston School joined with the Birmingham Icknield Male Voice Choir to perform a special St George’s Day concert at the...

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Write On! Girls become published authors

Sioned Gill, Lyanna Choi and Hillery Philip have all received good news this week from Write On Magazine. This is a local magazine in the West Midlands for...

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St George's Day Church Service

On Friday 22 April, students and staff visited St George's Church, Edgbaston to take part in their annual St George's Day celebrations.  Girls from across...

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Zumbathon for Sport Relief 2016

As part of our School fundraising for charity, all departments from Nursery through to Sixth Form took part in a Sponsored Zumbathon for Sports Relief earlier...

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Sixth Form Visit St Mary’s Hospice

On Wednesday 9 March a small group of Sixth Formers visited the St Mary’s Hospice in Selly Oak to find out more about its services here in the West Midlands....

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Savannah Inspires Young Judokas

Last week, I was invited by Sensei Dave Law to attend my old school, The Blue Coat School in Edgbaston, and help teach his judo class. Sensei Dave has been...

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Please Welcome The New Leadership Team

Over the course of the last week we announced Year 12 student Bethany Lucas as the Head Girl Elect for the academic year 2016-17. We are delighted to now announce...

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Textiles Students Step Back in Time

On the first Wednesday in March, Lucy Adlington’s presentation of fashion in the 1950’s and 1960’s was both entertaining and informative. She is an engaging...

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Team Jupiter Trade at Touchwood

On Saturday 5 March, this year's Young Enterprise group, Team Jupiter, participated in a trade fair at Touchwood shopping centre in Solihull. The team consists...

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Success Continues for Debating Team

We have had a very hectic time in the Debating calendar recently. Layla Chishti, Safa Amhed and Hannah Clutton-Brock took part in the English Speaking Union...

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Sioned pens a poetry commission!

There is a lovely piece of Creative Writing news from the English Department. Sioned in Year 12 has had two of her poems selected to be published as part of...

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EHS Does Strictly Come Dancing

On Tuesday 23 February, there was an air of excitement around EHS as ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ arrived at School. Since Christmas, girls in Years 1, 3, 5, 7,...

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Savannah Wins Gold in Judo!

On Saturday 30 January, Savannah in Year 12 travelled to High Wycombe to compete in the National Independent Schools Judo Competition for Girls. Savannah represented...

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EHS celebrates its 140th birthday!

On Wednesday 27 January, EHS reached a milestone in its history: 140 years since the School was founded by George Dixon and other distinguished local families. To...

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Sixth Form Nutritionists introduce a Food Tasters' Club

As the Food & Nutrition Scholars, we feel part of our role is to encourage younger girls at the school to enjoy healthy food. We decided to try a Food Tasters...

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Year 13 experience criminal justice

On Wednesday 20 January, the Year 13 Sociology group took a trip to the Magistrates Court in Birmingham. Whilst we were there, we went into several different...

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Sixth Form Textiles Competition

Last term, the AS Level Textile students took part in a fascinating project working with a commercial interior designer, Suzanne Barnes. This was an incredible...

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Sixth Form Attend a Criminology Conference

On Wednesday 2 December, Sixth Form Sociologists and Psychologists attended a Criminology Conference at Edgbaston Cricket Ground, accompanied by Mr Wiggins....

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UKMT Challenge

On Thursday 26 November, Hafsah Khan and Tamara Freeman along with Rebecca Presswood and Jenny Wang (Year 13) left EHS at 9:15am to participate in the Regional...

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Sixth Form Sing at St George's Christmas Tree Lighting Service

For many years now Edgbaston High School girls have started Christmas musical performances by contributing to the Light up the World  service at St George's...

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Year 13 Target Economics

During the Autumn Term, the Year 13 Economists have been working hard for the prestigious annual Bank of England Target two point zero competition. The...

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Mace Debating Competition

On Thursday 26 November, Vinisha Katameni in Year 13 and Malala Yousafzai in Year 12 took part in the English Speaking Union's Mace Debating competition. The...

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EHS Showcases Talent For Children in Need

On Friday 20  November EHS held its annual talent show for Children in Need. Many auditions were held in the week leading up to the talent show and the Sixth...

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Science Students Study in London Museums

On Wednesday 18 November, 24 Lower Sixth scientists joined Mrs Coldrick and Mr Tomaszewicz at New Street station at 6.55am to take the train to London. Although...

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The Curtain Falls on Les Misérables

Saturday 14 November saw the final performances of the EHS production of Les Misérables. All shows were sold out and each received an enthusiastic standing...

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Food and Nutrition Students Experience Food Matters Live

On Wednesday 18 November 2015, two A Level Food and Nutrition students and Mrs Lampard travelled to London for the Excel Food Matters Live Conference. There...

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Year 13 Focus on Spectroscopy

On Wednesday 11 November, Year 13 Chemistry students set off to Nottingham University. After an hour's minibus journey, we arrived at the University where...

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Eco Schools Pledge For Energy

This month is 'Energy Month'. The green representatives in Senior School have set up an initiative to promote the reduction of energy by all members of the...

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Speech Day Celebrated at University's Great Hall

On Friday 6 November, members of the School's Governing Body, parents, teachers and students all gathered for our Speech Day in the University of Birmingham's...

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EHS Remembers Armistice Day

On Wednesday this week, staff and students at Edgbaston High School, marked the second year of the Great War centenary with a special Armistice Day assembly....

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Ethics Forum - A Great Debate!

On Friday 16 October, EHS played host for the second year running to a panel-based discussion and debate session: the Ethics Forum. GCSE and A Level pupils...

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EHS Receives a Good Schools Guide Award

We are delighted to announce that EHS has received an award from The Good Schools Guide for Best performance by Girls taking Creative Writing at an English...

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EHS Host GSA Gymnastics Event

On Thursday 15 October, EHS hosted the pilot Girls School Association (GSA) Gym competition, which saw schools from throughout the country taking part. Gymnasts...

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Careers Round Up

It has been another really busy term for the Careers department at EHS. We have offered a range of careers talks and workshops to all year groups. This has...

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A Very Memorable Sixth Form Sleepover

On Thursday 8 October, Sixth Form girls gathered by the entrance of EHS armed with duvets and a plethora of pillow cases to embark on a night to be filled...

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An Old Girl at the Conservative Conference

Rhianna Voice is enjoying a Gap Year and spent some time recently at the Conservative Party 2015 Conference. Rhianna who studied A Level History, Latin and...

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Introducing The Academic Clinic

Alongside our Pastoral and SEND Clinics we will be introducing an Academic Clinic. These monthly sessions provide an opportunity for parents to come into school...

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A Fond Farewell to Mrs Cartwright

This week we say goodbye to a very special member of our school community Mrs Jennie Cartwright. Jennie joined us 6 years ago and has been a supportive presence...

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Macmillan Coffee Event - Another Tasty Success!

On Friday 25 September, girls, staff and friends of the school came together to enjoy a cup of coffee and a cake for the annual Macmillan Coffee Morning. There...

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Schools Coming Together for Les Misérables

From Wednesday 7 October, tickets will go on general sale and due to the huge demand for tickets we advise that anyone wishing to purchase tickets must do...

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Cake Sale Supports Gap Medics

Over the summer, Dominique Al-Hindawi in Year 13 took part in life-changing medical work experience in Morogoro, Tanzania, with the organisation Gap Medics....

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EHS Team Foiled by The Cube

Last Thursday, a team of teachers took part in the second heat of 'Challenge the Cube', an event run by local charity Edward's Trust. The team was made...

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World Challenge Expedition Training

A group of 13 challengers set off on Saturday 12 September for their practice World Challenge Expedition in Cannock Chase. This was a weekend away for the...

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Busy Term Ahead for Music Department

After a busy summer undertaking vital renovation work and preparing for the eagerly-anticipated production of 'Les Mis', the Autumn Term promises to be just...

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Welcome to the New Academic Year!

I am delighted to welcome everyone back to EHS after the long summer. We welcome too our new pupils in the Prep School and Year 7 and congratulate our Year...

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Another Year of A Level Success!

We are pleased to announce this year's A Level results. At A Level the School's pass rate is 98.3% with 31% of the cohort achieving three or more A or A*...

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Snowdonia - Conquered!

The Gold Duke of Edinburgh team returned from their expedition North Wales on Thursday evening, tired but triumphant. The team left School on the evening...

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Year 12 Students Attend Lessons in Self-Confidence

We were pleased to host a workshop run by The Artemis Network on Wednesday 24 June, for all Year 12 girls. The Artemis Network is a nationally registered...

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BASE Students Attend National Finals

After winning the regional Midlands area heat against 14 teams back in March, The EHS business group was delighted to be attending the national finals of...

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Year 12 Join Debate in Parliament

On Monday 22 June 2015, Year 12 visited the Houses of Parliament in London. At 7:00am, a very sleepy group of Year 12 girls (and teachers) arrived at school...

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Focus on Higher Education

Now that their examinations are over, Year 12 students are beginning to prepare for the next big step ahead! On Tuesday 9 June, a speaker from the admissions...

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Economics Students Visit London's Financial District

On Monday 15 June, eleven Year 12 Business and Economics students travelled to London to visit the Bank of England and the Houses of Parliament. We arrived...

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EHS Says Farewell to Year 13

This has been Year 13's last week in school before they begin their study leave and start revising in earnest.We have been celebrating this important rite of...

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EHS Student Has Work Published

The campaign for the 2015 general election focused on one demographic in particular: the youth vote. As politicians swiftly realised the importance in galvanising...

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Young Enterprise Scoop Marketing Award

On Tuesday 12 May, the Edgbaston High School Young Enterprise team took part in the Birmingham and Solihull finals. All competing teams were required to submit...

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Cambridge University - Opportunities for Classicists

The EHS Classics Department has always enjoyed strong links with the Classics Faculties at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Our students have benefited...

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Team Coast Through to Next Round

On 14 April, our Young Enterprise teams took part in the Birmingham finals where they had to submit a company report, set up their trade stand, be interviewed...

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Top Achievement in EPQ

The Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) is an optional additional qualification in Year 13. It provides an opportunity for students to extend their abilities...

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Suzanne Barnes Design Award

This year, A level Textiles girls were given the amazing opportunity to work with Suzanne Barnes, a Birmingham-based commercial Interior Designer who works...

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Year 13 Hockey Finale!

The U18 EHS hockey team played their last match on Monday evening and continuing with tradition, this final was against KEHS. Over the last seven years the...

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EHS Team Triumphs in ICAEW Business Competition

On Friday 6  March, two teams of Business and Economics students took part in a Business and Accounting competition run by the Institute of Chartered...

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Greek Beauty at the British Museum

On Tuesday, our Year 12 Classicists headed off to London with Mrs Whitney on an early morning train for a packed day of activities to help them prepare for...

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Criminal Justice System in Action

On Wednesday 4 March, Year 13 girls studying Sociology embarked on a trip to the Magistrates Courts in the city centre. We watched a number of cases unfold...

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Lessons From Auschwitz

The Holocaust Educational Trust works with schools, colleges and communities across the UK to educate about the Holocaust and its contemporary relevance....

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Students Attend Further Maths Conference

On Friday 27 February, four Year 12 mathematicians, Sahnia Ahmed, Rebecca Presswood, BingXuan Wang and Beatrice Williams, attended the Further Mathematics...

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Geographers Explore Morocco

On Friday 6 February at 2am, 13 girls and three teachers met at school to start their five day adventure to Marrakech in Morocco. The aim of the trip was...

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Students Get Ahead Through 'Future Learn'

Girls in Year 12 have been offered an exciting opportunity to learn more about Climate Change through Exeter University. Those girls who have chosen to...

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Food for Thought at Good Food Show

Last Friday, the Food, Nutrition and Health A Level girls, accompanied by Mrs Harris, travelled to the LG arena to visit the Good Food Show. It was a great...

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EHS Hosts ESU Debating Competition

On Wednesday 3  December, EHS hosted the first round of the English Speaking Union Mace Debate, a competition which aims to encourage students to nurture...

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Economics Students Offer Advice to Bank of England!

During this term, the Year 13 Economists have been working hard for the prestigious annual Bank of England 'Target 2.0' competition. The competition required...

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Women Speak Out Event - Library of Birmingham

The Library of Birmingham is hosting 'Women Speak Out', a programme of free activities, talks, films and an exhibition celebrating how women are challenging...

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The Next Chapter of 'Novels and Nibbles'

On Wednesday, the Literary Society met to discuss Catlin Moran's best-selling novel 'How To Be A Woman'. The book was received with much enthusiasm provoking...

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EHS Hosts Particle Physics Masterclass

On Tuesday 4 November, EHS Physicists in Year 12 took part in a Mini Particle Physics Masterclass at school along with students from King Edward VI Five...

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Finding Frankenstein

On Tuesday this week, Year 12 English Literature students went to see the critically-acclaimed National Theatre screened production of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. With...

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Students Survive Annual Sixth Form Sleepover!

The Sixth Form sleepover began with great anticipation on Thursday as we switched out of our school blazers into our pyjamas/onesies and slippers! We knew...

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Zoe Experiences Work at Cadbury

Over the summer holidays I was fortunate to secure work experience at that part of Mondelēz International better known as Cadbury. I had the opportunity...

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Macmillan Coffee Morning - Coming Soon

This weekend, the EHS Sixth Form will be getting their baking hats on and their wooden spoons out in order to support a very worthy cause - the Macmillan...

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Outstanding Results For EPQ Students

·Why are bees disappearing? ·What contribution did women make to the American Civil Rights movement? ·What are the ethical issues surrounding...

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EHS Sixth Formers Make a Good Start

The Sixth Form had a great start to the academic year on Wednesday after a long relaxing summer holiday - although it was not necessarily a 'relaxing' holiday...

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Celebrations at EHS

Edgbaston High School is today celebrating fantastic A-level results. Congratulations to all our girls and their families on another impressive set of results...

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Ethics Forum Draws Experts for Panel Discussion

Last week, EHS played host to a panel-based discussion forum on Ethics. Pupils from both EHS and other local schools sat down to grill a panel of esteemed...

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Students Join Democracy Debate

On Friday 22 November, a group of Year 12 and 13 students had the exciting opportunity to take part in Birmingham Rotary Club's annual Democracy Forum. This...

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Entrepreneurs Win Big at Live Show

On Thursday 17  October, all AS Level Business students attended 'Entrepreneur Live' at Vue Cinema, Star City, hosted by 'Tutor2u'. Entrepreneur...

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The Annual Sixth Form Sleepover

On Thursday 10  October, nearly 100 Sixth Formers and twice as many pillows invaded the Octagon to set up camp for the night ahead. Although somewhat...

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Students Get the Scoop on Luxury Icecream Industry

On Tuesday this week, a group of Year 11 and A Level Home Economics students visited a local ice cream farm to discover how ice cream is made and the different...

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Psychology Students Head to University

On Tuesday 18 June, twelve AS Level Psychology students were invited to the School of Psychology at Birmingham University. During the visit, the students...

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A Lesson in Leadership

Leadership skills are amongst the most important life skills any school can help its students to develop. Here at EHS Sixth Form we firmly believe that we...

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Students Visit Micro-Leaf Nursery

On Thursday 4 July, the Sixth Form food, nutrition and health group embarked on a trip to Westlands Wow micro-salad nursery. The nursery, situated in...

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Inspiration at Design Exhibition

On Saturday 29 June, seven of the GCSE Textiles students, together with Mrs Mooney and Mrs Lampard, met at New Street station at 7:45am and departed for...

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New Sixth Form Centre Declared Open

On Monday 28 February and after over 12 months of building work and disruption, the Sixth Form finally moved into their new Common Room. At 9.00am the...

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Young Enterprise group in award success

An EHS Young Enterprise team is celebrating after receiving a special commendation at a recent regional event. Sugarstream, made up of EHS Sixth Form students...

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