Solihull Solicitors pledge £4k to local school


A legal firm in Solihull has backed a local special needs school with a £4,000 pledge to help youngsters.

Wadsworths Solicitors based in Shirley have announced their five-year commitment to Reynalds Cross School, by funding the refurbishment and thus adopting the “Rainbows Classroom” which includes the installation of a new computer and touchscreen smartboard.

Reynalds Cross School caters for pupils aged 2½ to 19 with severe to profound multiple learning difficulties and a large proportion are on the autistic spectrum.

John Wadsworth,Managing Director of Wadsworths said: ‘We pride ourselves on being a company that takes an active part in supporting our local community.  We are looking forward to continuing to build a strong relationship with Reynalds Cross School over the coming years.”

Jane Davenport, Head Teacher at Reynalds Cross School said: ‘We are delighted to have received a classroom sponsorship from Wadsworths Solicitors.  It’s through the generosity of companies like Wadsworths that we can continue to our provide pupils with a balanced education that is tailored to his or her individual needs.”

Reynalds Cross are now appealing for other local companies to support them in adopting a classroom. Anyone – including trusts, foundations, companies and individuals – who would like to get involved should contact the School Business Manager, Deb Jervis on 0121 707 3012” 

Press release issued by Victoria Hicks (, 0121 745 8550) in conjunction with Reynalds Cross School.