Did you come to Kings Norton Girls’ School & Sixth Form?
If so, KNGS is working with the charity Future First to help us get back in touch with our former students and we’d love you to get involved!
You will be kept up to date with school news as well as find out about lots of ways to support the students sat in your old seats…
It is really easy to register – just click on the link below and follow the instructions – we look forward to hearing from you!
Nine ‘old girls’ walked the corridors of Kings Norton Girls’ School once again as part of their annual alumni get together on Wednesday 11thOctober. In addition to a tour of the school the group were treated to a school dinner and were able to see how lessons had changed since they were pupils at the school. Read more →
Sixth Form Alumni profiles
After I left Sixth Form I had a gap year and I started working as a travel agent at Thomsons in Kings Heath. I did this for a year and was offered a promotion to Assistant Manager but decided to go to University in Worcester in September 2013 to study Sports Studies Joint Honours with Physical Education. Whilst I have been at University I have various jobs – working in a Mexican Restaurant, Invigilator at KNGS and working as a Counting Assistant on the local elections.
Ruth Heffernan 2010-2012
I went to BCU and studied Media and Communication. Then I did my teacher training with BASS (in Harborne). Now I am Head of Media and Film at Lymm High School. I’m also doing an MA in Education with Edge Hill. I’ve done some educational research and written some papers, specifically on how to challenge the most able students.
Stacey Lyttle 2002-2004
After 6th form I went to UCE (as it was called in my day) and did a 4 year teaching degree. I worked at a primary school in central Birmingham for 4 years, now I have moved to Indonesia where I am head of Year 5 at The British International school, Jakarta.
Where does time go?!
Larissa Green 2001-2003
My time at Kings Norton was not only great fun but helped me to be the best I can be in order to get into the university I love.
Hayley Webb 2012
Hayley is currently studying Mathematics at Nottingham University.
My A Level results enabled me to secure a place at a Russell Group University. My studies have now taken me to the United States to experience first-hand their prison education systems and how education can change lives.
Laura Louise Nicklin 2009
Laura studied English Language and Literature in Education at York University. She is now studying for a PhD in educational rehabilitation.