King Edward VI Aston School

West Midlands


King Edward VI Aston School is a selective, all-boys grammar school and Specialist Sports College and is one of the eight schools in Birmingham that make up the King Edward VI Foundation. The school has been part of the Aston community since 1883 and has strong links with many local schools and organisations primarily through the work of the school’s Sports Partnership. The school has 800 pupils, with a Year 7 intake of 120 boys. It is the brother school of King Edward VI Handsworth School.

Exam: CEM

School: Boys' grammar school

Test Month: September

Results Sent to Parents: October

Allocations: 1st March 2020

Student Population: 876

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King Edward VI Aston School
Frederick Road
Birmingham West Midlands
B6 6DJ
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