Explorers put hiking skills to test on Duke of Edinburgh walk

INTREPID young explorers braved the weather as they put their survival skills to the test. The 27-strong group from Lyndon School travelled to the Alfey Centre in Coventry, carrying backpacks full of snacks and all the equipment needed to complete their Duke of Edinburgh Awards Scheme (DofE) Bronze practice expedition. As part of the challenge […]

Earthquake fund raising – Cake and Pancake Sale

• Teachers met with groups of learners to organise a cake and pancake sale the following Friday 17th February. Cakes were donated in huge numbers and many learners acted as ambassadors for the fundraising by promoting, selling and collecting donations for the emergency relief fund. • The Y11 hospitality cohort showed off their culinary skills […]

Charity Football

On Friday year 7 learners were involved in a charity football tournament. Invited to watch were learners from both years 7 & 10. A brilliant event with high levels of enthusiasm participation, we were even greeted by a double rainbow at the start of play! Well done to Josh Sadler and the blue team who […]

Teens have a look at what’s next at Careers Convention

TEENAGERS were given the chance to take a look at work life in a number of careers at Lyndon School. The pupils at the school, which is part of the Summit Learning Trust, held its annual Careers Convention to help students decide on their next steps and map their future. Year 9, 10 and 11 […]

Pi Day

Lyndon School, a Summit Learning Trust school in Solihull, is hosting its second Pi Day event on Friday 17 March to promote maths and make the subject fun for learners. During a day of activities, learners will explore the power of Pi, join a mathematical treasure hunt, compete to create the longest Pi chain and […]

Solihull children achieve top 10% results in national computing challenge

FOURTEEN pupils at Lyndon School in Solihull were in the top 10 per cent of national results for the recent Bebras Computing Challenge, designed to get students all over the world excited about computing. Promoted by Oxford University, the challenge runs across 50 countries and tests the computational and logical abilities of participants. Lyndon pupils […]

Lyndon school inspires passion for reading in this year’s bookbuzz programme

Learners at Lyndon are excited about books and enjoy reading for fun Lyndon School in Solihull is excited to announce the launch of its flagship programme, Bookbuzz 2022, a reading programme that helps schools inspire a love of reading for eleven to thirteen-year-olds. Created by Book Trust, the programme gives Lyndon learners the opportunity to […]

Solihull school re-accredited with Inclusion Quality Mark

A SOLIHULL school has been re-accredited as an Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) Centre of Excellence, following a rigorous re-inspection which took place last month. Lyndon School was first awarded Centre of Excellence status in 2020 by IQM, who described the school as a “welcoming, safe and supportive” learning environment where the wellbeing of learners is […]

Lyndon School competes in national GCHQ code-cracking challenge – November 2022

STUDENTS from Lyndon School, part of Summit Learning Trust, took part in the GCHQ National Language Competition 2022 this month, involving a five-day task on a variety of language-themed challenges. From November 7-11, Year 9 children across the UK were invited by intelligence agency, GCHQ, to complete a variety of exciting problems and puzzles centred […]

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