Pupils at Solihull School have been making their mark after coming out on top in a series of debating competitions.
Providing debating clubs for all sections of the school, from junior school through to sixth form, Solihull played host to four national competitions in two weeks.
The leading independent school won the central England round of the ICYD under-16 Oxbridge competition, while also emerging victorious in the ESU Mace contest to ensure progress to the regional final.
The school also hosted Oxford and Cambridge competitions, with 130 students attending each event. Two of the host teams then made it through to the final of each prestigious contest.
Eve Colyer (17) and Joe Gilyead (18) and Oliver Rooney (15) and Tom Williams (16) represented the school at the Cambridge finals, while the same teams will go on to speak at the Oxford finals later this month.
With more than 100 students actively part of debating at Solihull, school teams participate in more than 20 fixtures each academic year.