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On Tuesdsay 13th June 2017, 21 students from The Coleshill School took part in the Children’s University Graduation ceremony at Birmingham University. 

Parents proudly watched as their children, dressed in black cap and gown, received awards in recognition of their dedication to extra-curricular activities.  The Coleshill School had 20 Gold Award winners achieving over a 100 hours of learning activities.

Ben Mattey, received his University Diploma with over 300 hours achieved.  Leo Francom-Gladders, received his Children's University Fellowship award, having worked over 1000 hours

The Children’s University Trust provides 7 to 14 year olds with exciting and innovative learning activities and experiences outside school hours.  The passport to learning has been created where students collect stamps for hours of accredited learning which contribute to the award of a certificate.

Miss Blunt, Enrichment and Children's University coordinator commented “It was a fabulous event in a beautiful setting and we were all inspired by the ceremony and guest speakers, Mayor of The West Midlands Andy Street, Councillor Stuart Davis Mayor of Solihull and Professor Carl Chinn.  We are so proud of our students and what they have achieved.  The only challenge was re-locating their caps after they were all thrown in the air in celebration on the Aston Webb steps!”

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3.10 pm Friday 26th May - School Breaks Up

Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June 2017 - Half Term Holiday

8.45 am Monday 5th June - Return to School

Congratulations to our fantastic Year 9 Softball Team who have won the Level 2 Tournament!  Details of the tournament as follows:-

Game 1 - John Henry Newman

A resounding victory in our first game due to some excellent early fielding. Knowing the batting target allowed Tyler Heath and Oscar Jackson to take Coleshill into an early win with high quality home runs.

Game 2 - Grace Academy

This time we had to bat first but a strong team batting performance left Grace with too many runs to chase. Early catches from Tom Fenton and Harvey Woodman-Booth meant they were struggling to achieve their target.

Game 3 - Park Hall Academy

Again, Coleshill’s strong fielding in this game set a very achievable target. Oscar Jackson on bowling duty did an excellent job of striking out three of the opponents. The only player to get round for the opposition was their stand in short stop, Lewis Grant Smith.

Game 4 - CTC Kingshurst Academy

This game was the toughest by a long way. Excellent pitching from the CTC bowler meant our team suffered a meteoric batting collapse after failing to strike the ball into legal territory. Unfortunately, this time our excellent fielding could not stop us losing by 1 run

Game 5 - Smiths Wood Sports College

This was a relatively close run game which swung due to two excellent plays from Coleshill. Firstly when fielding, Tom Allsop caught their batter behind just as their team were beginning to build a strong innings. Then Tyler Heath stormed round with a home run to bring home the win.

They will now progress to the Level 3 Tournament in the coming  months.  Good luck Team and well done!

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Come and join us at our Open Morning on Saturday 8th July 2017 from 10.00am to 1.00 pm

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