Twenty eight leaders from Smestow School aged between 12 – 15 years old took on the challenge of managing the multi skills event for primary pupils at this year’s Black Country School Games held at the University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus. Eight primary and four special needs schools had qualified for the event which led to a very close competition. Smestow students led with enthusiasm and encouraged all competitors to do their best and where necessary appropriately adapted activities. They ensured fair play by closely watching that skills were completed accurately by all and consistently applying the rules.

Well done leaders you did yourselves and Smestow proud!

(More information in the Express & Star article Monday 2nd July)