A google search for "King edward VII school sheffield" or "King edward VII
grammar school sheffield" or "King edward VII sheffield" produces:

http://www.sjmann.supanet.com/AJMiles.htm
Steve Mann Chess KES (KES 60s)

http://www.jcc.org.uk/news/gazette/45.html
Dr A W Barton (Head,? - 1950)

http://www.legal500.com/l500/formex/pps/ukp234.htm
Niall David Baker (KES 80s)

http://www5.open.ac.uk/Arts/chemists/person.cfm?SearchID=7864
CHRISTIE, George Hallatt (1899-1965)

http://www5.open.ac.uk/Arts/chemists/person.cfm?SearchID=5474
SMITH, H Greville (190?- 1974)

http://www5.open.ac.uk/Arts/chemists/person.cfm?SearchID=8630
THOMPSON, Harold Warris Sir (1908-1983)

http://www.aim25.ac.uk/cgi-bin/search2?coll_id=840&inst_id=18
Thompson, Sir Harold Warris (1908-1983)

http://www.rebus.demon.co.uk/biogs/jg_hall.htm
John Gilbert Hall ( 1898 - 1917 )

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/iss/archives/collect/10gr20-1.html
GRAVESON, Professor Ronald Harry (1911-1991)

http://www.arts.adelaide.edu.au/Geogenvst/mwilliams.html
Professor martin Williams KES 53-59

http://www.nato.int/cv/permrep/uk/gould-e.htm
Nato Ambassador Sir John Goulden

http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~mjb117/cv.htm
DR. MARK JONATHAN BEECH (76-82)

http://www.omnesamici.co.uk/CGSretire/CGS53MrFanthom.html
Mr. M. P. Fanthom (39 -46)

http://www.stpetersnottingham.org/music/sumner.htm
William Leslie Sumner (taught Physics + also organ KES 1920s)

http://www.gktgazette.com/2003/jan/obits.asp
Professor Phillip Rhodes FRCS FRCOG (1922-2002)
Obstetric Physician and Writer of Medical History

http://www.jravenhill.freeserve.co.uk/HTML/Mr%20Wynn.htm
Flying Officer Malcolm Ravenhill (23-29)

http://www.kwantlen.bc.ca/~sci/math/gunson/gunson.htm
Jim Gunson (55-62)

http://www.religiousstudies.co.uk/about_teh_a.htm
Mr Peter (Perci) Clark BA(Hons) PGCE Head of R.E Buxton Community School KES 70s (?)

http://www.isaachepworth.com/home/cv.aspx
Isaac Hepworth (KES 85-92)

Andrew Wade
Partner, Commercial Property
Education: King Edward VII School, Sheffield, Selwyn College, Cambridge
(BA-1976) (MA-1980).

http://www.dotprint.com/fpaper/daglish.htm
James Daglish (KES 50s)

http://www.legal500.com/l500/formex/pps/ukp1082.htm
Grahame Codd IRWIN MITCHELL (KES 70s)

http://www.legal500.com/l500/formex/pps/ukp4488.htm
Giles Orton EVERSHEDS (KES 70s)

http://www.musicweb.uk.net/garlands/biog.htm


http://www.icclaw.com/l500/formex/pps/ukp8917.htm

http://www.no6.co.uk/barister/peterm.htm

http://www.bath.ac.uk/ncuacs/guidel.htm
(Linfoot, Edward Hubert, 1905-1982. Mathematician and astronomer)

http://www.bath.ac.uk/ncuacs/guidet-v.htm
Thompson, Sir Harold Warris, 1908-1983. Knight. Physical chemist.

http://www.electiondata.telegraph.co.uk/pcon509.htm
(Clive betts KES 61-68)

http://www.hull.ac.uk/php/maspmb/CV/CV.html
Prof Peter Michael Beckett  (KES 52-59)

http://www.quns.cam.ac.uk/Queens/Record/1999/Old%20Members/deaths.html
G.M. TINGLE (1933) aged 84. Geoffrey Tingle came to Queens' from King
Edward VII School, Sheffield, as an Entrance Scholar and read French
before joining the Foreign Service. He held Vice-Consulships in China
and Japan and high office in Hong Kong. Nature study, walking and,
particularly, historical research were lifelong interests. His
fascination with the 12th century struggle between Stephen and Matilda
for the crown of England led to the publication in 1990 of his
historical novel, The Oathbreakers, which reflected the spirit of this
turbulent period of English history. It was followed in 1993 by the
publication of the sequel Anarchy and Aftermath.

http://www.media.bournemouth.ac.uk/rlaughton.html
(Roger laughton 53-60)

http://www.brookes.ac.uk/schools/bms/medical/synopses/ellis.html
(interview - transcript available)

http://www.icclaw.com/l500/ihl/ihl669.htm

http://www.icclaw.com/l500/formex/pps/ukp43467.htm
David coates (59-66)