The Old Edwardian Club

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 120 years, the Old Edwardian Club has worked to keep former pupils in touch with the School, and with one another. Membership of the Old Edwardian Club is free of charge and has numerous benefits.

  • Events: the Old Edwardian Club holds up to 20 events each year for Old Edwardians, from reunions and school productions, to networking events and drinks receptions. Click here to view our events programme.
  • Publications: members of the Club receive two annual magazines: KEynotes, celebrating Old Edwardians and the history of the School, and HIGHlights, an annual review of the School today. They also receive our termly e-newsletter, Connect.
  • Careers Network: hundreds of Old Edwardians are registered as members of our Careers Network, offering advice and guidance to pupils and other Old Eds across a broad range of sectors. Click here to find out more.
  • Social Media: for up to the moment news, you can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Become a Member of the Old Edwardian Club

The Old Edwardian Club is administered by the Office and advised by a committee of dedicated Old Edwardians, many of whom have served for a decade or more. For more information or to volunteer your help, please get in touch.