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Schools open – Wednesday 13th December 2017

We are pleased to say all of our Trust schools and the Sixth Form College Solihull are open today, Wednesday 13th December, as normal. Please ensure you take extra care on your journeys.   Ninestiles Academy Trust

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School Closures – Tuesday 12th December 2017

All of our Trust Schools and the Sixth Form College Solihull are closed again today (Tuesday 12th December 2017) due to the adverse weather conditions. We expect all schools to be open on Wednesday 13th December as normal. Please check your individual school/college websites for further updates. Ninestiles Academy Trust

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School closures – Monday 11th December 2017

Due to adverse weather conditions, all our schools will be closed on Monday 11th December. Please keep an eye on your individual school’s websites for further updates tomorrow and please stay safe. Ninestiles Academy Trust

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Principal appointment at The Sixth Form College, Solihull

Ninestiles Academy Trust are delighted to announce the appointment of a permanent Principal at the College, with Dr Martin Sullivan being named in the role. Martin Sullivan took over in April as Interim Principal, after previous Principal Paul Ashdown announced his decision to retire. Catherine Anwar, Chief Executive Officer of the Ninestiles Academy Trust, commented:

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Pupils learn from financial experts that money matters

Pupils from Lyndon school had a lesson in finance thanks to training from Coventry Building Society branch managers. The 300 students, aged between 16 and 16, took part in a series of money management lessons and games organised by branches including Solihull, Shirley and Chelmsley Wood. The initiative provided our students with a basic introduction

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THE SIXTH FORM COLLEGE SOLIHULL JOINS NINESTILES ACADEMY TRUST

The first Multi-Academy Trust of its kind in the country has been formed as the Ninestiles Academy Trust welcomed The Sixth Form College, Solihull into the Trust on 01 August 2017.   The decision by both boards and governing bodies comes following a joint agreement between the two boards and a period of public consultation

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UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Awards

This week has seen not one, but two of our Trust schools achieve Level 1 of the UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Award. The award focuses on our schools embedding the values of the Rights of the Child in all that they do. Congratulations to the teams at Yarnfield Primary School and Ninestiles, An Academy this week.

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The Great Get Together

As part of the great get together, more than 200 of our pupils from Ninestiles and Cockshut Hill School have marked the start of a weekend of celebrations in memory of murdered MP Jo Cox by forming an outline of a giant heart. Ninestiles and Cockshut Hill School's contribution to the great get together weekend has

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Cockshut Hill School and UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Award

Congratulations to Cockshut Hill School on being accredited as a UNICEF Level 1 Rights Respecting School. Cockshut Hill is the first of our seven schools to achieve the Level 1 accreditation. Cockshut Hill have underpinned their vision for improvement around the award and strategically planned their practices around elements involved. On Thursday 18th May, the school welcomed

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Ninestiles Academy Trust and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Over this academic year, members of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra have been working with students across our seven schools, on a music project involving choirs and orchestras. We are pleased to invite parents, students and staff to our performance of ‘The Planets’ on Thursday 25th May 2017. Venue: Symphony Hall, 8 Centenary Square,

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