Recently Professor Sugata Mitra visited The King Edward VI School in Morpeth where he was interviewed by students on the future of education.
KEVI students stand for election in the Northumberland Youth Elections on 11th December
Well done to the KEVI Student Voice Team who were named as finalists, amongst the top three in the region, in this year's Chronicle Community Champions Awards, which took place at The Old Assembly Rooms in Newcastle on 22nd November.
Move over Lord Sugar – Morpeth’s answer to The Apprentice takes place later this month when the town’s budding business brains will stage their own Christmas Market.
Well done to KEVI students whom are also members of the local Air and Army Cadet Corps, who represented their Corps and school at our remembrance service on 11th November.
KEVI Student Voice Team are shortlisted in the Chronicle Community Champion Awards
Congratulations to all students nominated for a Head of School Award during the September/October half term.
Well done to KEVI students who have joined the 'Jam Jar Army' filling jars full of change, in aid of the dog charity SHAK (Sharing Homes and Kindness).
Student Voice Ambassadors Angus Kirk and Dominic James raise funds in aid of the Mayor's charity, Henry Dancer Days.
Nine Year 12 students have just been awarded the prestigious British Science Association Gold CREST Award for their high standard of technical production management of this year’s school musical Les Misérables.
La Salle School in Mahon and The King Edward VI completed their first exchange yesterday
Twenty one KEVI students take part in a four week expedition to Thailand.
From September 2012 until June 2013 all teaching staff at The King Edward VI School were involved in action research to investigate the effectiveness of their work in our teaching and learning priorities.
Congratulations to year 13 student Freddie Bowles, who has recently attended a Global Young Leaders Conference in Washington D.C. and New York City in the USA this Summer. Please click here to read Freddie's report on his experience.
Congratulations to our Student Voice Team, as KEVI has won the category of 'Best School in the Community' at the regional Journal School Awards, also sponsored by The Evening Gazette.
Well done to students from The King Edward VI School Morpeth, Chantry and Newminster Middle Schools, who participated in a student-led conference ‘Top of the Class’ at Morpeth Town Hall.
KEVI students successfully complete a Food Hygiene Certificate
KEVI students work on preparing a DVD on edible planting
Students at The King Edward VI School Morpeth enjoyed a great day at Beamish Open Air Museum commemorating the centenary of the death of local Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison.
Congratulations to all the students who were nominated for a Head Teacher award.
KEVI students help out during Newminster Middle School's International Week
Walkways through Sanderson Arcade in Morpeth have been transformed into a temporary art gallery to showcase the work of talented students at King Edward VI School.
KEVI student participate in the Northumberland Schools Golf Championship at Prudhoe Golf Club
Tutor group 9I make the largest donation at KEVI to Wansbeck Food Bank
KEVI are shortlisted in the Journal School Awards.
KEVI students work towards their John Muir Award
Year 12 Student Voice Ambassador Dominic James is interviewed on Radio Newcastle.
KEVI was awarded two awards by Alan Shearer on Friday 28th June at The Alan Shearer Centre in Newcastle, at the celebration event for the Young Social Entrepreneur of the Year Competition.
Congratulations to KEVI students who were shortlisted in three separate categories in the National Final of the Teen Tech Awards, founded by former Tomorrow’s World Presenter Maggie Philbin.
Well done to year 10 student Rebecca Bradburn, who has written a fantastic poem as part of the school's participation in the 'Emily Inspires' Programme.
KEVI students fundraise by selling refreshments
Students at The King Edward VI School Morpeth have enjoyed teaching a range of IT sessions to members of the Morpeth U3A.
KEVI students enjoy electro-fishing with Northumberland National Park
Congratulations to all the students who were nominated for a Head Teacher award.
KEVI students fundraise for The National Blind Children's Society
KEVI students make Suffragette sashes in preparation for the Emily Inspires Programme
KEVI students raise money for Guide Dogs for the Blind
Talented British Teenagers reveal their vision for the future in the TeenTech Awards Finals!
Well done to KEVI students completing a 'New Naturalists' course with Northumberland National Park, to achieve a John Muir Award.
KEVI Student Voice Ambassador Dominic James and Student Leader Angus Kirk present a cheque for £1159.95 to The British Heart Foundation Shop in Morpeth.
Well done to year 9 and 10 students, who participated in the 'Emily Inspires' Programme at Woodhorn Museum on 29th April.
Year 10 Football Team compete in the cup final of the Champions of Northumberland
Well done to KEVI students who attended a Mid YPiN (Young People in Northumberland) residential in Alnwick in March: year 9 student Rioghan Bruce, year 10 students Abbie Price and Olivia Taylor, and year 11 student Angus Kirk.
KEVI Year 10 football team progress to the final of Champions of Northumberland
Senior Students presented a cheque of £1159.95 to The British Heart Foundation
KEVI's U15s rugby squad are victorious in the County Cup
The KEVI School Council has kindly donated £150 to former KEVI student Maria Jinks for the charity 'Moving Mountains.' Many thanks to all staff and students who contributed to non-uniform day.
- Congratulations to all the students who were nominated for a Head Teacher Award.
KEVI students participate in the Young Social Entrepreneur Challenge by providing refreshments at Morpeth Town Hall Cinema, in aid of the Alan Shearer Foundation for Disabled People in the North East.
Enterprising KEVI students have raised £3135 for the Alan Shearer Foundation with their curry and quiz night. The evening, which took place on Thursday 28th February, was organised by a group of students and staff from the King Edward VI School in aid of the Alan Shearer foundation. It was a huge success and was enjoyed by over 100 guests.
Seven exceptional students from King Edward VI school in Morpeth are beginning a Pre-Law Academy devised by Newcastle law firm Short Richardson & Forth LLP.
Congratulations to year 11 Student Leader Angus Kirk, who has had the following article published in the Morpeth Herald.
KEVI Student Dominic James Completes Radio Training at Insight Radio Glasgow
KEVI students speak to the Lead Climate Change Schools in the North East
Congratulations to students from The King Edward VI School Morpeth, who were crowned joint winners in the North East Regional Youth Forum Debating Competition.
Year 9 students speak with NASA as part of their entry in this year's Teen Tech Awards.
The following students were nominated for a Head Teacher Award for excelling at some aspect of school or community life during the January/February half term...
Many thanks to students who have contributed to donations on non-uniform days this year.
Five young Northumbrians have just returned from an exhilarating exchange visit to Sweden where they were given the opportunity to gain new experiences, develop their enterprise skills and build confidence and international contacts as part of a leadership training programme run by Young Northumberland.
KEVI Shortlisted in Regional Semi-Final of The Guardian and Zurich Municipal 'The School We'd Like' Competition
Scottish Radio Training Academy first for English Teenager
Dominic James 17, a partially sighted VI form student of ours, is to be the first English participant on a national radio station`s media education course.
Congratulations to year 12 students Freddie Bowles and Calvin Willis who will be attending...
Well done to students who bag packed for the Alan Shearer Foundation.
Congratulations to year 9 student Ewan Kirk who has been elected as a Deputy Member for the UK Youth Parliament for Northumberland. We wish him the very best in his important role.
Congratulations to all the students who were nominated for a Head Teacher Award.
Well done to Year 12 Student Voice Leader Robbie Morgan who organised a FIFA 13 Competition at The King Edward VI School.
Congratulations to year 9 student Rioghan Bruce, who came in second place in the regional heat of the national FutureChef Competition.
The King Edward VI School has thoroughly enjoyed working with the newly established Student Voice Team at Mortimer Community College in South Shields since September.
Well done to Sixth Form students who provided festive entertainment at Foxton Court Care Home on 13th December. Students sang, played music and entertained relatives with a quiz, as well as having baked some delicious mince pies and chocolate brownies.
The King Edward VI School was delighted to host former Tomorrow's World Presenter Maggie Philbin on 6th December, to meet students who will entering the TeenTech Awards, founded by her.
A group of Y9 students took part in a new initiative from the Faculty of Medical Sciences at Newcastle University to experience a day of interactive and informative sessions exploring Medicine and Dentistry.
A group of Y11 students enjoyed 2 days of activities helping them to plan their next steps after KEVI.
Congratulations to year 9 student Rioghan Bruce, who has won the school heat of the national FutureChef Competition.
Congratulations to Student Voice Ambassador and year 13 student Calum Thomson, who attended the Global Young Leadership Conference in Washington D.C. and New York City in the USA this summer.
Well done to KEVI students who represented the school at our remembrance service on 12th November, in particular to the following students who also represented their Army and Air Cadet Squadrons in an exemplary manner.
KEVI Photography students produce images for Costa Coffee
Some students at KEVI were nominated for a Head Teacher Award for excelling at some aspect of school or community life during the September/October half term
Congratulations to students from The Three Rivers Learning Trust, which includes The King Edward VI School Morpeth, Chantry & Newminster Middle Schools, who participated in the World Marathon Challenge in aid of Save the Children, on World Food Day on 16th October.
Congratulations to the Three Rivers Learning Trust which includes The King Edward VI School, Chantry and Newminster Middle Schools, which has been awarded an ‘ACT Citizenship Quality Standard Award’.
Year 13 student Rebecca Megwa sings at award ceremony
A King Edward's student describes a History Department visit to Beamish Museum
Student voice team shortlisted for Outstanding Community Partnership Award
BT Big Voice Live Celebration Event Leeds 20th May 2012
King Edward's students attend Student Voice conference at Morpeth Town Hall
Year 9 students atttend special Diamond Jubilee service at Hexham Abbey
KEVI 6th Form students do well in BBC competition
Robbie Morgan gains 4th place in national cooking competition
School Council donates £100 to former KEVI Student Catherine Bates and Year 12 student Marc Tully
KEVI students score good marks in National Foreign Languages Vocab Championships.
KEVI students selected to participate in this year’s Olympic Games.
The latest newsletter from Lead Climate Change Schools
Newminster and Chantry students experience a Language Learning Day
Information for students and parents about employment minimum age requirements and legal maximum working hours for children.
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