The Year 10’s faced another challenging opposition in Ounsdale. The slick partnership from Ounsdale’s captain Lauren and Lissy on backstop ensured that many of our girls were out by 1st base. The team quickly understood that if they failed to make contact with the...read more
Smestow vs. Highfields The Year 10 rounders team experienced their second wave of success this week. Facing a challenging bowler meant that scoring anything in the first innings was looking remote. During the intermission the team lifted their heads up and stepped up...read more
Nine Year 7 girls played their first Rounders fixture of the season on Wednesday against St Peter’s School. It was the first time that the team had played together, with a few of the girls recruited in the days leading up to the game. However, despite their lack of...read more
The Rounders League has now started for the Year 9’s. Captained by Kharam Haire, we hosted the first fixture against St Peter’s. Luck was against the team from the off as we lost the toss and batted first. Any avid rounders player knows this can have a detrimental...read more
Nine girls from Year 8 attended the SSAW handball tournament to play against other teams in the Wolverhampton area. For the girls, this was their first experience of Handball. However, their lack of experience of the sport did not stop the girls winning their first...read more
The rounders league has begun and it is of no surprise that the Year 10s are off to a flying start. Captained by Victoria Joyce, Smestow hosted the fixture against St Peter’s. The team worked exceptionally hard on one of the hottest days of the year. By the end of the...read more
Six boys from Years 7 and 8 represented the school in an extremely competitive Handball competition recently. Captained by Ishmael Rowe, of Year 8, the boys were starting in a strong position. Throughout the tournament they went from strength to strength after losing...read more
Nine lads across Years 7-9 travelled to the Wolverhampton Wanderers stadium, Molineux, to take part in the Mander Centre Annual Football Tournament on Friday 19th May. With 14 teams there, Smestow were placed in Group A alongside Coppice, St Chad’s, Thorns, NEWA and...read more
Congratulations to the Smestow Year 8 and Under-18 footballers for winning their respective leagues this season. Not only did they each win the league, but they did so with the brilliant achievement of a 100% record. They have worked tremendously hard all season and...read more
The U18 football team took a massive leap towards the league title by earning themselves six points over the space of Tuesday and Wednesday. The first game was against top of the table Heath Park who came over to Smestow very confident that they were going to turn...read more
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Congratulations to all our A level and GCSE students. We are so proud of...read more
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
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