King Edward VII School

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King Edward VII School is a secondary school and language college in Sheffield, England started in 1905. It has a sixth form. This means that students can study there until the age of 18. 50% of sixth form students come from other schools in Sheffield. It was started in 1905. It is named after King Edward VII of the United Kingdom. In 2013 Ofsted said that the school 'requires improvement'.[1]

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