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GCSE, Vocational and A Level examinations are now in full swing. Good luck to all of our students sitting exams over the next few weeks! A reminder that for AM exams, students should arrive for their booster sessions by 8am. Free toast and hot chocolate available for all Yr 11/12/13 students from 7.45am in the restaurant!

End of Year exam revision guides

Below you will find links to revision guides and the GCSE/GCE exam timetable.


Attendance matters

Improving school attendance is everyone’s business and, to tackle the challenge, we need to work together. From 8 January, Government is launching a national campaign to remind parents and carers of the importance of school attendance.

More than half (54%) of pupils who were persistently absent in Year 10 and then rarely absent in Year 11, passed at least 5 GCSEs, compared to 36% of pupils who were persistently absent in both years. Attendance is vital.

Refer to our Attendance Policy.


Attendance award

Proud to have been awarded the National School Attendance Award from the Fisher Family Trust. FFT collects daily attendance data from over 10,000 schools. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of pupils, parents, carers, and staff in achieving this award.


Find below a letter regarding measles cases.


Year 9 Options

Thank you to everyone who attended the Year 9 Option Parents Evening. We had a great turnout and positive comments as the students come to a very important point in their education.

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KESH achieves Equality Award!

We are delighted to announce that King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy has achieved a Gold Equalities Award! The Gold Award process enabled us to showcase our commitment to Equality across all areas of the school. It is fantastic to have this work recognised with this prestigious award.

Having a Gold Award demonstrates that our commitment to equality is well embedded throughout our setting at all levels. Whilst now is a time to celebrate this achievement, rest assured we are also looking ahead, and remain committed to this important work.


SIMS Parent App

SIMS Parent App allows parents to update contact details and see their child's progress report.

Instructions on how to register

Upcoming Events

  • Year 11 parent event27 June
  • Staff training day5 July

Fresh @ KESH - Spring 2024

Welcome to the newest edition of the Student Newsletter, which students have helped to put together. It is great to see all the wonderful things going on at the Academy. Sign up for the newsletter and receive it in your Inbox as soon as it lands!

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Building Extension and Refurbishment

We are very glad to say the building work has been completed and the new dining area looks fantastic!

Solar panels have been fitted to the roof structure in order to reduce the Academy's carbon footprint. Roof lights to allow both natural light and natural ventilation into the space have been installed.

At King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy, we are committed to our set of core values. Students were asked to define these core values; Compassion, Aspiration, Respect and Equality. This is what they said.




Compassion means understanding the feelings of others and being kind and caring. It is having the ability to show empathy, concern and, most of all, love. By being compassionate, not only are you helping others but, in a way, you are also helping yourself.


Your aspirations are your dreams for the future and what you want to achieve. Aspiration means aiming for the best in life and trying to reach the goal you want. If you aspire to achieve something, you go for it and push through the difficult moments.


Respect is a mutual thing, and it always should be. If you want respect, you show respect too. Respect means considering the feelings, wishes or rights of others. Respect yourself and others by treating them the way that you want to be treated.


Everyone is equal and you should treat each person the same as everybody else. Equality is about ensuring individuals are treated fairly and equally, no matter their race, gender, age, disability, religion or sexual orientation.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Our whole school Public Sector Equality Duty statement outlines our objectives:

  • To increase the accurate reporting of prejudice-related incidents by staff.
  • To increase student understanding between ethnic groups and religious groups, to decrease the use of racist language.
  • To increase student understanding of the use and impact of language, to decrease the number of prejudice related incidents.

The Trust

King Edward VI Academy Trust Birmingham is a charitable company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales. Registered number 10654935. Registered office: Foundation Office, Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham, B15 2UD. Tel: 0121 472 1147.