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  • 02/01/20

    SOLIHULL ACHIEVES HIGHEST GRADING IN ISI INSPECTION report

    Solihull received a full inspection by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), as part of our normal inspection cycle, in November 2019 and we are delighted to have achieved the best possible outcome. We are fully compliant and deemed to be 'excellent' in both Pupils' Acade...
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  • 06/01/20

    TEACHER’S MARATHON EFFORTS PAY OFF

    Solihull singing teacher Clare Bovill has joined an elite group of runners who have successfully completed an impressive global marathon challenge; the much sought-after World Marathon Majors 6 Star Award, which involves successfully completing marathons in Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, C...
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  • 13/12/19

    PUPILS HELP AFRICAN CHILDREN’S CHARITY

    Kind-hearted pupils at Solihull have raised almost £9,000 to help impoverished children in Africa. The money was raised during the annual charity week at Solihull Junior School and will be used to help buy a much-needed new minibus for the La Future Leaders (LFL) community school, whic...
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  • 03/12/19

    SIXTH FORM APPLICATION DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY 8 JANUARY 2020

    Registration for Solihull Sixth Form is now open. 
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  • 03/12/19

    ELECTION CANDIDATES QUIZZED BY SOLIHULL STUDENTS

    Election candidates have been given a ‘Question Time’ style grilling from Solihull sixth form students. Conservative Julian Knight, Labour candidate Nick Stephens, Ade Adeyomo, of the Liberal Democrats, and the Green Party’s Rosemary Sexton are all contesting the Solihull seat a...
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  • 26/11/19

    NELL GWYNN HEADS TO SOLIHULL

    The joyful and riotous comedy Nell Gwynn will be bringing laughs aplenty to Solihull next month. The exhilarating take on the heady world of Restoration theatre will be performed by pupils over three nights in December. It is set in London in 1660, when King Charles II exploded onto the s...
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  • 13/11/19

    ARMISTICE DAY 2019

    Solihull marked this week’s Armistice Day with a poignant wreath-laying ceremony and Remembrance service. Pupils, staff and invited guests gathered in the school’s Great Quadrangle at 11am on Monday, 11 November to remember those who died in two world wars and other conflicts...
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  • 07/11/19

    CHILDREN’S AMBITIONS SHOULD BE FOSTERED, NOT LIMITED, SAYS HEADMASTER

    Following a report recently published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the headmaster says children need to have all possible information at their fingertips in order for them to make informed career choices. David EJJ Lloyd also believes the government n...
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  • 24/10/19

    MUSICAL KATY SCALES THE HEIGHTS

      A gifted young Midlands musician is scaling the heights with her brilliance on clarinet and cello. Solihull School’s Katy Baker is studying both instruments in the Junior Department at the world-renowned Royal Academy of Music in London and recently won a top international award i...
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  • 24/10/19

    A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY AT SOLIHULL PREPARATORY SCHOOL

    Solihull Junior School and Saint Martin’s Nursery to Year 6 will merge into a newly formed nursery, infant and junior school, opening its doors in September 2020. The new school will be for pupils aged three to 11 years and be known as Solihull Preparatory School and based at the current Sa...
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  • 15/10/19

    SIXTH FORM INFORMATION EVENING

    Join us for our Sixth Form Information Evening on Wednesday 6 November, 6.30pm. (Internal candidates 5.30pm.) The event is a chance or you and your son or daughter to hear more about life in the Sixth Form and the various options we offer at A Level.  You will have the opportunity to...
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  • 14/10/19

    TOP JOURNALIST RETURNS TO SCHOOL

    A distinguished national journalist was the headline act at our annual speeches and prize giving ceremony last month (September). Old Silhillian Ian MacGregor, former editor of The Sunday Telegraph and The Metro, was back at school to present prizes to high achieving students. MacGregor a...
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