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 is named after King Edward VII of the United Kingdom. In 2013 Ofsted said that the school 'requires improvement'.[1]

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  1. "Inspectors order Sheffield school to improve". www.thestar.co.uk.