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 […]

DEBATE TEAM THROUGH TO REGIONAL MACE HEATS

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Learners at Solihull Sixth Form College took part in the ESU ‘Mace’ competition recently and debated their way into the regional heat of the competition. The College debate team were up against a team from Warwick School, debating the motion ‘This House Believes that schools should focus on maximising students’ value to the modern workplace […]

BIRMINGHAM LEARNERS VISIT KEBLE COLLEGE, OXFORD

Cockshut Hill School’s careers and HE programme supports students to aim high   All year 9s join a university trip  Year 9 learners from Cockshut Hill School in Birmingham visited Keble College, Oxford as part of an outreach event run by the prestigious university. It was one of five university visits arranged by Cockshut Hill this […]

LYNDON LEARNERS VISIT WEST MIDLANDS COMBINED AUTHORITY

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Travel and Tourism students see how transportation supports business growth in the region    Lyndon School learners studying for a BTEC in Travel and Tourism have enjoyed a research visit to the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA). After learning about public transportation systems, the visit to the WMCA’s headquarters in central Birmingham was an excellent […]

COLLEGE INTERN SECURES USA STUDY SPOT

Sixth Form College

9 January 2024   COLLEGE INTERN SECURES USA STUDY SPOT   A former learner of Solihull Sixth Form College has secured a university place in the United States of America and is heading to Texas this month. Sophie Da Silva completed her A level studies in summer 2023 and then worked as an intern at the College […]

2023 Christmas Hospital Visit

Lyndon Leaners Singing at Solihull Hospital with Solihull Moors Footballers

A selection of players from Solihull Moors Football Club paid a visit to Solihull Hospital as part of the annual Christmas visit with Solihull Moors Foundation. Kyle Morrison, Josh Kelly, Richard Stearman, Aaron Flahavan, Finn Howell, Jamey Osborne, Joss Labadie, James Clarke and Callum Maycock all took the time out of their day to say […]

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Cockshut Hill

Elderly people enjoying a Christmas lunch with some Lyndon Learners

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Cockshut Hill Hospitality students cater Christmas buffet for local care home residents   Year 10 and 11 learners at  Cockshut Hill School, part of the Summit Learning Trust, studying hospitality and catering prepared a Christmas buffet lunch for around 30 members of the local community this week […]

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