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Solicitor staff cycle in memory of late colleague

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Last month, colleagues Callum Haynes and James Gwilliams from a local solicitors firm completed The Aberdovey Bike Ride, cycling from Wolverhampton to Aberdovey. Callum, Associate and Head of Client Relations and James, Director at Talbots Law, both took on the challenge in memory of their late colleague and friend Martyn Morgan. Martyn sadly passed away… Read more »

Bromsgrove Council Chairman partners with Sunfield for 2016-17

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  Recent changes at Bromsgrove District Council in May, saw Coun Helen Jones take the chain from Coun Caroline Spencer and Malcolm Glass was voted in as the next vice chairman. Both councillors were voted in to their new posts by 17 votes to 12 after against other nominees Coun Michael Thompson and Coun Les Turner respectively. Coun… Read more »

Stourbridge Businessman Rows A Million Metres For Charity

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  Stourbridge based businessman Phil Fellows has rowed 1 million metres without leaving the gym. Phil Fellows, has taken on the challenge of rowing one million metres for Sunfield, a residential special school based in Clent. Phil, the owner of Swinford Graphics, has been completing the gruelling challenge at his local Pump Gym in Stourbridge…. Read more »

Successful fundraising drive

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After a recent fundraising appeal, Sunfield has been able purchase 6 new vehicles for the children that live and learn at the school. The school has already taken delivery of 4 vehicles with a further 2 on order, all roomy 7 seater Vauxhall Zafira’s, allowing for staff and students to travel together in comfort. The… Read more »

Fit for Life

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Our curriculum theme for the Summer Term, based on the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games, is around fitness, exercise and health. We’ve already seen many of our supporters and staff members setting physical challenges both indoors and out and even more than that, committing to the weeks of pre-event training – all in support of our… Read more »

School rated ‘Good’ – Ofsted Dec 2015

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After our latest Ofsted Independent School Inspection in December 2015, we are pleased to confirm that our school received a rating of ‘Good’. A quote from the report details that, “Parents are highly positive about the school’s work and how it keeps their children safe. They describe it as ‘fantastic’, saying that their child’s progress has ‘exceeded our wildest dreams.’” Another quote from… Read more »

Colleagues to go the extra mile for children

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Two colleagues are to step up their training for a 110 mile walk in line with World Autism Awareness Day, 2 April. Emily Mantle and Maxine Bradshaw who both work at Sunfield, a residential special school based in Clent, will start weekly long distance training walks in preparation for a 4 day challenge, starting on… Read more »

Clean Sweep for Children

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International cleaning company, Scot Young Research, has presented Sunfield with a donation raised from fundraising activities over the recent Christmas period. Based locally in Lye, staff members wanted to specifically support local children and decided to ask colleagues to bring in unwanted Christmas presents in the new year to auction and raffle off in aid… Read more »

Runners Make a Difference

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A Halesowen running club has presented local special school, Sunfield, with the proceeds from their annual 5km run. Each year, Cobra Running and Triathlon Club host The Mark Perry 5km race in memory of a late member of the club. The event took place in September last year which saw over 80 runners complete the… Read more »

Student’s Confidence Grows on Farm

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We often arrange work experience opportunities for our young people so that learning can take place both in and outside of the school classrooms. Recently we were offered the opportunity to take student Alfie, who is particularly fond of animals, down to a small local farm in Belbroughton, ran by committed supporters of Sunfield, Roger… Read more »