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AP100 Campaign reaches 75 Assisted Places

06 January 2015

In December 2014, The King Edward's School Birmingham Trust granted funds for 75 Assisted Places from September 2015, as part of the ongoing AP100 Campaign.

The AP100 Campaign, which launched in June 2014, aims to raise £10m to fund 100 Assisted Places by 2017. As a result of the generosity of Old Edwardians, parents and other supporters, the Trust is already three-quarters of the way to reaching that total. A further £1.3m was raised for Assisted Places in 2014, bringing the total raised for the Campaign to more than £7.25m. 

The pupils who will benefit from these extra places will be taking their 11+ exam on Saturday, 10 January 2015.