The Old Edwardian Club

a picture of a group of people outside the front doors

The Birmingham Girls’ Old Edwardian Club was founded in 1889 by a group of former pupils in their late teens and early twenties.

For more than 130 years, the Old Edwardian Club has worked to keep former pupils in touch with the School, and with one another. Keeping alumnae and friends in touch with one another and with KEHS remains central to the school’s mission today.

Now run centrally from school by the Development & Alumni Relations Office (DARO), membership of the Club is free of charge and opens up a suite of events , networks, communications and publications to keep you connected.

We’re also here to help if you’d like to give back to your old school, by offering your time and advice,  or by making a gift to help today’s students.

Find out more

Upcoming Events



Ways to give


Club Committee


Events & Comms

History & Archives