A message from the Head Teacher Mr Steve Hughes:

Mr Steve Hughes

“I am delighted to welcome you to the Wilson Stuart School website.

At Wilson Stuart, we are determined that all our students make outstanding progress and succeed. We aim to support them all to do their very best, enjoy school and to develop important qualities such as respecting, understanding and helping each other.

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Mr Steve Hughes
Head Teacher

3.4 sell chocolates!

As part of the pupils work on money, 3.4 helped to make chocolate hearts to sell for Valentines Day. They assisted an adult in counting out up to 5 hearts and wrapping them up into gifts. Pupils visited the different classrooms in school in order to sell the hearts for £1.50. The class made a total profit of £85 which will go into School Fund.

A great big thank you to everyone who brought a packet

Chocolate Hearts.

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Monkeys Parents Day

The Monkeys class have had a wonderful cross-curricular morning linking their Jack and The Beanstalk topic to number and shape activities. Parents were able to work with their children on different activities such as ordering numbers, making sets of numbers, counting games and building games all linked to different themes taken from the book. All children had a lovely time showing their families all the hard work we have been doing this term. Thank you to all parents who attended the workshop!

3.4 go to the SnowDome

On Friday 2nd February 2018, Class 3.4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at the SnowDome in Tamworth. The pupils took part in Ice Skating and Snow Tubing. Watch out “Dancing on Ice” 3.4 have some new contestants for your show!!!

SnowDome

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Phone System Down

Our external phone lines are currently down due to technical issue beyond our control. Please accept our apologies if you are not able to get through.

In the meantime could we please request that you email us at enquiry@wilsonstuart.co.uk

Please rest assured that if we have a need to contact you regarding your child we will do so via a mobile number.

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Young Voices 2018, Genting Arena NEC

Wilson Stuart attended the Young Voices Concert on Thursday 11th January and as usual we got lots of attention from the conductor, David Lawrence.

To assist with the Young Voices’ mission to provide a musical experience for children that will inspire a love of music and that they will remember for the rest of their lives – special guest artists are invited to take part in the concerts. This year’s artists were:

Natalie Williams – a popular soul/jazz artist, singer ­songwriter. She has 7 critically acclaimed albums under her belt and a dedicated following that extends throughout the world.

The M4GNETS – a vocal harmony group featuring the finest vocal and beatboxing talent that the British acappella scene and London’s West End have to offer.

Alfie Sheard – not your usual artist as he is only 16, specialising in acoustic guitar and providing incredible inspiration.

Of course the pupils really get excited to see the Urban Strides Dancers and here you can see that Rhys is chatting to the Creative Designer, Andy Stone, and Alfie is talking to one of the dancers.

Everyone is a close team at Young Voices and we appreciate the care and attention we receive each year. Both staff and pupils enjoyed a fabulous night!

Save the KIDS Centre in Wylde Green

Birmingham City Council is proposing to end all funding to KIDS short break services for disabled children 0-5 years and as a result, the service will end on March 31st 2018. They are the only centre that provides this service in Birmingham and there is no suitable alternative available to the children we currently support.

Short breaks are among the most fundamental services for supporting the health and well-being for families with disabled children. They give families a break from caring for a disabled child, while also offering a chance for children to do activities they enjoy. They hold families together and can prevent them from reaching crisis.

It is a statutory obligation for Birmingham City Council to provide suitable short break services. However, at present none of the services listed in Birmingham’s Short Break Statement 2018 offer the same service they do, and are all for 5+ years.

There service supports a specific group of children who have high needs and do not have a loud voice in decision making. The only way for KIDS family centre  to remain open and continue delivering this essential service to the most vulnerable children in our society, is through your help to pressure Birmingham City Council to reinstates funding.

You can sign the petition or use the QR code to register support.

Click here to take you to the petition.