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and are well cared for'

'King Charles is a good school that puts

students at the heart of everything it does'.

'The feedback we get in our books develops my learning

so that I can improve and get better grades'.

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Year 7
September 2020

We welcome all the new parents/carers and students to our school community.



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Year 7 September 2020
Uniform & Stationery

The transition from primary to secondary can be expensive and we wish to help and support families as they join King Charles I School.

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Carding Mill Valley and Birmingham

On Monday 23rd September, the first class of Year 10 GCSE geography students set off on their fieldwork trip to conduct a river study at Carding mill valley, Church Stretton, Shropshire. The students enjoyed the short walk to their upper most site, located at the base of a waterfall and then continued to carry out a series of measurements on the characteristics of the river. The students measured and experienced a number of changes to the river down the 2 sites they visited on their journey down the valley, ultimately ending with an ice cream overlooking the Shropshire countryside.

On Tuesday 24th September, the same group of students went on their second day of fieldwork to investigate how housing quality varies with distance from Birmingham’s city centre. The students started at the northern most point of Birmingham in the wealthy area of Little Aston, before making their way south towards Kingstanding and passing through Lozells, eventually stopping at Millennium Point in Birmingham city centre. From here the students visited a number of key attractions including Birmingham museum and the library, culminating in a walk through Gas Street Basin canals to see what city centre urban living is like. The students were mixed in their views of where they liked best and why. 

Other groups of students did the same trips over the next 9 days. A lot of rain fell.

The pictures show the difference in water levels at Light Spout Waterfall, one picture was taken on the 23rd September and the other was taken on 2nd October.

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Latest News

February 14, 2020

University of Warwick

Our Year 9 and Year 10 students attended The University of Warwick as part of the launch to their scholars programme. This was the first time the students had visited a university, they walked around the grounds and took part in a study skills session. All…
February 14, 2020

Aston University

On Friday 31st January, our Year 9, 10 and 11 students were visited by Hope from Aston University. Hope gave an informative presentation to give the students a snapshot of life as a University student. The talk was catered to raising the aspirations of our…
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Houses of Parliament and The Old Bailey

On Wednesday, Year 13 Sociology students had a trip to the Houses of Parliament to look at the processes involved in creating new laws. First thing to note: the Palace of Westminster is cold! A chilly day and a building that is (in part) over 900 years old…
February 14, 2020

Multiskills Event

On Friday 24th January, twenty Year 10 students taught students new skills and led a range of activities that helped primary students develop their gross motor skills. The day involved over 150 primary school students taking part in a variety of activities…

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