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  • Year 10 Girls Tennis

    Jun 23rd, 2016 | Read More

    The Year 10 Girls tennis team finished their season with a 4-2 against Archbishop Ilsley on Wednesday 22nd June. Charlotte Ankcorn, Eleni Spanou and Katie Delaney all won their singles matches. Olivia Abbott lost her match closely 5-7. This gave Bournville a 3-1 lead going into the doubles matches. Olivia and Charlotte teamed up and despite some...

  • To BE or not to BE

    To BE or not to BE

    Jun 22nd, 2016 | Read More

    Jacob Rose (Y8) will join other wannabe Hamlets in a highly unusual performance at the Birmingham Rep on 23rd June. He will be part of a 30-minute show created by Italian dance-theatre company Coll...

  • Bournville Mock EU Referendum

    Bournville Mock EU Referendum

    Jun 22nd, 2016 | Read More

    Wednesday 22nd June saw our own mock EU referendum election.  Students have spent the past few weeks hearing both sides of the debate in PSHE lessons, and in assemblies (including a memorable ...

  • 6 Reasons to Put your Phone away

    6 Reasons to Put your Phone away

    Jun 20th, 2016 | Read More

    6 Reasons to Put your Phone away, see the image ...

  • Summer Reading Challenge

    Jun 20th, 2016 | Read More

    Boost your child’s chances of success by encouraging them to read over the summer. Why not go online to see how you could help: summerreadingchallenge.org.uk Ms Cross

  • Talented Students - Youth Art Competition!

    Talented Students - Youth Art Competition!

    Jun 17th, 2016 | Read More

    It has been an exciting week in the Art department this week. We learnt on Monday that five of our 6th form A Level Art students and one of our G.C.S.E Art students have been successful in entering...

  • Sports Day

    Sports Day

    Jun 15th, 2016 | Read More

    The eagerly awaited sports day is fast approaching. It is taking place on Tuesday 12th July at Norman Green Athletics Stadium in Solihull. The event will take place with half of the school competin...

  • Duke of Edinburgh Diamond Challenge

    Jun 8th, 2016 | Read More

    Duke of Edinburgh Diamond Challenge – What could you do to challenge yourself? To celebrate its 60th year, the Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Charity has launched the DofE Diamond Challenge. This one-off initiative allows people of all ages to take on a DofE inspired challenge and earn their Diamond Pin ...

  • Rewards Competition

    Jun 8th, 2016 | Read More

    Towards the end of the last half term, the school relaunched the griffin reward system in the form of an exciting competition. Tutor groups battled against each other to collect as many griffins as they could. The tutor groups with the most griffins earned themselves a free breakfast. I can confirm that the winning tutor groups were ...

  • Looking forward to the final half term of the summer

    Jun 7th, 2016 | Read More

    As a school we are thinking about what it means to achieve our best.  I am meeting with students in assembly and am reminding them of the wide ranging opportunities that they have each and every day in school.  I am going to stress the importance of capitalising on opportunities as it is experiences and opportunities that shape us as i...