Kings Heath Boys

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Kings Heath Boys
Motto "Striving for Excellence"
Type Community school
Headteacher Bernadette Przybek
Deputy Headteacher Phillip Gibbs
Location Chamberlain Road
Birmingham
West Midlands
B13 0QP
England
Coordinates: 52°25′25″N 1°52′47″W / 52.4237°N 1.8798°W / 52.4237; -1.8798
Local authority Birmingham
DfE number 330/4063
DfE URN 103486 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Capacity 600
Students 535 as of January 2016
Gender Boys
Ages 11–16
Colours Burgundy and white         
Website www.kingsheathboys.co.uk

Kings Heath Boys is a boys' community school located in Kings Heath, south Birmingham, England. It has a comprehensive admissions policy, and in 2016 had an enrolment of 535 pupils ages 11–16.[1]

The current headteacher is Bernadette Przybek.[1] In 2013 it received a rating of "Good" (grade 2) from Ofsted, improving from "Satisfactory" (grade 3) at its previous inspection.[2]

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