• 365 Login
  • Remote Login
  • Parent Pay
  • Parent View

On the 24th January, The Coleshill School Year 7 and Year 8 Trampolining teams competed  in the School Games against CTC Kingshurst Academy, Grace Academy, John Henry Newman, Park Hall and Smith's Wood Academy, held at Smith’s Wood Academy. 

Against strong competition, The Coleshill School teams had great success with the Year 7A Team coming 2nd, the Year 8B team coming 3rd, the Year 8A team coming 4th and the year 7B team coming 6th.

Georgia, the Year 8a Team Captain commented “The girls competed well against some strong teams supporting each other and bouncing well”.

Marrisa Holland, PE Teacher said “We are so proud of our teams, they have worked so hard in training and really enjoyed taking part in the competition.”

Trampoline School Games

On 13th December, The Coleshill School’s Year 10 boys’ football team played in the last 16 of the Birmingham Schools Sports Federation Cup.  Against strong competition, they beat Lode Heath School,  2-1 at Coleshill and are through to the quarter finals.

The team then played Langley School in the quarter finals of the Solihull Cup on 17th January 2018 and won 4-1, with some fantastic goals.  The team will now go on to play in the semi-final against Tudor Grange.  

Rick Wilkinson, PE Teacher commented “I am so proud of the boys they are a wonderful attacking team to be in charge of, with some fantastic players and they all have a strong work ethic.  We wish them every success in the next rounds”.

Year 10

On Wednesday 20th December students at The Coleshill School enjoyed a celebration pizza lunch for achieving SPIRIT points over the Autumn Term.  The development of the school is based around the Coleshill SPIRIT which develops students and stands for: Self-management, Perseverance, Innovation, Reflection, Independence and Teamwork.

Over 160 students achieved horizontal SPIRIT points over the term.  SPIRIT points are awarded for Tutor rewards, extra- curricular activity, improved progress, good progress, doing something extra, good behaviour and good attendance.

Mrs Bishop, Head of Year 11 and Rewards Leader commented “We are so proud of our students and this reward is in recognition of their sustained commitment to school life and their studies.”

Spingo groupSpingo 2Spingo 3Spingo 5Spingo 8

Dear parents and school community

‘Understanding Your Child’ Guide for Parents

Warwickshire County Council is offering three FREE award winning, quality marked Guides for parents and carers (each guides usually costs £39 per person).

In recent research with over 1,127 Warwickshire mums and dads, they told us they wanted more opportunities to learn about being a parent and to increase their understanding of their children’s development and behaviour.

These Guides are designed to help build the confidence of parents and carers and grow their relationships with their children. In turn, this will build the emotional strength of their children, so they’re able to bounce back in life.

To get started visit warwickshire.gov.uk/parentguides and find Warwickshire’s FREE registration codes for each Guide. Click through to inourplace.co.uk to enter your code and begin learning.

Content of the ‘Understanding Your Child’ Guide:

Module 1

Welcome!

Module 2

How your child develops

Module 3

Understanding how your child is feeling

Module 4

Tuning into what your child needs

Module 5

Responding to how your child is feeling

Module 6

Different styles of Parenting

Module 7

Having fun together

Module 8

Rhythm of interaction

Module 9

Why sleep is important?

Module 10

Self-Regulation and Anger

Module 11

Communication and Tuning in

Module 12

Looking back and Looking forward

Megan’s family has an important and historic heirloom in their family. 

Megan brought into school a very precious letter that was written to her Great-Great- Grandmother in November 1953 by none other than Winston Churchill. 

Megan’s Grandmother shared her birthday with the former Prime Minster, which is commemorated by the letter. 

Churchill was voted the Greatest Briton of all time in 2000 for his wisdom, wit and leadership.  We remember him by his words, such as “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue counts.” 

For Megan and her family, they have something more personal and priceless to connect them to the great man himself.Megan Winston Churchill Letter