Month: October 2018

Year 9 Girls Badminton Win Bronze

Mrs Knight and Mrs Walton took the year 9 Girls badminton team to the Warwickshire and Solihull games this evening. 12 teams were competing in the competition and the Grace team came away with a very well deserved bronze medal. Notaya and Aisha played the singles matches and won all their games convincingly in the…
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Careers Fair Thursday 18th October

Year 7 Progress in West Midlands Cup

KINGS NORTON BOYS SCHOOL 4 – 4 GRACE ACADEMY SOLIHULL (GAS WON 4-1 ON PENALTIES)   Yesterday afternoon the Year 7 Team started their journey in the West Midlands Cup with an away fixture at Kings Norton Boys. A difficult first round tie was made even more challenging by an hours journey resulting in us…
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“Proud of the achievements and outcomes that all our students have made.”

Viewpoint – Darren Gelder, Principal “I am incredibly proud of the achievements and outcomes that all our students have made. There have been some outstanding individual performances, which reflect the hard work of staff, students, parents and carers. Regardless of the context of our setting, our results put us in the same league as some…
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Mason Hindley top goal scorer for Villa Rockets

Mason Hindley, Year 10, is celebrating being Aston Villa’s top goal scorer last season for their Villa Rockets team. The football pro has been playing for Villa Rockets since he was talent spotted at a trial at Grace Academy when he was in Year 8.Β  Since then he joined the Aston Villa training sessions and…
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800 residents enjoyed our Family Fun Day

In a sizzling family fun day in Chelmsley Wood, over 800 local residents enjoyed summer fun, inflatables, a BBQ, and petted a menagerie of cuddly pets at Grace Academy Solihull. Face-painting, gladiator jousting, mini-truck driving, and traditional favourites like splat-the-rat and hook-a-duck all added to the fun of the fair, and visitors were also taken…
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Meeting with a Muslim Faith School to create better understanding

Students from Hazrat Khadijatul Kubra, a Muslim faith school in Small Heath, Birmingham, have met with students from Grace Academy Solihull in Chelmsley Wood, in an initiative to encourage greater understanding between young people of different geographical and faith backgrounds. The project forms part of The Faith and Belief Forum linking programme that brings students…
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