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Parents invited to find out more about Solihull School and Saint Martin’s School merger

Sarah Mason 28th Oct, 2019 Updated: 28th Oct, 2019

PARENTS have been invited to find out more about the Solihull School and Saint Martin’s School merger set to take place next year.

Solihull Junior School and Saint Martin’s nursery to year 6 are set to join forces to form a new nursery, infant and junior school, which is set to open its doors in September next year.

Following Solihull School’s announcement of its merger with Saint Martin’s last month, the independent schools have confirmed the new school will be for pupils aged three to 11 years and be known as Solihull Preparatory School, based at the current Saint Martin’s Campus.

The 11-plus senior school provision will be based on Solihull’s Warwick Road campus.

To provide an update on the current and new offering, Solihull Preparatory School is holding an information event for parents and guardians.

At the session, guests will also be able to learn more about subjects, activities and opportunities available to their children should they become pupils.

Solihull School headmaster David EJJ Lloyd said: “This is an extremely exciting time for us, as two of the oldest schools in Solihull prepare to join forces.

“The information event is the perfect opportunity to talk to pupils and teachers and find out what makes Solihull one of the top primary schools in the Midlands.”

The information event will be at Solihull School’s Warwick Road campus on Saturday, November 16 from 9.30am until 11.15am.

For more information on Solihull School or to register to attend the information event, call 0121 705 0958, visit www.solsch.org.uk or book online at www.trybooking.com/uk/book/event?eid=7792&

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