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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

    WE SUPPORT THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT

    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

    FIGHTING RACIAL PREJUDICE AND DISCRIMINATION

    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

    SENIOR SCHOOL VIRTUAL OPEN MORNING - SATURDAY 20 JUNE

    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 aka.ms/virtualopenday Solihull Senior School Virtual Open Morn...
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  • 15/05/20

    SUPER SUPPORT FOR OLD SILS CHARITY QUIZ

    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

    SHOWING GRATITUDE WITH GOODIE BAGS #NHSSTAFFROCK

    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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  • 31/03/20

    SHARE HAPPY

    Solihull pupils, parents and staff are embracing our initiative to 'Share Happy'. Small or big things, they are all personal and important. Here are just a few of the highlights so far: https://solihullschool.fireflycloud.net/…/schoo…/share-happy Send your posit...
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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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  • 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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  • 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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