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King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls

Address
Vicarage Road
Kings Heath
Birmingham
West Midlands
B14 7QJ
Tel
01214 442150
Fax
01214 445123
Email
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King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls, Birmingham is a state school for girls aged from 11 to 18.

Local authority:

Birmingham

Pupils:

867

Religion:

Christian


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Entrance examinations consist of: 11 1st test - verbal and numerical reasoning. 2nd test - non-verbal reasoning. No interview.

Sample papers available commercially.

For help with revision visit www.11plusenglish.com

Converted to an academy 2011. Read More

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