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PARALYMPIAN INSPIRES CITY’S CHILDREN

PARALYMPIAN INSPIRES CITY’S CHILDREN

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...

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Smestow Sixth Form Centre – Challenge & Community Days

Smestow Sixth Form Centre – Challenge & Community Days

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...

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#SmestowRocks

#SmestowRocks

  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...

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Hydrate Your Brain

Hydrate Your Brain

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...

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LEADERS EXCEL AT BLACK COUNTRY SCHOOL GAMES

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...

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RAF 100 Years

RAF 100 Years

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...

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Training the future of the NHS

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,...

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Warburton’s Surprise

Warburton’s Surprise

Louis Johnson in year 7 requested a grant from Warburtons to enable him to pay for a stall at the Tettenhall Round Table Summer Fete. In his spare time Louis raises a lot of money for charity and this was another way he could raise money for his chosen charity. On...

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Chromatography at University of Wolverhampton

Chromatography at University of Wolverhampton

On the 6th of June, seven of our Year 12 BTEC Applied science students went to the University of Wolverhampton to carry out Chromatography Practicals. These practicals were  part of their written assessment units. Students worked in the labs in the Rosalind Franklin...

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Community Day taking shape

Community Day taking shape

Plans are now well underway for our Community Day on Tuesday, July 17 - but we are still looking for people to get involved and help to make the event a huge success. Members of the public will be able to buy tickets in advance of the event, which will run from 4.30pm...

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Stand Up to Bullying Day

Smestow School is proud to support the Princess Diana Award’s – Stand up to bullying day on 13th June 2018.  Our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors will be co-ordinating a week long of activities including fund raising sales, training sessions for staff and students and also...

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AWESOME ATTENDANCE

Congratulations to Jack Carter who has achieved 100% from year 7 (2013) to year 11 (2018) !...

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STEM trip to Cosford

STEM trip to Cosford

A group of Year 8 students have been to Cosford Air Base as part of a Cyber Security Workshop, along with three other schools. The day began with the students being given a treasure hunt task around the hangars, so they could familiarise themselves with the layout of...

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Honourable Hero

On Saturday 19th May Louis Johnson in Y7 was invited to attend Birmingham Children’s Hospital as one of the ‘Hundred Heroes’ to celebrate his fundraising success. Louis was one of the nominees for the Young Fundraiser of the Year award and won! He was presented with a...

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Youth Sport Trust Mentoring Initiative

On Friday 27th April a group of Year 7 boys attended a Youth Sports Trust Mentoring Initiative. The 2 hour session was with Great Britain Athlete, Tom Davies, who specialises in Judo. This session included a range of activities which made the boys think more wisely...

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Three Cheers for the YEAR 3 FESTIVAL OF SPORT

Wednesday 2nd & Friday 4th May Smestow leaders welcomed 217 year 3 children from our local primary schools; Castlecroft, Uplands, Bhylls Acre and Christ Church. They enjoyed a morning of physical activity including cricket, multi skills, volleyball, athletics and...

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Year 11 examination arrangements 2018

Year 11 examination arrangements 2018

The examination period starts in earnest on Monday 14th May and in order to support the students during this very important time we are proposing the following: Normal timetabled lessons will continue unless students are in examinations until Friday 25th May. We will...

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New Intake Evening – Thursday 3rd May

It was super to see the children and their parents at the New Intake Evening last night. They enjoyed the evening especially the learning experiences in Science, Literacy, Numeracy and French. For some parents it was the first time they had been in a classroom for...

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Welcome to our new Year 7 students

Welcome to our new Year 7 students

A very warm welcome awaits our future Year 7 pupils and their families at the new intake evening this Thursday (3rd May). The evening will start at 6.30pm and will be the first introduction to Smestow School for parents whose children are starting Smestow in...

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Villarreal football trip: Tour diary

Villarreal football trip: Tour diary

A group of Smestow students have just returned from the trip of a lifetime to play at a professional Spanish football club’s training facility. The Year 8 and Year 9 students, along with Mr Webb, Mr Boden and Mr Davies, travelled to Villarreal in Spain for the second...

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Great start to Young Health Champions scheme

Great start to Young Health Champions scheme

Our Young Health Champions scheme is off to a flying start - with 15 students signing up to be trained for the role. We announced last month that Smestow was joining the national scheme which sees young people and organisations across the country playing an integral...

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Smestow team excel at RAF challenge

Smestow team excel at RAF challenge

A group of Smestow School students demonstrated fantastic teamwork and engineering skills at the STEM Glider Challenge at RAF Cosford. Three Year 8 boys, Iturza, Adam and Michael, and three Year 7 girls namely Abi, Charlotte and Paige flew the flag for Smestow at the...

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Fantastic fundraising results!

Fantastic fundraising results!

On the last day of last term 28th March the students at Smestow donated £1 to their chosen charity, and some students also completed sponsored events. Money collected on the last day of term from students totalled: SPORTS RELIEF - £346.51 CANCER RESEARCH -...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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,...

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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...

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Can you help your child with their revision?

Can you help your child with their revision?

Parents can get tips on how to help their child revise for important upcoming exams at a special session being held at the school later this month. Parents can be a valuable extra aid for pupils and we hope lots of people will come along to find out more. Angie...

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Get hands-on at parents’ forum

Get hands-on at parents’ forum

There is a great chance for parents to get hands-on with their child’s education by attending a forum this week. The Parents' Forum will take place on Thursday (March 22) and aims to give parents the opportunity of playing a more active role in the direction the...

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New head of school appointed

A new head of school has been appointed at Smestow, following the retirement of the current head, Martyn Morgan. Angie Lawrence has been Deputy Head at Smestow for three years and is replacing Mr Morgan, who will be retiring at the end of the school year and will be...

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Girls attend successful STEM conference

Girls attend successful STEM conference

Smestow students in Years 8 and 9 had a great morning at Wolverhampton University recently, where they took part in the International Women’s Day event, Careers in STEM Conference – Press for Progress. The morning started with a very inspirational keynote lecture from...

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Girls getting into STEM

Girls getting into STEM

A group of Smestow pupils are heading to a special event in Wolverhampton later this week to help inspire them for a future in STEM careers. STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - have traditionally been more popular for boys in schools, but times...

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Charlotte’s Long Journey wins award

Charlotte’s Long Journey wins award

A Smestow pupil has attended an awards ceremony in the Wolverhampton after her story was chosen as one of the finalists in a young author competition. Charlotte Crowther entered the competition for 7 to 14-year-olds which challenged youngsters to write a story with a...

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Smestow’s Strictly Sensation!

Smestow’s Strictly Sensation!

Smestow pupil, Scarlett Bennett, has successfully competed in the Champions of Tomorrow national competition at the Winter Gardens Ballroom in Blackpool. She competed in three competitions showing her talents in Ballroom and Latin dance and attained the following...

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Important mock exam information

Important mock exam information

This year we decided to try to get all exams into one week to minimise disruption to year 11 and their curriculum. They have been extremely mature with regards to the start of their exams and as such we would like to recognise how responsibly they have behaved. We...

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Mock exam timetable

Mock exam timetable

Here is the timetable for the forthcoming GCSE mock examinations and re-sits. Personalised timetables for each individual student have also been issued. January GCSE Mock Exams and Re-sits...

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A show of wonders

A show of wonders

Don't forget the annual Smestow Christmas performance will be held on Tuesday 19th December at 7pm. Tickets are available at the school office at £1 each.

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Christmas holiday information

Christmas holiday information

As is normal practice at this time of year, school will close for Christmas at lunchtime on the final day of term, which is Wednesday 20th December. Students will be dismissed from school between 11.50am and 12.15pm on Wednesday. School will then be closed for the...

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Smestow pupils on Wolverhampton Youth Council

Smestow pupils on Wolverhampton Youth Council

Three Smestow pupils did a great job of representing the school at the recent Wolverhampton Youth Council declaration event. Sanchia Ndlovu, Millie Betteridge and Holly Hawkins attended the event to be officially declared as youth councillors, which means they can now...

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Community Christmas meal at Smestow

Community Christmas meal at Smestow

There was a lovely Christmas atmosphere in Smestow when 25 people from the local community joined students for a festive lunch. The Year 10 food technology students prepared and cooked a two-course meal, which was, of course, turkey with all the trimmings, followed by...

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Children in Need success

Children in Need success

It was a fantastic effort by Smestow staff and students to raise £2,391.54 for Children in Need. The cake sale raised £207, copper challenge £166, Mr Mayor’s masterpiece £140 and the rest was raised through the non-uniform day and other sponsored events. Thank you...

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Brothers shine at cricket awards

Brothers shine at cricket awards

Brothers Arslan and Shukran were invited to the national Chance to Shine Awards in London to celebrate the success of their cricket coaching. They met Jason Roy, England T20 cricketer, and Devon Malcolm, former England player. It was amazing opportunity for them to...

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School is OPEN on Wednesday 13th December

The school will be open on Wednesday 13th December. We have been clearing the routes in and around the school grounds, and although students and parents will still need to take care, we are very keen to continue with business as usual, as much as possible. See you...

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School CLOSED on Tuesday 12th December

Despite our very best efforts we have been unable to ensure the site, and in particular staff and student access, is sufficiently safe and so with extreme reluctance have decided to close the school again on Tuesday 12th December.

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Smestow School CLOSED on Monday 11th December

We have taken the decision to close the school on Monday 11th December due to the hazardous weather conditions across Wolverhampton and beyond. Apologies if this inconveniences anyone but our number one priority has to be the safety of pupils, and the safest thing to...

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Smestow takes part in Stand Tall

Smestow School were delighted to take part in a community project organised by Wolverhampton Grand Theatre and Heath House Studios. Sixth form students within the Art department helped to create a Giant’s head, hands and feet. All participants across the region...

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Music concerts raising cash for charity

Music concerts raising cash for charity

Year 11 Music BTEC pupils have held a series of lunchtime and after-school concerts in November to Years 7-11. All proceeds from ticket sales and donations went to Children in Need and Macmillian Cancer Support. Well done to everyone involved!

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Smestow pupil in House of Commons debate

Smestow pupil in House of Commons debate

Smestow was represented on the famous green benches in Westminster when one of our pupils took part in a unique debate in Parliament. Mille Betteridge joined members of the UK Youth Parliament from across the country for the debate in the House of Commons on Friday...

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Two Smestow students off on world adventures

Two Smestow students off on world adventures

Two of our students will be representing England at two very different events in 2018 and 2019. Myrie Walker has been selected to go to the World Scout Jamboree in America in the summer of 2019, while Sophie Deeley will also be jetting off to the US next year for the...

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Ambassadors train ambassadors!

Ambassadors train ambassadors!

To conclude last half term, four of Smestow's Young Ambassadors, Leah Webley, Will Jennings, Jamine Marriott and Vivek Dass played a major role in the 'Play Unified' Primary Leadership Academy Event at Aldersley Leisure Village. The Smestow students researched,...

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Meet the new Smestow Student Leadership Team!

Meet the new Smestow Student Leadership Team!

Smestow is forming a leadership team made up of students for the first time - and we are delighted to announce the appointment of our first-ever Principals. Sixth-formers Lucy Trickett, Jasneek Athwal, Leah Webley and George Davis have been elected as School...

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Smestow open days

Smestow open days

We are throwing open our doors to show prospective new pupils how they can discover their true potential here at Smestow School. If you are considering secondary school options for your children, make sure you come along to our open evening on Thursday 28th September...

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Gold medallist at Smestow!

Gold medallist at Smestow!

One of our pupils, Alice Brand, has returned to start the new term as a Gold Medal winner as part of the England Cadet Volleyball squad at the UK School Games staged in Loughborough University over the last four days. Alice has worked really hard and thoroughly...

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GCSE results

GCSE results

There was huge expectation in the air here at Smestow School as pupils collected their GCSE results. Headteacher Martyn Morgan said: “It has been a nervous wait and I’m sure everyone was pleased to have finally found out how they got on. “Our headline figures are...

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Grading new GCSEs

Grading New GCSEs from 2017 Here is a guide to help you understand the new GCSE grades...

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A-Level results joy at Smestow

A-Level results joy at Smestow

Students and staff here at Smestow School are celebrating an excellent set of A-Level results with a 100% pass rate in over 20 subjects and improved performance overall. Headteacher Martyn Morgan said: “We know how hard the students have worked throughout their time...

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I went to Smestow – and look at me now!

I went to Smestow – and look at me now!

In the third of our series of articles catching up with former Smestow pupils, we meet Alice Power who was at school from 2005 to 2012, which in her words “feels like a lifetime ago!” Alice, it’s over to you... Since leaving Smestow I went on to study English Language...

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Smestow praised by Ofsted inspectors

Smestow praised by Ofsted inspectors

Smestow is making good progress to improve standards since its last inspection, Ofsted inspectors have said, and the school is on target for a “good” rating at its next inspection as long as current progress is maintained. The school was given a “requires improvement”...

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Smestow Leaders help at Play Unified

Smestow Leaders help at Play Unified

Play Unified is an international initiative to use the power of the red ball to help mainstream and children with special needs to play with and against each other. On Wednesday Leo, Charley and Jeevan refereed at the inaugural primary football festival at Walsall...

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Interactive Careers Event a big success

Interactive Careers Event a big success

On Thursday 29th June all students took part in an Interactive Careers Event. The event hosted over 30 different exhibitors from sectors as diverse as construction and engineering to childcare and media. Students spent time engaging with employers and universities to...

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Colour Run for Luke

Colour Run for Luke

8SLE and the family and friends of Luke Peter Astley will be undertaking a 5km ‘Colour Run’ in his memory on Wednesday 5th July 2017. Luke passed away suddenly in April and we will remember his kind and loving nature by raising funds for Birmingham Children’s Hospital...

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Leaders in charge at Black Country School Games

Leaders in charge at Black Country School Games

The Black Country School Games Level 3 Championships are the pinnacle of the sporting year for children and young people in the area. On Friday, June 23rd, 41 Smestow students traveled to the University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus to help lead the event. Four of...

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Junior Maths Challenge

Junior Maths Challenge

Maths Challenge is a national competition where students answer intriguing maths and logic questions. Although it is a multiple choice test, it is very tough! Some of our pupils in Years 7 and 8 took part in the Junior Maths Challenge (UKMT) and did very well. Over...

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Cricket Activators in action

Cricket Activators in action

On the hottest day of the year, Smestow's Cricket Activators officiated at the City Finals for Year 3 and 4 pupils. Having attended a course on how to umpire and score, the students took charge of the 15 matches on the day. Staff and organisers were full of praise for...

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Inspiring the jewellers of the future?

Inspiring the jewellers of the future?

Children at Smestow have been getting an expert insight into the world of fine metals thanks to a partnership with a jeweller. Philip Eccleston, a Walsall-based jeweller, has been working with a group of Year 10 pupils as part of their Resistant Materials studies, and...

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Hills Coach – revised route during roadworks

Hills Coach – revised route during roadworks

Clifford Street will be closed in both directions between its junction with Newhampton Road West and Sweetman Street until 4 July. During this time students who normally catch the Hills Coach at Clifford Street should now please go to the junction of New Hampton Road...

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Great School Run

Great School Run

The Great School Run took place on Friday 16th June. 19 year 10 leaders and 1 year 13 Sports Ambassador planned and lead the day on behalf of Smestow School. To give an insight to the magnitude of the event the following figures should suffice: 698 PRIMARY SCHOOL...

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Year 9 Leaders at Festival of Sport

Year 9 Leaders at Festival of Sport

Aldersley Leisure Village played host to the Year 5 Festival on Wednesday 14th June, with a range of Year 5 students from Primary Schools within the City participating. Our students received training the previous Monday by Mr Shaffery. As always Mr Shaffery was...

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Preparing for university

Preparing for university

As part of preparation for life after A Levels, Year 12 visited the annual UCAS Convention at the NEC in Birmingham. With over 300 exhibitors at the convention from all aspects of Post 18 life, including gap year opportunities, Universities, Higher Level...

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Hair today gone tomorrow!

Hair today gone tomorrow!

It was a case of hair today, gone tomorrow for one Smestow pupil who added another event to her growing list of charity endeavours. Jessica Hodgkiss, of Year 8, used to have long hair but decided to cut it short and help raise money for youngsters who are battling...

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Sociology superstars

Sociology superstars

At Smestow, we expect effort and commitment from all of our students. But sociology teacher, Miss King, says she has been lucky enough to teach a group for the past two years who have each gone above and beyond. She says: "The 2015-17 sociology group have, from day...

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Castlecroft and Smestow join forces

Castlecroft and Smestow join forces

Youngsters from Castlecroft Primary School have been having fun at Smestow as part of a new project to build links between the two schools. Children from Year 5 at Castlecroft have been taking part in a number of activities to develop their STEM (science, technology,...

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Supportive student group gets big thumbs up

Supportive student group gets big thumbs up

A group set up to give students a “sanctuary” at Smestow has proven so popular that there is already a waiting list of pupils wanting to join. The Connect Club was established for pupils who want to take part in structured activities during the lunchtime break. There...

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Smestow girls keep dancing!

Smestow girls keep dancing!

A group of girls from Smestow are doing themselves and the school proud in the world of dance. Year 10 students Tegan Watson, Sophie Deeley and Holly Hawkins, along with Year 8 pupil Tajah Shea, are all dedicated dancers at various academies in the Midlands. Sophie...

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Why choose Smestow Sixth Form?

Why choose Smestow Sixth Form?

If you want to go to university, Smestow Sixth Form is the best place to be - that’s the message from a student who tried college before coming to Smestow. Choosing where to study their A-Levels can be a difficult decision for Year 11 students with various options...

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Smestow Leaders in charge at Festival of Sport

Smestow Leaders in charge at Festival of Sport

In 2013, nearly 200 Year 3 pupils from Smestow’s partner primary schools took part in a Festival of Sport at Aldersley Leisure Village. Four years later, some of those same pupils, now in Year 7, were the Leaders who ran a whole day of different activities for the...

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Tarelle wows the crowds at Wolverhampton festival

Tarelle wows the crowds at Wolverhampton festival

We were delighted to see Smestow pupil Tarelle Harvey hit the stage at the recent WayFest event in Wolverhampton. Rap artist Tarelle performed in front of a crowd of more than 300 and went down a storm - well done Tarelle! You can read a full report on the event on...

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Smestow student encouraging an interest in politics

Smestow student encouraging an interest in politics

With a General Election looming, politics is at the forefront of the national news, but it has an extra significance for one Smestow student. Grace Hodgkiss, in Year 11, is a member of the Young Labour group and is doing her bit to get fellow pupils interested in...

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I went to Smestow – and look at me now!

I went to Smestow – and look at me now!

Welcome to the second in our series of articles catching up with former pupils of Smestow to see what they went on to achieve after leaving school. Here, we talk to Maxine Mallen who was at Smestow from 1989 to 1994 and is now a presenter on BBC Radio Stoke, as well...

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Smestow students off on American adventure

Smestow students off on American adventure

Two Smestow students are jetting off to America to work with youngsters at residential summer camps. Jacob Smith and Megan Hartley, who are both in their final year at Smestow Sixth Form, will be working at Camp America bases for three months. Megan is heading off to...

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I went to Smestow – and look at me now!

I went to Smestow – and look at me now!

In this series of articles we are catching up with former pupils of Smestow to see what they went on to achieve after leaving school. Here, we talk to Satnam Rana who was at Smestow from 1989 to 1995 and is now a familiar face as a news reporter on BBC Midlands...

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Smestow Awards Evening

Smestow Awards Evening

We will be celebrating the success and endeavour of our pupils at our awards evening in Wolverhampton on 5th April. The event will recognise the success of the 2015-16 Years 11 and 13, with students being given awards in a variety of categories for progress, academic...

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Fairtrade poster success

Fairtrade poster success

Earlier in March a group of Year 7s celebrated Fairtrade Fortnight by designing a range of posters including the slogan ‘Put Fairtrade in your break’. The posters were entered into a regional competition and we are happy to announce that three students were chosen to...

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Languages trip to Nice – deadline approaching!

Languages trip to Nice – deadline approaching!

Smestow students from Years 9 to 11 are being given a fantastic opportunity to travel to the south of France for a Languages trip later this year. The trip to Nice is due to take place during the October half-term and will give students the chance to immerse...

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Smestow Girls Can!

Smestow Girls Can!

A group of Smestow pupils had an inspiring day as part of the ‘This Girl Will’ event in Wolverhampton. Megan Harrison, Year 13 Ambassador for Smestow Girls Can, tells us about the experience... On Thursday 9th March, five sixth form girls and I took part in the ‘This...

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