King Edward VII Academy


King Edward VII Academy was the third secondary academy to join the┬áTrust. Founded in the sixteenth century, the school opened as King Edward VII Grammar School in 1903, when Lynn Grammar School amalgamated with the King’s Lynn Technical School. Each year the Queen personally awards the Royal Gold Medal to the KES Academy student with the best A-level results, a tradition which goes back without a break to 1864.

“We believe that strength comes from togetherness: each individual plays a crucial part in our overall community and in our successes. We combine the unity of our traditional house system and its exciting enrichment programme with an uncompromising focus upon individual academic success.” – Craig Morrison, Principal

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