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  • 17/03/20

    CORONAVIRUS AND THE CLOSURE OF SOLIHULL SCHOOL

    Please see below content of Parentmail sent on Tuesday 17 March regarding the Coronavirus and the closure of Solihull School. Dear Parents I promised you regular updates and further to previous Parentmails, I am now writing to inform you that Solihull School will close at 4:10 pm toda...
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  • 23/03/20

    NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR SOLIHULL MUSICAL MAESTROS

    Five talented musicians from Solihull School have gained a place at the National Children’s Orchestra of Great Britain. Gemma Winfield joins Katy Baker, who has been a member of the prestigious organisation for the last 7 years, to play clarinet in the main orchestra. Yichen Pan is part of...
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  • 10/03/20

    ACHIEVEMENT RECOGNISED WITH 11+ SCHOLARSHIPS

    Solihull School has awarded twelve 11+ scholarships to pupils in its Junior School in recognition of their achievements in academic and co-curricular activities.  Ziqi Ding, was not only awarded an academic scholarship but also one for art and music meanwhile, Claire Delaney was awarded...
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  • 04/03/20

    CHARITY DINNER WITH A CALENDAR GIRL

    Christine Elliott of Knowle & Dorridge Tangent Club organised a charity dinner with guest speaker Tricia Stewart, the original Miss October from the WI Calendar. We were delighted to host the event and congratulate the team on a superb evening, with over £6,250 raised for Bowel Cancer...
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  • 24/02/20

    LONG-SERVING FORMER TEACHER HONOURED AT SOLIHULL

    More than 130 former pupils and colleagues gathered at Solihull to honour one of the school’s longest-serving teachers, Jill Godsall, and mark the opening of the Jill Godsall Recital Room.  The Headmaster welcomed guests and highlighted some of Jill’s many achievements in he...
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  • 03/02/20

    SOLIHULL STUDENTS SET FOR OXBRIDGE

    Solihull has reinforced its standing as one of the Midlands’ most successful schools after recording another superb set of Oxford and Cambridge University offers. Five Sixth Form students have won conditional places to study at the historic institutions. Georgina May-Hart has been awarded a...
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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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  • 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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  • 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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