Aims and Values
• To maximise the potential of all students and to help them develop confidence and pride in their achievements.
• To promote a positive work ethic through a climate of high expectations for students, staff and parents.
• To encourage students to become flexible and independent Learners.
• To encourage students to develop reasoned attitudes, values and beliefs in preparation for lifelong learning.
• To enable students to develop and maintain positive relationships through respect for themselves and others.
In this school we strive to establish and maintain:
• A caring, considerate and compassionate community where individuals are treated with care and respect.
• A recognition of and respect for the uniqueness of human beings and their individual learning needs.
• A right of access to Learning opportunities regardless of ethnicity, gender, class, religion, stage of development, age or personal circumstance.
• An equal esteem for all people as Learners, regardless of ethnicity, gender, class, religion, stage of development, age or personal circumstance.
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Mel Clarke, Paralympic archer was the guest speaker at the inaugural City Secondary School Sports Awards Evening on Monday 9th July held at Dunstall Racecourse. Mel’s talk was inspirational for the audience challenging the city’s young people and their parents never...read more
A massive thankyou to Year 11’s who will be starting Year 12 in September for attending our induction programme this week. We will be making slight changes tomorrow to this programme so please come along in order to help unite our sixth form community and in...read more
Smestow Schools Young Health Champions (YHC) attended ‘The Art of Emotional Well-Being And Resilience’ sponsored by PLANit Global and Park Village Education Centre on Friday 6th July at Wolverhampton Science Park. Donald Brown, spoke to the YHC about digging deep in...read more
Year 9 students have recently taken part in a rock painting project. The decorated rocks were inspired by the latest viral craze to sweep the country. Beautifully painted rocks are being hidden within communities in areas such as: parks, along walks and in...read more
We’re here and ready to celebrate Smestow’s sporting success this year at the first Wolverhampton Secondary Sport A… t.co/mcMIW8HWeu
Know someone who could inspire pupils in the world of science? We have two positions available - Subject Leader in… t.co/NBwOoxUHgi