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  • 30/09/20

    Amber wins gold with ‘Just One Voice’

    Lower Fifth Solihull pupil Amber has won Gold in the Poetry (aged 13 – 15) category of the Anne Frank Trust Creative Writing Awards. Amber entered the competition, which invited young people across the country to take Anne Frank as their inspiration and create a piece of writing t...
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  • 15/09/20

    New Beginnings at Solihull

    Solihull opened its doors as a school for pupils aged 3 – 18 years for the first time on Tuesday 8 September - welcoming boys and girls to the new independent coeducational day school across two campuses – Solihull Preparatory School on Saint Martin’s campus, Brueton Avenue and Sol...
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  • 09/09/20

    Senior School Applications - Closing Soon

    The closing date for applications to Solihull Senior School is Tuesday 15 September.  Please download the PDF below for further details or contact our Admissions Department on 0121 705 4273 or email 
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  • 20/08/20

    GCSE Results 2020

    A Statement from the Headmaster “We are delighted that that our GCSE cohort of 2019-20 has received such excellent results. Indeed, we are extremely proud of all our pupils for managing several months of remote learning, the Government’s shifting position and the ensuing media frenzy...
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  • 17/08/20

    A Level Results Statement - An Update

    Update on A Level Results Statement from the Headmaster We are delighted that the Government has finally seen sense and reestablished trust in the teaching profession. Accusations that schools have abused the system are ill founded and insulting, and leaving our pupils and their families in su...
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  • 13/08/20

    Solihull A Level Grades 2020 - A Statement from The Headmaster

      I would like to congratulate the Class of 2020 on their A Level results.  The headline statistics for Solihull are as follows: 16% of all grades are at A* 44% of all grades are at A* - A   76% of all grades are at A* - B grade However, it is with great sadness that...
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  • 07/07/20

    Beer Business to Beat Boredom

    Two Solihull Upper Sixth students have spent their time during lockdown developing a positive initiative for pubs. Jack Talbot and Guy Tomlinson have set up a business to create extra seating for beer gardens – from excess kegs. Jack, aged 17, said: “We became bored at home an...
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  • 10/06/20


    Further to my recent communication, I want to thank all those who have contacted us over the last few days about the role that education and Solihull can play in challenging certain narratives in our society. Many years ago, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o wrote about decolonising the mind, and about the p...
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  • 08/06/20


    Please see below an email from the Headmaster issued to the school community earlier today.   I hope you and your families are all well.  Thank you for the teamwork and kindness you have shown in supporting our community through these challenging times...
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  • 26/05/20


    We will be holding a Virtual Open Morning on from 9.30am on Saturday 20 June. Follow the event on our Facebook page for more details and regular updates.  Here is the link to join our live sessions on Microsoft Teams Solihull Senior School Virtual Open Morn...
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  • 15/05/20


    An initiative by Old Silhillian Harry Morgan has raised more than £5,600 for Acorns Children’s Hospice. The Big Old Sil Virtual Charity Quiz, an idea which the former Solihull School boy developed in under a fortnight, involved over 100 quiz teams and around 600 live participants incl...
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  • 15/04/20


    Pupils, parents and staff at Solihull Preparatory School are taking part in an initiative to show their gratitude in support of the NHS workers. More than 450 families have received #NHSstaffrock kits to create goodie bags for NHS key workers battling the coronavirus pandemic. The sets inc...
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