An Aldridge karate gold champion is in a class of his own after impressing staff at the secondary school he’s set to move up to.
The Phantom of the Opera musical, which pupils performed in the Bushell Hall over five nights, received a standing ovation from the 600 strong audience
Girls at Aldridge School are celebrating after netting a top place in the UK for the third year running.
More than 100 students at Aldridge School are set to tread the boards in a theatrical extravaganza to help raise money for brain tumour research.
Classroom studies came vividly to life for a group of Solihull School sixth formers on a language trip to Berlin.
Budding artists from Solihull Junior School showcased their skills at a local gallery where they were praised by the artist who inspired them.
Young bookworms are helping to add a new chapter to their school’s fundraising activities by taking part in a massive readathon.
Solihull School has taken a creative new approach to commemorating School events after appointing its first Poet Laureate.
Food Technology students at Solihull School enjoyed a slice of the action when it came to celebrating Homemade Bread Day.
Experiences at school can be formative in many ways. Laurence Inman shares one of his.
Solihull School’s Chamber Choir is teaming up with the world-renowned choir, orchestra and choral group - Armonico Consort - in a pilot project for the opportunity to perform in a critically acclaimed opera.
More children on the roads again means more danger.
West Midlands Police will be on hand from next week to help children get to school safely.
Following the success of last year’s Summer School, Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is offering two week-long Summer Schools during this year’s holidays for young people aged eight to sixteen to develop and share their theatre skills.
Twickenham Primary School in Kingstanding is holding a Summer Fayre with a difference next Monday
State school students from Birmingham will be building robots to pitch against Oxford University’s machines in the third annual Robot Games.
Year 5 children from Twickenham Primary School in Kingstanding are making great progress with their social enterprise scheme working with the Diggin’ Generations local food project
A group of Birmingham youngsters are organising a fundraising event to help rebuild a primary school in the remote area of Giuzhou province