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Mr Steve Hughes

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Mr Steve Hughes
Head Teacher

We have a smartphone App!

Get ready for the launch in September 2015 by downloading the App NOW.

App Icon ReflectedDear Parents,

We have launched a smartphone app for our school to help keep you better informed about the school. The app is free to download for iPhones, Windows and Android Phones.

You can download the app by either searching in the relevant app store for “Wilson Stuart School” (using the quotation marks in the google play store) Please note that the app is compatible with iPads, but to download it you have to search the store in “iPhone Only” mode.

or

by using one of the following web link: http://jsa4.me/wilsonstuart

Remember to allow “Push Notifications” when you install the app, so you get a notice each time we add something.

Please note that the app is compatible with iPads, but to download it you have to search the store in “iPhone Only” mode.

You can choose the language in which you receive information in the settings page, and you can filter information that’s not relevant to you in the categories page (under settings).

WILSON STUART APP LAUNCHES SEPTEMBER 2015 

 

Dear Parents,

 

We have launched a smartphone app for our school to help keep you better informed about the school. The app is free to download for iPhones, Windows and Android Phones.

 

You can download the app by either searching in the relevant app store for

“Wilson Stuart School”

(using the quotation marks in the google play store) Please note that the app is compatible with iPads, but to download it you have to search the store in “iPhone Only” mode.

 

or

 

by using one of the following web link: http://jsa4.me/wilsonstuart

 

Remember to allow “Push Notifications” when you install the app, so you get a notice each time we add something.

 

Please note that the app is compatible with iPads, but to download it you have to search the store in “iPhone Only” mode.

 

You can choose the language in which you receive information in the settings page, and you can filter information that’s not relevant to you in the categories page (under settings).

Our Tesco trip

On Tuesday 30th June, 4.4 went on a Maths Trip to Tesco in relation to our lessons about money. The pupils went around the super market hunting for the items that were assigned to purchase on their shopping lists which would then be munched as part of a picnic the next day. All the students successfully located their items in the different aisles with a bit of guidance from the adults.

Kadeem was the treasurer for the day and was in charge of paying for the items. A role he executed with sheer brilliance.

The next day was our Induction Day where pupils had a chance to meet their teachers and peers for the next academic year. We were joined by Azeema and Bradley who will be in 4.4 starting from September. Despite the fact that Kadeem had moved to Sixth Form, he was invited to join us for the picnic.

The pupils had a lovely time purchasing the items and munching them for a picnic.

Jacob Ameen Abigail

Our Butterfly experience

Bees class have had some special guests the last few weeks. We received a pot of caterpillars in the post and have spent the last few weeks watching the caterpillars progress through their lifecycle. We measured the caterpillars when they arrived at a tiny 5 millimetres and the last time we measured them (a Friday) they were over 4 centimetres long! When we arrived on Monday to check them we found them in their cocoons and talked about what we noticed. The following Monday we were excited to see that we had a net full of butterflies ready to be let go outside. The children loved looking at the butterflies in their net and talking about them. We let them go but hope we will spot them flying about when we are outside playing!

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Oily Cart – Bounce

This week we have had the amazing and innovative Oily Cart theatre company in to share their practise with the children in our PMLD department. Using trampolines, video projection and live music with a Middle Eastern flavour the actors and the children have been exploring bounce in all its forms from gentle to exuberant. Each performance is carefully adapted to the specific requirements of each participant and each participant has responded differently. Some children were captivated by the tinny Middle Eastern music, or by the rolling ball on the projector and other stilled in the silence developed to produce dramatic effects. It gave the children the opportunity to experience the theatre and also be an actor in the theatre making it a truly special performance for us all.

Drayton Manor

Three classes from Wilson Stuart School -Caterpillars, Bees and Butterflies- were invited to spend the day at Drayton Manor by the Wylde Green Rotary Club this week. We were lucky enough to have a fantastic sunny day to really make the most of our visit to the Park. We headed straight to Thomas Land to see which rides we wanted to go on and we were lucky to not have to queue for too long! We saw Thomas the Tank Engine and lots of his friends and got to ride on some of them. We had a lovely picnic lunch in the sunshine then went to see what else we could experience. Some of us went on more rides and some of us went to explore the Zoo area. We saw a Tiger and some Cranes and heard Parrots talking and squawking. We also had the opportunity to have some Ice-cream which went down a treat!

We had a brilliant day out. We all enjoyed ourselves and had lots of fun. We would like to say a big ‘Thank you’ to the Wylde Green Rotary Club and their volunteers for such a fantastic day!

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