Students had the opportunity to visit Birmingham University Lapworth Museum, they learnt about the geological history of the earth. They held and investigated fossils and rocks including dinosaur poo and meteorites!
The Valencia Trip 2022 was a huge success. An amazing experience for all students/staff involved and one that they will never forget. Across the week, students got to experience - expert coaching and facilities from the Valencia CF academy staff at the Ciudad Deportiva de Paterna training complex;…
Bishop Challoner students attended the Birmingham Smart event on Thursday 12th May. It was attended by local businesses, technology firms, university academia, colleges, and schools. It was about using technology to improve Birmingham's climate.
Our students split into several groups and…
Bishop Challoner staff have been collecting donations for the Moseley for Ukraine appeal. Donations are now on the way to Kyiv and other surrounding areas.
On Wednesday 11th May a group of students attended a STEM. The trip went really well, the students had a lot of fun and were an outstanding representation of the school.
This week is Mental Health Awareness week and the theme this year is LONELINESS.
Please click here to download the Loneliness Guide for Parents and Caregivers taken from the Mental Health website (https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week).
Three years of hard work to get us to this point. An incredible effort from all involved. It will be fantastic for our students to get to use this space today.
Congratulations to the Under 16 girls football team for bringing the silverware home!
We are close to completion and the opening of our new English block. It is looking fantastic!
The French department raised £50.29 towards the CAFOD Ukraine appeal in at the French Cafe experience.
This is a great contribution to the charity.
We are pleased to report that Bishop Challoner came third in the West Midlands Debate Mate Cup this year, and Cassidy won a prize for her brilliant floor question!
Well done to all of the team!
Imogen, Year 7 had an amazing weekend in Gloucester where she has been competing against the best in the country.She just missed out in a medal for her figures coming 4th out of 45. She got a bronze medal for her solo, making her the 3rd best aged 12 and under in the country. She then got…