Calling all parents and carers –come and join us for some delicious Christmas treats on Monday 17th December between 9.00 and 11.00 in the Primary Hall.
Students in 5.3 will be happy to serve you and there will also be a chance to buy some Christmas wrapping paper and gift bags.
We very much hope you can join us!
Liz Dean and 5.3
The annual Wilson Stuart Christmas Bazaar will be returning on the 30th November 2018 from 6-8:30PM. There is no better way to start off the Christmas period!
The Christmas Grotto is always a huge attraction, a chance to meet Santa and get a present. This year tickets to meet Santa will be sold on the day for £4. This includes meeting Santa, a present and a picture.
There will be limited tickets available, so don’t miss out on a chance to meet Santa this Christmas!
On Friday, 16th November, Wilson Stuart School had a Singathon in effort to raise money for Children in Need. Throughout the day, every class in the school sang songs from movies and musicals, with some classes even dressing up as characters from their chosen film. It really was a sight to behold, with lots of aspiring talent coming from the mouths of all our amazing students. Everybody enjoyed the day, each performance was filled with energy and enthusiasm. Our amazing students made everyone proud and raised a total of £2012.84! Thank you to all the parents, students and staff for your efforts and contributions.
Students from 4.1 – Brandon C, Brandon L-C, Zara H & Bradley A
This weekend, students Dade, Ellie and Joseph completed their sponsored mile as part of Children In Need’s Rickshaw Challenge.
None of them had cycled that distance before so it was an amazing achievement and they have raised an impressive amount of money for charity – so far an incredible £1170!!!
Students across Wilson Stuart made poppies as part of recognising Armistice Day and 100 years since the end of the First World War. The project also linked to our British Values framework as part of “respecting those who keep us safe”.
The students did a wonderful job of creating a beautiful memorial and special thanks must go to Mrs Fowler who made our impressive monument for the poppies to decorate.
5.1 enjoyed a cultured day out at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. This was in line with a CoPE task. The students had to plan the journey and route there, find out opening hours and assess what money they would need so that they could enjoy a lunchtime treat. All in all a great job from 5.1 and a lovely day out!
If so then you will have to be making some very important decisions about what happens when they leave at the end of Year 11.
Please come and join me for an informal meeting on Wednesday 7th November at 10.00 to learn about the transition process and discuss the options available to your son or daughter. This will include access to Wilson Stuart’s 6th Form Prospectus and Application Form and a tour around our 6th Form Centre. We are also able to offer advice about other specialist or mainstream post 16 provision.
It is hoped that a representative from SENAR will be there to assist you with any questions or concerns.
I look forward to seeing you on the 7th November.
Liz Dean – Vice Principal of College and Head of 6th Form