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King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys is taking its pupils on yet another reading adventure as it launches its 25th Readathon on 21st October 2019. The school is one of the most dedicated supporters of children’s literacy charity Read for Good – having raised more than £40,000 over the last two decades, as […]

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In the evening of Friday 27th September, 21 intrepid Chess players stayed after school to take part in a Blitz chess tournament, held here at Camp Hill.  This was the first time that the tournament was to be  held here in some years.  Representing the school were students from all years and abilities, in 5 […]

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The school side were invited to play against the Camp Hill Club side as a curtain-raiser to a senior fixture.  The club were excellent hosts, putting on a meal for the players after the game with a speech by the vice-chairman and presentations to the respective captains.  The game itself was a fine spectacle and […]

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The squad comprises Adarsh Palani Kumar, Zak Malik, William Yang and Jamie Wen.  They have competed in the Birmingham School Games Finals and City Finals of the National competition and won on both occasions.  The boys have won almost all of their singles and doubles matches thus far.  They now move on to the Midlands […]

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Well done to the nine Year 12 boys who took part in the RSC School Analyst competition on 15th February. The boys were faced with a challenging series of experiments, including a redox titration, thin layer chromatography and UV-vis spectroscopy. Out of 13 teams from around the West Midlands, our  boys placed First, Second and […]

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In January a team of keen Chemists: Dylan Datta (Y9), Farhaan Awais (Y9), Aarondeep Singh (Y10) and Hamzah Iqbal (Y11) ventured to the brand-new Collaborative Teaching Lab to take part in the Midlands final of the RSC Top of the Bench competition. The boys had to complete a written test of their Chemistry knowledge, followed […]

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