King Edward VI School is a grammar school and Academy in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire and is one of the eight schools in Birmingham that make up the King Edward VI Foundation. Traditionally the school was for boys only, however, from September 2013, the school has allowed up to 25% of the Year 12 Sixth Form intake to be girls. It is a relatively small school, with roughly 550 pupils in the whole school.
School: Boys' grammar school (mixed Sixth Form)
Test Month: September
Results Sent to Parents: October
Allocations: 1st March 2020
Student Population: 740