A message from the Head Teacher 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.read on ...
We have high expectations for our students and have created an environment in which each individual is supported and challenged to achieve their full potential, both inside and outside the classroom. Accordingly, we expect our students to be ready to learn, to work hard and to take pride in their achievements. Wilson Stuart has developed a range of excellent facilities to support student learning. We also have an exciting and rich curriculum which provides all of our students the opportunity to experience and enjoy a wide range of activities.
We believe that working together pays dividends. We have a very active Parents Association and we offer a great deal of support to enable parents to support the education of their children. We have outstanding relationships with our local community, schools and businesses, their partnerships providing great benefits to our school and students.
We hope you find our web-site interesting and informative. If you would like any further information please contact school by telephone or e-mail.”
Mr Steve Hughes
This week Caterpillars, Bees, Ladybirds and Butterflies Classes enjoyed a trip to Drayton Manor sponsored by the Rotary Club. Volunteers from Wylde Green Rotary club supported the classes to make sure everyone had a fantastic day out. We had a nice day with the weather being kind to us. The children were thrilled by the rides in the park as well as looking for Thomas, Butterflies class particularly enjoyed looking around the zoo and were fascinated by the animals. A great day out had by all, Thank you Wylde Green Rotary club for making it possible.
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The PMLD department have been celebrating all the hard work we did last term by holding our own Australia Day. Students from primary, secondary and the college got together to celebrate our success
Students took part in a number of different activities including sensory activities, messy play and outdoor activities. They also had the opportunity to create their own Australian art work such as boomerangs and Australian flags.
In the afternoon we were invited to an Australian BBQ where 5.4 had cooked some delicious BBQ food for us to enjoy. They worked really hard to make sure that the food was prepared in time for the party. Everyone had a wonderful day and thank you for all your hard work!
Michaela Hawthorn – Community Champion at Asda Queslett in Great Barr enrolled Wilson Stuart onto the Green Token Scheme. Thanks to the generosity of Asda and their Customers the scheme raised £500 pounds for Wilson Stuart School and will be used to help fund rewarding residential experiences for our students. Students and Staff at Wilson Stuart School appreciate the support as it will enable them to access experiences and opportunities that wouldn’t otherwise be possible.
The whole school celebrated the Royal Wedding with everyone dressing up in red, white and blue. We all joined in a street party with British themed food boxes. We learnt about the Royal Family as part of our lessons on British Values. We had a fun time at the disco in the afternoon. We all had a fantastic celebration. Congratulations to the happy couple.
On Wednesday 2nd May the 6th Form showed the premiere of their version of The Wizard of Oz!
The film was a real triumph with the audience of students, staff and parents. Our 6th Form students performed with such maturity and confidence and showed just what good actors they truly are.
Staff played a vital part too – with creating costumes, providing props and handling our temperamental toy dog as “Toto”!!!
A very special mention needs to go to the film’s director, Sian Kennedy, whose vision, skill and hard work enabled the film itself to be so professional and our young actors so inspiring.
Now, what shall we do next year????
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On 1st May 2018, the Primary and Secondary classes enjoyed a Science/Critical Thinking Day which involved a range of science themed activities and tested student’s critical thinking skills! We had a very special visit from the Animal Man, who allowed students to touch the animals and even place a snake around our neck! Students also enjoyed a treasure hunt activity, making animal habitats, identifying animal sounds and footprints, and exploring sampling techniques. The animal habitats that we created are now proudly displayed in our reception area – come and have a look!
On Thursday 26th April, 3.1 walked up to Aldi and purchased some ingredients they needed to cook vegetable pilau and tadka daal. The following Monday 30th April the pupils cooked using their ingredients. They weighed onions, potatoes and rice using the balance scales and the analogue scales; they also measured the correct amount of water needed for the rice. Fantastic team work was carried out through washing drying and organising the ingredients. 3.1 worked very hard and enjoyed a fabulous meal!!