Is your son or daughter currently in Year 13?
If so then you will have to be making some very important decisions now about what happens when they leave 6th Form.
Please come and join me for an informal meeting on Wednesday 24th October at 10.00 to learn about the transition process and discuss the options available to your son or daughter. This will include information about the HIVE College at Wilson Stuart and also other specialist and mainstream post 19 provision.
It is hoped that a representative from SENAR will also be there to assist you with any questions or concerns.
Liz Dean – College Vice Principal and Head of 6th Form
Wilson Stuart Parents For Parents Association would like to welcome ALL parents to the first meeting of the year.
This will be held in the 6th Form Centre at 10.00 on Thursday 11th October.
Come and join us to meet other parents and to see how you can help support your son or daughter’s school! We look forward to welcoming you.
Students in Science have been learning about the PH scale and produced an experiment to test this. It was so well performed Miss Salisbury brought the star students to my office to show me their work.
One of our Year 11 students has won the Aspiring Talent award for sport and physical activity – Huge congratulations! What a star
Please be mindful when parking not to block residence driveways or access, as a school we do need to maintain our harmonious relationships with our neighbours.
Wilson Stuart held its annual coffee morning in support of Macmillan on Friday 28th September.
We were so grateful for all the fantastic donations – including a huge range of cakes, biscuits, homemade scones, dairy free cakes and samosas!
The Macmillan on the Move service proved very popular as did the traditional coffee morning in the Primary Hall.
The really fantastic news was that we raised well over £600!!!
Thank you to everyone who helped, donated and ate!
Pupils from the PMLD department had the opportunity to participate in non-verbal drama.
The sessions were delivered by a professional from the Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Open Theatre and they were fantastic.
Pupils were treated to a visual delight of movement with props such as scarves and hats. These were used in social games, where pupils interacted with these and with their peers.
It was brilliant to see pupils engaging in intensive interaction with movement.
Lots of fun, smiles and laughter was had by all. Thank you Lucy.
BBC News have covered the councils “dangerous” decision to remove guides.
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