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17 May

Lyndon student selected as a baton bearer for the Queen’s Baton Relay

Shymika Brown, a student at Lyndon School has been selected to be one of the baton bearers for the Queen’s Baton Relay, an event which celebrates the Commonwealth and aims to bring hope, solidarity and collaboration to the nations the baton visits.  Shymika will be running her section of the baton relay on 27th June […]

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16 Mar

Lyndon students attend Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey with HRH The Prince of Wales 

A lucky group of students attended the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on the 14th of March.  The Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey has been held since 1972. It celebrates the people and cultures of the Commonwealth nations.  The Commonwealth is an association of 54 member states with a combined population of 2.4 billion citizens, […]

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8 Mar

Parent Experience: Survey for Parents and Carers

Dear Parents and Carers, Lyndon school is committed to hearing the voice of the communities we serve, and we would love to have your thoughts on creating an ever-improving climate and learning environment for your children. Summit Learning Trust is running a parent and carer engagement survey to gain insights on collaboration with school and […]

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4 Mar

Lyndon school receives new programme to inspire a passion for STEM

Lyndon School, Solihull in West Midlands, will take part in Coding Success, a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programme. Coding Success aims to encourage the next generation of scientists, engineers and technicians. It has been developed by The Smallpeice Trust, an educational charity, and Raising Robots, an authorised LEGO® Education partner. Teachers at the school […]

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1 Mar

Lyndon School arranges trip to see the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

All Year 7 students at Lyndon School recently had the opportunity to see the wonderful City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra perform “Natural World” at the Symphony Hall.In this hour-long concert for schools, specially devised for students in Key Stage 3, conductor Michael Seal, presenter Tom Redmond and the world-class musicians of the City of Birmingham […]

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18 Feb

Lyndon Newsletter February 2022

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14 Feb

Lyndon School students go on a number hunt for charity!

Students at Lyndon School took part in NSPCC Number Day, which is a maths-inspired fundraising event where schools across the UK raise money for the NSPCC. The funds raised from Number Day will support vital NSPCC services such as ‘Speak Out. Stay Safe’, which visits primary schools across the UK to teach students all about […]

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14 Feb

Summit Learning Trust schools focus on wellbeing this children’s mental health week.

Ninestiles, An Academy, and Lyndon School both strive to provide students with support regarding their mental health and wellbeing. Children’s mental health week runs from February 7 to 13 and this year’s theme is growing together. Place2Be, the children’s mental health charity,  launched the first ever children’s mental health week back in 2015 to shine […]

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10 Feb

Lyndon School students will benefit from LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime kits

Lyndon School has been selected as one of just 600 non-selective state schools across the country to receive a fully funded STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) educational programme, Coding Success, to inspire a passion for coding and robotics in the classroom. Coding Success is fully funded by BAE Systems, the Royal Navy and the […]

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8 Feb

Lyndon School students mark the Year of the Tiger with a week of celebrations

Lyndon School has marked Chinese New Year with a week of celebrations.  The school was decorated the school with large banners commemorating the Year of the Tiger and assemblies  were held on the topic of Chinese New Year so that all students could understand it’s history and cultural significance .   Students were also taught some […]

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