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What matters at King Edward VI Aston School

King Edward VI Aston School is a multi-ethnic, selective school for boys, being one of the eight schools in Birmingham that make up the King Edward VI Foundation. Having been designated a Specialist Sports College the school continues to run a community sports partnership which has resulted in us developing strong links with local schools and organisations. The school converted to academy status in August 2011.

We have the highest expectations of our students, not only in their academic performance, but in their commitment to extra curricular activities be it in sport, drama, music or wider community service. By the age of eighteen we expect all Aston students to be articulate, well educated young men, capable of independent thought with the confidence and flexibility to face future challenges. In addition we expect students to leave Aston knowing the value of integrity and the importance of tolerance.

In conclusion we believe in the importance of offering our students a broad and balanced curriculum both within and outside the classroom which provides them with opportunities to achieve at the very highest level.

I hope you are able to find the information that you are looking for about the school, however if you cannot please do not hesitate to contact us at enquiry@keaston.bham.sch.uk

C. Parker

Headmaster

 

King Edward VI Aston is an Aided Grammar School for Boys and Specialist Sports College
 
 
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