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21 Nov

SFCS – ATLAS MOUNTAINS INSPIRE GEOGRAPHERS

Geography students at The Sixth Form College, Solihull travelled to Morocco to complete coursework this month. A group of A level students spent 5 days in the High Atlas Mountains and Marrakech in Morocco. They were collecting primary data for their Independent Investigation coursework. Among the fieldwork completed, students collected data on micro-climates, carbon capture […]

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9 Nov

Cockshut Hill School – Remembrance Parade

All students and staff at Cockshut Hill paid their respects this morning for Remembrance 2018. Special guests, ‘standard bearers’ from the Royal Artillery Association (Birmingham and District) joined them to mark the important event. One of our student ambassadors Kainaat poignantly read the poem of the unknown soldier followed by the last post played by Mrs Pilkington.

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24 Oct

The Oaklands Primary School – Library launches their new library!

On Wednesday 10th October, The Oaklands Primary School launched their brand new library. The school will use the new library as a centre for learning and a hub of excitement. What better way to do this than by having an exciting launch! In the weeks running up to the launch, the school were busy organising their […]

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10 Oct

Ninestiles Academy Trust Awards Evening 2018

On Tuesday 2nd October 2018, the achievements and progress of pupils and students across the Trust were celebrated at our third annual awards evening. The event took place at The Great Hall at the University of Birmingham; an aspirational venue for our students and Principals across the Trust, alongside our CEO, Catherine Anwar, delivered just […]

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8 Oct

The Sixth Form College, Solihull – OPEN DAY – Sat 13th October

The Sixth Form College, Solihull is throwing open its doors on Saturday 13 October for an Open Day, giving young people from Solihull and Birmingham the opportunity to see the range of courses and services we have on offer. The College will be open from 9.30am – 3.30pm, with a last entry time of 2.30pm […]

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5 Oct

Trust Primaries celebrate National Poetry Day

On Thursday 4th October, all four of our Trust Primary Schools celebrated National Poetry Day with their pupils in exciting and creative ways . The theme for the day was Autumn and pupils enjoyed various activities throughout the day, all centered around poetry. The children at Erdington Hall enjoyed throwing leaves in the air and listened […]

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20 Sep

UNICEF GOLD AWARD for Cockshut Hill School

UNICEF UK have awarded Cockshut Hill the Rights Respecting School Award at Gold level.  Cockshut Hill now join just 15 other Secondary schools across England and only one other across the Midlands in obtaining the award at this level.  The accreditation visit took place in June but Gold reports must be verified by the  Accreditation […]

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16 Aug

The Sixth Form College, Solihull: 2018 Results Day success!

2018 RESULTS DAY SUCCESS! The Sixth Form College, Solihull is celebrating hundreds of starred grades, as A level results were announced nationwide today. The College has achieved an impressive 394 starred grades (A* at A level and Distinction* at BTEC level).   Hundreds of students are looking forward to their future careers thanks to their […]

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13 Jul

CEO letter to Parents and Carers – Friday 13th July 2018

Please click below to read the Summer term letter from our CEO, Catherine Anwar. We would like to take the opportunity to thank all of our parents, carers and students for their support over the last academic year. We hope you all have a restful summer break and look forward to seeing you in September. […]

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11 Jul

SFCS Modern Languages Reunion

More than a dozen former students visited The Sixth Form College this term for a Modern Languages Reunion. The get-together included a student who left as far back as 2009, as well as many more recent students. They caught up with each other and with staff to share tales of what they have been doing […]

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