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Spring 2018

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Issue 34 - Spring 2018
In this issue:
  • The toughest footrace on Earth
  • Five OE teacher trainees
  • OEs in the spotlight
  • Protecting your privacy
  • Year Group Reunion

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Assisted Places Fund film 

Assisted Places Fund film

View the Assisted Places Fund film, produced to support the next phase of our fundraising, which aims to achieve need-blind admission to the School in perpetuity.

Rugby head conquers desert marathon

George BrowningDirector of Rugby and Head of Sport Science, George Browning, spent his Easter break running the Marathon des Sables, a 156-mile race across the Sahara Desert. Find out more about 'the toughest footrace on Earth'.

Back to school for five OEs

King Edward's ConsortiumThis September, five Old Edwardians will be returning to Birmingham to train to be teachers with King Edward's Consortium. Find out more about their return to school.

Old Edwardians in the spotlight

Keeping you connectedOver the next few months, a number of Old Edwardians will be stepping into the spotlight on stage, at festivals, and as the subject of an exhibition. Find out more about upcoming events featuring OEs.

Keeping you connected

Dave HaslamStaying in contact with the Old Edwardian community is very important to us, but so is your privacy. Find out more about the changes to our privacy policy.

Year Group Reunion 1978/88/98/08
Year Group ReunionOld Edwardians who left King Edward's in 1978, 1988, 1998 and 2008 are invited to catch up with old friends and former teachers over dinner and drinks on Saturday, 16 June 2018. Find out more and book to attend.


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