Millie re-elected to Wolverhampton Youth Council

Millie re-elected to Wolverhampton Youth Council

On Monday 26th March 2018, Millie Betteridge attended the Wolverhampton Art Gallery with the intention of regaining her post as MP for Wolverhampton Youth Council. She wrote a speech on why she should be re-elected again, along with a number of other candidates. After...
Maths Feast Event

Maths Feast Event

On Tuesday 27th March, Wolverhampton University held a Maths Feast event run by the Further Mathematics Support Programme. Smestow sent two teams to this event supported by Mr Azad and V Patel (Year 12). The teams solved a number of problems put to them throughout the...
Musical theatre workshop for Year 7 to 9

Musical theatre workshop for Year 7 to 9

Year 7 to 9 students have been treading the boards with the help of students from the School of Performing Arts at Wolverhampton University. The session was well received from Smestow School students, as they were able to learn about three different elements of...
Health and wellbeing marketplace a big hit

Health and wellbeing marketplace a big hit

Year 11 Health and Social care students have completed the last piece of practical work for their level 2 course by hosting a marketplace for Year 7 and 8 students. They finished on a high note with a wonderful event which was aimed at Year 7 and 8 students,...
Anti-bullying ambassadors at Smestow

Anti-bullying ambassadors at Smestow

On Wednesday 21st March, Mrs Hill, Mr Stokes and 15 students from Smestow School took part in training to become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors at King Edward VI Girls’ School in Birmingham. This course is run by the Princess Diana Award and is designed to educate and...