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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

The PMLD Department visits Twycross Zoo

The whole of the PMLD department enjoyed a day at Twycross Zoo on Monday 27th June.  This was a wonderful opportunity for the students to see many animals and experience a group of Oloip Maasai Dancers from the Rift Valley in Kenya. The group performed traditional Maasai music and dances for the pupils.  There was also an opportunity to learn what life is like in a Maasai village in Kenya!  Twycross Zoo cares for around 500 animals, this includes 150 species which are bigger animals.  There are many endangered species, plus hundreds of creepy crawlies too. The zoo is renowned as a specialist primate zoo, they care for a wide variety of monkeys and apes, and are the only zoo in the UK where you can see all types of great ape – gorilla, orang utan, chimpanzee and bonobo.

The pupils all thoroughly enjoyed their day and we had many smiles and laughter throughout.

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PMLD Parents Morning

On June 7th the PMLD department held a parents morning, providing an opportunity for open discussion between the parents and staff and for them to work alongside their child. After a coffee and cake, parents moved to various locations around the school to join in with the sessions their child was allocated.  Sessions included sensology, an immersive sensory story, rebound therapy, swimming, Sherborne movement and a cognition session. Parents enjoyed the morning, getting stuck into the sessions with their child and broadening their support network


4.4 want to say a huge thank you to Lisa and all the staff at Frankie & Benny’s for letting us become pizza chefs for the day.

Students learned about the history of the restaurant and the food served there, dressed up in chefs hats and created their own delicious pizzas, which was almost as much fun as eating them!

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Year 11 End Of School Year

Year 11 have completed all their GCSE exams, some may have other exams to take until the 24th June. Coursework will be completed over the next couple of weeks. This means on Monday 27th June 2016 year 11 students can remain at home subject to completion of coursework. If you do choose to you will have to contact West Midlands Transport Service and indicate the change. We want all year 11 pupils to attend Sports Day on Tuesday 19th July and the end of year assembly on Friday 22nd July 2016. Those who are going on residential will attend the week commencing 11th July to 15th July 2016. Students who opt to carry on attending school will follow normal timetable. A letter has been sent home please return the letter to school with your choice as soon as possible.


We have been learning that you need money to pay for shopping and that you need to wait for your change and a receipt.  A massive thank you to Tesco Extra who bravely let 4.4 operate the tills and we now have a class of budding future cashiers!

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