The sun rising over school this morning.
Due to the school closures down to the snowfall over the last 2 days, we have no choice but to postpone the Primary Christmas Show.
The new time for the show will be 10:30 this Friday (15 December).
We apologise for the inconvenience and trust you all agree it is much better to move it than cancel it. This will allow us enough time to rehearse it properly
WellChild Helping Hands is a home improvement programme which, with volunteers from local companies, transforms gardens and bedrooms for children and young people with exceptional health needs across the UK.
You will need a professional to complete the Application Support section. This in our case is Peter Keenan (Family Support Officer), when you are ready or if you would like some guidance with the form please contact Peter via email firstname.lastname@example.org or the school on 0121 373 4475 and ask to speak to Peter.
Today we had the pleasure of a visit by the Lord Mayor to open our new rebound therapy trampoline and our new mainstream Bluesky Nursery. We were also joined by several members of the Royal Arch Freemasons of Warwickshire who very generously funded the rebound therapy facility.
In September 2017 we will be opening our new mainstream nursery. It will run from 8 till 6, every day all year round! While we work on getting it ready we welcome enquiries if you are interested in registering your child.
If you would like more information please call Gisela Costa our Nursery Manager on 0121 373 4475.
Despite the light snow this morning (13 January 2017) school is
OPEN AS USUAL for both pupils and staff.
Let’s have another great Wilson Stuart day.
We would like to congratulate Aaron and Jack on completing their challenging journey and supporting research into Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy at Bristol Children’s Hospital.
Well done on an fantastic achievement.
Councillor Brigid Jones, the Cabinet Member for Children and Families, visited Wilson Stuart School last Wednesday. She enjoyed a tour of school and also spoke to students and parents. Brigid described Wilson Stuart as a “lovey lovely school”. We would all agree!