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Please see the link below for a list of CPLD resources for staff:

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Bereavement Training

About North Solihull Collaborative

The North Solihull Collaborative is one of five school collaboratives in Solihull Local Authority area. 


The Collaboratives, consisting of both maintained schools and academies, meet to discuss latest issues, to share best practice and information, and to work collaboratively on key priorities.  Each Collaborative feeds back to the Solihull Schools Strategic Accountability Board (SSSAB) and works in partnership with the Local Authority.   


The following schools are members of North Solihull Collaborative: 


Bishop Wilson Church of England Primary School 

Castle Bromwich Infant School 

Castle Bromwich Junior School          

Coleshill Heath School 

Fordbridge Community Primary School 

Forest Oak School 

Grace Academy Solihull          

John Henry Newman Catholic College           

Kingshurst Primary School 

Marston Green Junior School

Merstone School        

Northern House School          

Park Hall Academy 

Smith's Wood Academy

St Anne's Catholic Primary School 

St Anthony's Catholic Primary School 

St John The Baptist Catholic Primary School 

St Mary and St Margaret's CE (Aided) Primary School 

Tudor Grange Academy Kingshurst 

Windy Arbor Primary School 

WMG Academy for Young Engineers (Solihull)

Yorkswood Primary School 

Joint Activities and Projects


Each year primary and secondary schools work together to ensure that information is shared timely and effectively for a successful KS2 to KS3 transition for pupils.  This includes a shared Transition day/s; the dates for 2022 are Wednesday 6th July and Thursday 7th July (this date is to be used for schools holding a one-day transition only).  


Student Voice 

Pupils from across all North Solihull Collaborative primary schools are invited to participate in Student Voice.   Pupils meet collectively to discuss shared issues and work on a chosen on project.  Topics of discussion have included: Making the most of school outdoor areas, litter, respect, charity work and the importance of healthy eating.



A range of networks are run in partnership with Unity TSA.  They include, English, Maths, SENCo, Pastoral, Computing and Science.   Please follow the link for further information. 



Moderation for Reading, Writing, Maths and Early Years is conducted annually.  Please follow the link for further information. 


The NS Collaborative oversees the work of North Solihull Sport and a number of schools participate in Solihull Children's University