The Team GRACE LAWRENCE MAIA WILLIAMS JESS HODGKISS DAISY LILY GUY OLIVIA LUCAS BECKY PALMER HOLLY WHITEHOUSE SCARELTT GOODALL LIV MILLER MILLIE DAVIS RIA KALIRAI The year 9 team got off to a great start this season. Our Lady and St Chads hosted an informal friendly...read more
At 7 pm on 4th October, Mr Aseid took 4 girls to enter the ESSA Regional Swimming competition. This is the regional section of a national competition, which meant that the girls were competing against every other team across the country and their time would be...read more
The Smestow Year 9s started their league defence in style with a 3-1 victory at St Edmunds. With conditions very much against the lads’ style of play; it took them a while to adapt. This was evident when St Edmunds took an early lead with a strike from the edge of the...read more
What a game of Football! There’s no doubt Smestow Year 11 have talented footballers, but in a game that had plenty of twists and turns, joy and frustration; this performance was the most spirited I’ve witnessed and took part in, writes Alex Vukelic in cold and rainy...read more
The first half saw possession shared equally between the teams, but Coppice managed to get their shots away so they went into half time 2-0 up. The teams were equal and both were getting into scoring positions and Coppice might even have had a third but Adam Matthews...read more
After an incredible first season for the Year 7 rounders team, the girls remained undefeated in their pool. This resulted in them qualifying for the semi-finals of the Wolverhampton league. The girls played against The Royal School, who had finished top in their pool....read more
Smestow Ladies Netball Team have just completed a very successful second season. Throughout the season the girls went from strength to strength playing with six players on the occasional match (when Mia sustained an ankle injury), dashing from revision sessions...read more
The last game of the season was pretty spectacular! Moseley Park put our fielders under immense pressure and the girls stepped up. The lawn had been mowed which enabled the ball to travel what felt like miles. Collectively the team persevered and got the ball under...read more
Smestow vs. Aldersley Kharam Haire captained the team in another challenging game. Having to play with eight players was the first obstacle to overcome. Fortunately for Smestow Aldersley had the same handicap, making it a level playing field. The girls fought hard yet...read more
After the poor weather last week and the cancellations of two of the Year 8 matches, Year 8 were ready and raring to go and compete against St Peter’s on 7th June for their debut match. Judging by their training sessions they were ready to get the season off to a...read more
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It is important that you keep your brain hydrated in warm weather. Please make sure you bring a bottle that will hold sufficient liquid to get you through a double lesson. You may need to bring two bottles or a bottle which will hold two litres. Our brains work...read more
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...read more
On Thursday 14th June, Mr Webb and 15 very excited Year 7s headed over to RAF Cosford to celebrate 100 years of the RAF with their very own sports day. This was designed to give students a chance to try a number of sports that they haven’t tried before and in some...read more
Ten Smestow students from years 10 and 12 attended a Delivering Midwifery training day at the University of Wolverhampton. The day consisted of student Midwives talking to the students about their training and what to expect from being a Midwife in the real world,...read more
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