News

Through Their Eyes
18 Sep
2020

Young Writers’ Competition Success

We’re delighted to report the success of three girls: Maryam and Ayesha in Lower Sixth, and Amrita in Lower Fourth, in the most recent national Young Writers’ competition. Pupils across the country were asked to respond to the prompt: ‘Through Their Eyes’ by writing a poem. There were over 10,000 entries, and all...

Art
18 Sep
2020

Lower School Art Competition

Just before the Summer holidays, girls in the Lower School were asked to enter an Art competition in which they were asked to respond to the question 'What makes me happy?'. Holly in the Upper Fourth won with this beautiful painting, and Meher in the Lower Fourth was a very close runner up. Art teacher Mrs Howes...

Thirds First Day
18 Sep
2020

Thirds’ First Week at School

On the 3rd of September, we welcomed our new Thirds to KEHS! Here are two pupils’ experiences of the start of their journey with us...

Jiya And Shahnoor
18 Sep
2020

Student Article Published in Mentor Magazine

​Over the Summer, Jiya and Shahnoor worked together to produce an article for Mentor Magazine which looked at the stigma surrounding breast cancer screening. In particular, they focused on the overall inequalities in breast cancer screening and the low rate of screening uptake by South Asian women, in spite of...

03 Sep
2020

It's Back to School Time

It’s been a very busy morning here at KEHS. All the girls have been briefed on the safety measures we have taken for their return, they have had their photographs taken and the new Thirds have finally enjoyed a tour around the school! The whole school community gathered in their form rooms to watch...

20 Aug
2020

Congratulations to students and staff on our excellent GCSE results

Principal Ann Clark said: “I am delighted with these outstanding results.

20 Aug
2020

A Level Update

​Congratulations to students and staff: following the widely publicised government U turn and the acceptance of Centre Assessed Grades, we have updated our results.

13 Aug
2020

Congratulations to Upper Sixth Students on their excellent examination results

Despite the unusual circumstances this year, A Level grades are once again strong: 93% grades scored A*-B; 54% students achieved 3 Grade A grades or better, and 48% achieved all A*/A grades.

Duke Of Edinburgh
09 Jul
2020

Duke Of Edinburgh receives its Licensed Organisation’s Volunteer Hour Certificate for 2020

Well done to 20 of our Duke Of Edinburgh participants, who donated 1781 hours of voluntary service to the local community; the social value of these hours being £7,747.

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03 Jul
2020

Farewell Mrs Clark

​Today, we said a virtual goodbye and good luck not only to our class of 2013 but also, to our Principal Mrs Clark, who has led the school for the past seven years.

Virtual Concerts
26 Jun
2020

More KEHS Musical Treats!

Sadly, the lockdown meant numerous KEHS classical music concerts and events had to be cancelled. However, nothing is impossible for the School's Music department and pupils who have worked incredibly hard these last few weeks and treated us to a fantastic virtual Lower School and Upper School Summer concert.

Sustainability
26 Jun
2020

KEHS Goes Green: Sustainability Society

​​This society run in conjunction with our neighbour school KES has been reflecting upon some of the most significant issues we face today.​ Food sustainability is one major issue that has been debated upon by the recently formed group and Meganne has written an insightful piece on this​.

Year 10
22 Jun
2020

Lower Fifth Are Back!

Our Lower Fifth girls are delighted to be back in school this week for some 'face to face support'. Along with taught lessons in English and Maths, they also participated in some physical activity which included rounders, led by the Sports Department.

Kehs Release
17 Jun
2020

Latest KEHS Release Edition focuses on the Black Lives Matter movement

Current Upper Fifth student Priya has been working hard editing the latest edition of KEHS Release, the student led digital newspaper.

Rgs
16 Jun
2020

Royal Geographical Society Excellence Awards

Two of our students Alice and Noemi have won one of the Royal Geographical Society Excellence Awards for the 2019 examinations for their marks in the Pearson International GCSE Geography exam.

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16 Jun
2020

Welcome Back Lower Sixth!

We are delighted to welcome back our Lower Sixth students this week. Safe distancing is being observed and lessons are in full swing; we even managed to get them outside for some Biology Practical work before the stormy weather hit us!

15 Jun
2020

KEHS Sikh Langar Assembly

This morning KEHS held an assembly on Sikh Langar. Langar is an important part of Sikh worship and is where there is a common kitchen that serves food to anyone from any background or faith.

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15 Jun
2020

Enterprise Club launches successfully on the same day as shops reopen in the UK

This club, aimed for Lower School had it's first meeting today. The pupils participated in Kahoot! quizzes on logos and famous entrepreneurs, as well as exploring what it takes to be an entrepreneur.

14 Jun
2020

Show us your renegade!

The Sports Department are really missing the girls, their humour and energy. The girls are also missing their PE teachers!

Lower School Med Soc
06 Jun
2020

MedSoc publishes its first newsletter

Lower School MedSoc run by Upper Fifth pupils publishes its ​first Summary and Reflection Booklet.

Young Enterprise
05 Jun
2020

KEHS Young Entrepreneurs Gain Business Award

​On 30th April, our Young Enterprise company, Verglace, entered the digital presentation round of the Young Enterprise Greater Birmingham finals to present an overview of their progress since starting up the company.

Cycling
05 Jun
2020

Cycling Around the World!

In line with the community spirit of both the KEHS and KES school's student body, Charlie, Ella and Hanna from Lower Sixth have been undertaking a cycling fundraising challenge to raise money for NHS charities.

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05 Jun
2020

Andy Street Talk

​With the monotony of daily lockdown routines, whereby every day feels the same, an online talk by Andy Street - the Mayor of West Midlands - was certainly the highlight of the week for the more than 80 pupils who attended from both KEHS and KES

Conservation Volunteer Work
02 May
2020

Social distancing is always advisable when scything!

We are very proud of Señora Atkins​ (Head of Spanish) who has been doing some conservation volunteer work this weekend