Handsworth Grammar School

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King Edward Handsworth Grammar School
Motto 'Haec olim meminisse luvabit'
Established 1862
Type Grammar school voluntary aided school
Headteacher Mr Simon Bird
Founder Rev. James Merrick Guest M.A.
Location Grove Lane
Handsworth
Birmingham

West Midlands
B21 9ET
England
52°30′17″N 1°56′00″W / 52.5046°N 1.9334°W / 52.5046; -1.9334Coordinates: 52°30′17″N 1°56′00″W / 52.5046°N 1.9334°W / 52.5046; -1.9334
Local authority Birmingham
DfE URN 103549 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 936
Gender Boys (and girls in sixth form)
Ages 11–18
Website King Edward Handsworth Grammar School

King Edward Handsworth Grammar School is a voluntary aided grammar school that admits boys from the age of eleven and eighteen (as well as girls in the sixth form, since September 1997). The school was founded in 1862 and is located in Handsworth, Birmingham, England. it is situated just off the A41, near the junction with the A4040. King Edward Handsworth Grammar School is sometimes abbreviated as HGS.

In September 2017, the school was admitted into the Foundation of the Schools of King Edward VI, where it was renamed King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School for Boys.[1]

Notable former pupils[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whinyates, David (2017-09-21). "See latest addition to King Edward VI Foundation". birminghammail. Retrieved 2017-10-22. 
  2. ^ "Surrey Police Museum". Surrey Police. Archived from the original on 16 January 2014. Retrieved 14 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "Siôn Simon". Wikipedia. 2017-09-30. 

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