Hill College is on a prominent and spacious site, with some excellent modern buildings, housing specialist and well-equipped science, DT and IT rooms.
As an example of the point I'm making, and of its consequences for the study of biography (which, as my primary interest here, induced John Powell to ask me to contribute an essay to this special issue on "Victorian Biography"), let's take a brief look at how Cockshut
and Amigoni handle that vexing Victorian figure, Thomas Carlyle.
Hill's vision is: "The highest standards for life today and in the future.
Hill was rebuilt 15 years ago under a PS9.
Although other schools across the city have put metal detectors on trial, Cockshut
Hill is the first to have equipment based on site.
Bev writes: "Most of the players went to Cockshut
Hill School, hence two players feature in both photographs
Head of English Caroline, aged 55 and from Sutton Coldfield, said: "It was never my intention to stay so long but Cockshut
Hill becomes part of your DNA because of the fabulous students and staff.
Philip Bennetts, prosecuting, said on May 10 Davies had gone to the Dovecote, in Cockshut
Hill, and after calmly ordering an orange juice had shot Mr O'Reilly, who was a day short of his 34th birthday.
The incident happened at Cockshut
Hill Technology College in Yardley last Monday.
There will also be major refurbishments to Cockshut
Hill Secondary in Yardley, Marsh Hill Junior in Erdington and Calshot Junior in Perry Beeches.
Hill College has had a long and proud history and now, in partnership with Ninestiles School, it is an "outstanding" academy in Acocks Green and very much looking forward to the future.
These are the questions that I've been mulling over ever since I read that Cockshut
Hill School (which both my sisters attended some years ago) has lost its specialist school status after having been put into special measures as a 'failing school'.
Sta at Cockshut
Hill College, in Yardley, announced in assembly on Tuesday that new sixth formers will only be able to study vocational BTEC quali"cations from September.
Elspeth Insch, headmistress of King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls, celebrates with Farhana Alam, Annabel Lee, Anika Murray-Wilkins and Lindsey Wilson King Edward VI Camp Hill School pupils celebrate after hearing their results Smiles and grimaces at Cockshut
Technology College, Yardley, as students Daniel Bluck, Emma Wall, Debbie Wiley, Helen Burke and Matt Brown collect their results Victoria Lawton and Katie Mclaughlin check their A-level results at Priory School, Edgbaston A for everyone at King Edward VI Camp Hill School where Sabira Somani, Shabana Kapasi and Bijal Patel prepare for a celebratory hug A-level students at King Edward VI Camp Hill School receive their results
Hill's Year 11 girls' basketball team are celebrating in style after successfully claiming the City Championship in their first year of entering, winning every Birmingham League game along the way.