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Table Tennis Success for Year 9s

Table-Tennis-Year 9

The Coleshill School Year 9 boys attended a level 2 North Solihull tournament on Tuesday 3rd October at Park Hall School. The Coleshill School won their group matches again Smiths Wood and Park Hall B and continued into the semi-final. After Beating Park Hall A 32-41 in the semi-final, they ...

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High Meadow Infant School – Where Every Child Is a Storyteller


  The governors, staff and children at High Meadow Infant School, Norton Road, are celebrating again after being awarded the status of ‘International Storytelling School’. The head teacher Mrs Debby Hughes said ‘In September 2015 we introduced ‘Storytelling’ across the whole school. This is a proven strategy which helps foster ...

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Olivia Wins Trampolining British Championships


Olivia-May Street, Year 11 student at The Coleshill School, took part in the 2017 Trampoline, Tumbling & DMT British Championships at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on 23rd and 24th September. Competing in the Elite Women 15/16 DMT, Olivia battled through against some impressive performances to retain the British Championship. ...

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High Meadow Infant School celebrates joining Artsmark Award


~ School recognised for its commitment to bringing the arts alive ~ Pupils and staff at High Meadow Infant School are today celebrating after joining Artsmark Award; the Arts Council England’s award for schools that champion arts and culture in the classroom. In order to become an Artsmark School, High ...

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A Levels - 4

We are delighted to announce another year of improved performance at Post 16.  The hard work and dedication of our students has been rewarded. The whole school community can be proud of these results. Results are up in all performance measures. The number of students achieving the highest grades is ...

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High Meadow Infant School Expansion Plans


  Warwickshire County Council have announced a consultation into the plans to turn High Meadow Infant School into a Junior school for 5-11 year olds. The plans can be viewed online here – https://askwarks.wordpress.com/2017/09/06/consultation-on-the-proposal-to-extend-the-age-range-and-increase-capacity-at-high-meadow-infant-school/ The total number of pupils would increase from 90 to 210 under the proposals with each ...

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Continued Success at The Coleshill School


Talented year 11 students at the Coleshill School are celebrating “pleasing and positive” GCSE results today. Despite new challenging English and Mathematics qualifications, the school is continuing to maintain the high standards set in previous years, with notable performances both in subjects and by individuals. Across English and Mathematics 60% ...

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High Meadow Infant School, at one with nature!

Butterfly Main

All of the children at High Meadow Infant School have really enjoyed closely observing the butterfly cycle in their last few weeks of school. They watched tiny white eggs change into caterpillars, then chrysalis and then break open into delicate butterflies! The week before finishing for the summer holidays, the ...

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Swans and Cygnets say Thank you!


Swans and Cygnets toddler group would like to say a big THANK YOU to Warwickshire County Council Councillor Grant Fund for giving them a grant of £500. As you can see our toddlers have gained lots of new toys for them to share and explore, and our baby area has ...

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Sore eyes??


Do you suffer from dry, sore or tired eyes? If so, you are not alone. As many as 1 in 3 adults in the UK experience these symptoms, with uncomfortable and tired eyes being the most common complaint. Dry environments such as air conditioning and central heating can affect the ...

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Sertec CEO Unveils New Sertec Suite


An enterprising partnership between education and industry saw the launch of a new £16,000 IT suite at The Coleshill School. Leading Warwickshire engineering firm, Sertec, is investing in the future of thousands of young people by funding the purchase of new digital equipment at the popular Coleshill School. ‘The Sertec ...

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Holocaust Survivor Visit


On 3rd July 2107, Year 9 Students at The Coleshill School participated in a Super Learning Day all about the Holocaust.  Students were involved in a carousel of learning activities about the increased persecution of the Jews, the Ghetto’s and the Final Solution. Ernest Simon, a Holocaust Survivor, came into ...

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School Games Gold Mark!


The Coleshill School are delighted to announce that we have achieved the School Games Gold Mark Award for the 2016/17 academic year. The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development ...

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Children’s Eyecare


Good eyesight is particularly important for children. If they have poor vision, they’ll find it difficult to learn at school, play sports or develop enough confidence to reach their full potential. Indeed clumsiness and poor academic performance may be entirely due to a problem with their sight. Yet it is ...

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