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We're the only science museum on the Art Fund shortlist," said Anna Chrystal, the museum's learning and community development officer, "but our collection's inspired lots of artwork and we specialise in education and outreach, working with schools like KEHS to attract a young audience.
7 million long-term from regular donors and legacy pledges to ensure that 25 per cent of KEHS girls receive an Assisted Place by 2020, widening access and allowing far more bright youngsters to attend the school, irrespective of their family circumstances.
KEHS will now be sharing the secrets of its success after becoming the only independent school in the country to be awarded teaching school status earlier this month.
Twins Aarti and Jyoti Sehdev had three A* and eight As between them and are the last of a family of four girls to attend KEHS.
Recipes for Success is written by Sally Huxley, who has taught food studies at KEHS since 2004.
What I love about the AQA Bacc is that it's both rigorous and flexible," said Sarah Evans, KEHS Principal.
KEHS principal Sarah Evans said: "Our core GCSE curriculum provides girls with a strong understanding of academic subjects.
The dinner was a key event in this appeal which has been launched this year, the 125th anniversary of KEHS, to raise funds for its means-tested bursaries scheme.
King Edward's High School for Girls, our sister school, makes a similar investment and has a similar commitment and there are hundreds of independent schools like King Edward's and KEHS, particularly the major schools of the great cities, that are doing the same.
KEHS principal Sarah Evans said: "We have long worked with other schools in both the state and independent sectors.
She has twice led KEHS teams to the National finals of the prestigious Schools Maths Challenge, represents the West Midlands at hockey and is a talented pianist.
Just three of the region's schools made it into the top 100 UK schools, ranked by the percentage of students who were accepted to Oxbridge over the three-year period, and all were selective schools, Heading the list was KEHS, followed by King Edward's School, Edgbaston, at 12.