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Kimichi School

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Kimichi School
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Eastbourne House
Yardley Road

, ,
B27 6LL

Coordinates52°27′10″N 1°49′08″W / 52.45286°N 1.81888°W / 52.45286; -1.81888
TypeIndependent school
Established8 September 2014 (2014-09-08)
Department for Education URN141242 Tables
ChairKirstie Berry
Head teacherSally Alexander
Age9 to 18 (Including 6th Form)
School fees£6,750 pa (years 5-11) £8,250 pa (years 12-13)

Kimichi School is an independent secondary school specialising in music located in Acocks Green, Birmingham, England. The school occupies three buildings, the main house and two outdoor buildings. The grounds of the School cover approximately 1 acre (0.4 ha).


Kimichi School used to be Eastbourne House School until the latter closed in 2007. Eastbourne House School was founded in the 1930s and was originally located on the Warwick Road in Acocks Green. It later moved to 5 Dudley Park Road, Acocks Green, and moved to 111 Yardley Road in 1947.[1] It was run by Frank Moynihan who originally bought the building in an auction intending to turn it into a primary school. He was headmaster of the school until his son Patrick, who was a pupil at the school, took over as headmaster himself.

On 5/3/2020, KimichiFC was founded. It is the school's Football team that do weekly training and friendly matches. Currently, they are not a registered Sunday league team


The school offers GCSEs and A-Levels.[2] Currently the A-Levels on offer are: Music, English, Maths, Art, and Psychology.[2]


  1. ^ Patrick Moynihan
  2. ^ a b "School Admissions and Fees". Kimichi School. Retrieved 2 December 2020.

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This page was last edited on 3 December 2020, at 02:58
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