4.2 Go Fishing at The Albrighton Trust

The Albrighton Trust, Moat and Gardens offers educational and recreational activities for people disadvantaged by disability, special needs or illness, who are welcomed and supported whatever their capability. All activities are either inspired by or involve the outdoor environment and the first class facilities are specifically designed to ensure everyone, regardless of disability or capability can experience the joy and satisfaction of engaging in positive, outdoor activity.

4.2 enjoyed the most fabulous of days in which they had 2 x 1 hours of fishing on a gloriously, sunny day and fish were being caught within minutes of starting.

We were shown how to put the maggots onto the hook, and some of us were able to do this with just a little help and all the fish were safely put back into the water.

Of course, the beautiful weather helped greatly but the facilities and support available was exceptional, and although we did not have time on the day, there are other activities on offer. I would urge you all to investigate some of their holiday activities in case it might be of interest and the Web address is http://www.albrightontrust.org.uk

Everybody caught fish and some were quite an impressive size, but our star of the day was Vladislavs.

Key Stage 3 & KS4 & 5 PMLD Wednesday 15th May 2019

We will be continuing to use our online booking system for appointments, to try and make it easier for parents. This booking system is available on any device that can connect to the internet. Appointment times for teachers will be on a first come, first served basis, so please book early.

How to book teacher appointments:
1. Go to www.wilsonstuart.co.uk and click on ‘parents evening booking’.
2. Enter your child’s name and date of birth.
3. Choose your time with the different teachers.
4. Click submit. You will be able to print out your times once submitted.

No Internet?

• If you do not have internet access, you can call school on 0121 373 4475 and a member of the admin team will book appointments for you. This will then be sent home.

Our Family Engagement Officer Peter Keenan, will be available to speak to, but you do not need to book appointment times for this. He will have a separate desk you can approach to discuss your child, if relevant.

I have attached a simple user guide with pictures, to help guide you through the process to book online appointments. Booking WILL OPEN ON Thursday 9th May and close on Tuesday14th May. Please make sure you book your appointment times before this deadline.

It is really vital that you attend Parent’s Evening and we look forward to discussing your child’s progress with you on Wednesday 15th May 2019.

Disability Careers Fair!

This will be held at Touch Base Pears on the 5th June.

There are time slots and you will need to register via the link.

For all those who have any disability who are soon to be or are currently job seeking – this is a fantastic opportunity for them to meet and chat with some disability confident employers.

It is a chance to find out about some available positions and also to practice selling their talents including those unique skills learned through managing disability – great practice for interviews in the future, and also to see what support companies can offer to applicants with different disabilities.

Information and free tickets here.

Free taster session with wellbeing therapist

The PFPA would like to invite you to a FREE taster session with Lorretto (a very experienced wellbeing therapist). This will take place at Wilson Stuart School on the 8th May. The session will start at 10am and finish at 12pm.

We will be looking at emotional freedom techniques as well as there being a refresher of previous techniques Lorretto has covered in the past.

The PFPA look forward to seeing you on the 8th May.

This is me: a parent of a disabled child 5th June 2019

After the great success of our first meeting we have arranged a 2nd meeting, it will be held at Wilson Stuart School on 5th June 2019 at 11am – 12:30pm. To join up and book your place on the group please call 0121 373 4475 and ask to talk to Peter. 

Here are some of the comments we got after our 1st meeting;

  • “Nice to meet new parents & just talk, learn more about what situation other parents are going through.”
  • “Nice company and glad to let off steam thanks Pete.”
  • “It was fantastic to meet other Parents going through the same things and being able to chat openly.”
  • “This group is really important and needs to keep going, as it makes me feel I am not alone”
  • “Brilliant to meet other parents and just talk with no agenda, to have an open arena to discuss with and help other parents.”

Make sure you book your place for the 2nd meeting!


This is me: A Parent of a disabled child.

Great news! We remain Ofsted Outstanding!

On 20th March we had an Ofsted section 8 one day short inspection as we are an outstanding school!

The inspection is carried out to judge whether the school has continued to improve and remains outstanding. I am delighted to report that Ofsted were of the view that this is certainly the case. The report can be viewed by clicking here, it is a glowing report and reflects upon our outstanding students, governors, staff, parents and partners. I am sure you will enjoy reading the report and feel very proud, as we all are of the outcome and judgement made.

This is our 6th consecutive Outstanding Ofsted

Mr Steve Hughes
Executive Head Teacher

Wilson Stuart School Ofsted Outstanding 2019

Reminder This is me: a parent of a disabled child

Wilson Stuart School are launching a new group for all parents/carers called This is me: a parent of a disabled child. This is a great opportunity to come share your thoughts and feelings over a cuppa. No agenda, no expectations.

Our first meeting will be held at Wilson Stuart School on 1st May 2019 at 11am to 12am. To join up and book your place on the group please call 0121 373 4475 and ask to talk to Peter

British Values St George’s Day Celebrations

Just before we broke up for the Easter holidays students from 4.1 and 5.1 spent the morning running sessions, based around the legend of St George and knowing right from wrong for our secondary pupils! The activities included, amongst others, a sensory re-telling of the St George story and a very lively “throw the water balloon at the dragon” game!

These sessions had been planned, resourced and delivered by 4.1 and 5.1 with very minimal staff support and it has to be said that they all did a brilliant job!

Thank you 4 Steps To A Smile

ALL Wilson Stuart’s students were extremely lucky to be given an Easter Egg before they broke up due to the incredible generosity of Linda Sandar from the charity 4 Steps to a Smile.

We are very grateful to Linda and also to the PFPA for all their hard work in bagging up and delivering the Easter Eggs around school.

Click here to take you to 4 Steps to a Smile. – please check it out to see what amazing work they do.

THANK YOU once again from everyone at Wilson Stuart!

Direct Art Action UK

Many classes have taken part in making an ‘egg’ themed piece of art, they are amazing! There work is so impressive it will be on display at a real art gallery over the Easter holiday!

Their sculptures and paintings will be on display at Direct Art Action UK Gallery, Sutton Coldfield over the Easter holiday. (If you know Sutton Coldfield – it’s where BHS was!) 

It is flat, good disabled access, disabled parking at Grace church car park and good disabled toilet facilities (you do need to get security key from office) I hope you are able visit and enjoy this brilliant celebration!