29 Mar

Ninestiles Academy Trust – Letter from Catherine Anwar – CEO to Parents and Carers

Letter NAT parents March 2018

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19 Mar

End of Spring Term 2018 Letter

Dear Parents – End of Spring Term 2018

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8 Mar

Newsletter March 2018

173 1

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16 Jan

Newsletter January 2018

Issue 172 January 2018

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16 Jan

Lyndon School Visit 10 Downing Street

Lyndon School visits 10 Downing Street to present their Send My Friend to School Campaign. Lyndon School students presented their campaign to see the end to the global education crisis that’s keeping 263 million children out of school Date of event:          Tuesday 9th January School address:     Lyndon School, Daylesford Road, Solihull, B92 8EJ […]

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22 Dec

What to do if you are unwell over Christmas and New Year

Care for yourself at home If you have a common health issue, like a cough, cold, sore throat or headache make sure you get plenty of rest and take your usual painkillers or medicines, if you need them (always read the label). Call your GP Your GP surgery will be closed on the following days: […]

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20 Nov

World Children’s Day

To celebrate Worlds Children’s Day Lyndon students took part UNICEFs national campaign students took part in a ‘kids take over’ students completed the Principals briefing, supported staff on school duties such as break and lunch time in the canteen, and staff started each lesson with a clip about Refugee journeys where article 10 & 22 […]

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1 Nov

Help Tackle Cyberbullying

Bullying is behaviour that hurts someone else – such as name calling, hitting, pushing, spreading rumours, threatening or undermining someone. It can happen anywhere – at school, at home or online. It’s usually repeated over a long period of time and can hurt a child both physically and emotionally. Bullying that happens online, using social networks, games and […]

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30 Oct

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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28 Oct

SENDCo Updates

Ninestiles Academy Trust – Special Educational Needs and Disability Updates. A warm welcome to our newly-appointed SENDCos and to Caroline Sweeney at Solihull Sixth Form College.

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