Summit Learning Trust wins Community Impact Award

Local trust wins big at The National MAT Awards  Summit Learning Trust, has won the Community Impact Award at The National MAT Awards on the 7th of March. The trust comprises of three secondary schools, five primary schools and a sixth form college educating over 8000 learners.  All the schools are based in the Birmingham and […]

West Midlands Schools Tread Lightly For Environment

West Midlands Schools Tread Lightly For Environment School children from around the region are following in The King’s footsteps and getting involved in a new initiative that looks at new ways to create a sustainable future. The project, TREAD Lightly (TREAD Lightly: Turn off, Reduce use, Energy efficiency, Alternative source, Do something), being launched on […]

SUMMIT LEARNING TRUST WELCOMES NEW SOLIHULL SCHOOL

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     Kineton Green Primary joins thriving West Midlands trust    West Midlands based Summit Learning Trust is delighted to welcome close neighbour Kineton Green Primary School in Solihull to its thriving family of schools and college. From 1st March 2024, the Solihull primary will join Summit’s other four primary schools, three secondary schools and […]

DIVERSITY ACCREDITATION EXTENDED

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Solihull Sixth Form College is celebrating its reaccreditation for the Investors in Diversity Award, following a recent assessment by the National Centre for Diversity. The College first achieved the Investor in Diversity award in 2017 and the recent reaccreditation means the award is now valid until August 2025. This reaccreditation reflects the commitment of colleagues […]

Lyndon School welcomes the Royal Navy to land!

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Lyndon School in Solihull, part of the Summit Learning Trust, welcomed representatives from the Royal Navy to the school recently for a session with students. A group of Year 9 learners took part in a teamwork task with the visitors during which they had to build a structure that could withstand a hurricane, have a working satellite […]

Cockshut Hill learners visit the Black Country Living Museum

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Trip part of the school’s cultural experience programme Year 7 learners from Cockshut Hill School, part of the Summit Learning Trust, have been to visit the Black Country Living this month, as part of the school’s programme of cultural experiences.  The open-air living museum brings history to life and allows visitors to meet historic characters who […]

The Summit Ogden Partnership

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The Summit Ogden Partnership: A Case Study The Summit Learning Trust Partnership is currently in Year 2, having started formally in September 2022, but with some ‘Year 0’ planning activity having taken place the previous academic year.  The Partnership is coordinated by secondary science teacher Natasha Peachey at Lyndon School. It is an ‘Established Collaboration’ […]

BIRMINGHAM YOUNGSTERS BUILD FOR THE FUTURE

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 Aspiring architects from Summit Learning Trust learn from cutting-edge companies  Birmingham Housing Week looks “beyond the bricks” to a future of sustainable homes  Learners from across Summit Learning Trust secondary schools – Lyndon School, Cockshut Hill School and Ninestiles, an Academy – in the West Midlands are taking part in a new initiative to help […]

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