Two local schools shortlisted in National Teaching Awards

A local headteacher from Cockshut Hill School, part of the Summit Learning Trust,   has gained national recognition by being named as a finalist in the prestigious Pearson National Teaching Awards.  Headteacher, Jason Bridges, is one of just a handful across the country shortlisted for the Headteacher of the Year in a secondary school category.   […]

Anxiety and Avoidance Workshop

Anxiety and Avoidance Workshop Friday 7th June – 11:00am – 12:00am Mr March – School Counsellor Mrs Smyth  – SENDCO Sign up using the link or the QR code.

Working towards the Leading Parent Partnership Award

This award supports Cockshut Hill to work in partnership with all parents and carers. Increasing parental participation in school life leads to improved pupil progress, punctuality, attendance and behaviour. The framework encourages parents to be involved in their children’s learning leading to improved outcomes in all aspects of school life.  Cockshut Hill School is working […]

Summit Learning Trust wins Community Impact Award

Local trust wins big at The National MAT Awards  Summit Learning Trust, has won the Community Impact Award at The National MAT Awards on the 7th of March. The trust comprises of three secondary schools, five primary schools and a sixth form college educating over 8000 learners.  All the schools are based in the Birmingham and […]

Lego Robotic League

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Over the Half Term Holidays, nine of our learners got the fantastic opportunity to compete in a robotics league at the University of Birmingham. It was a busy day full of hard work and competition, but the learners were enthusiastic and ready for the challenge! After a tour of the top-of-the-range technology lab (including a […]

BCU Steam House

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Our Year 9 learners from Cockshut Hill have had a very informative and insightful day at BCU SteamHouse today. Learners had many opportunities to learn from employees from the Construction industry and how the landscape of Birmingham is continually changing and being transformed into a city for the future.  Buildings and places that will create […]

New Army Cadet detachment launches at Summit Learning Trust School

New Army Cadet detachment launches at Summit Learning Trust School   A new Army Cadet detachment has opened its doors to students from Cockshut Hill School, Ninestiles, an Academy, and Lyndon School. The Summit Learning Trust Rifles Detachment unit will be based at Ninestiles, an Academy, in Acocks Green, Birmingham. The detachment – part of […]

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