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Following a confirmed COVID case and the required self-isolating procedures for key members of staff in the Academy, we are unable to reopen safely on Monday 2 November. The self-isolation of these staff ends on Tuesday 3rd November when we intend to reopen. Also, due to unforeseen circumstances the academy is to organise an additional Inset Day on Friday 6th November.

Dear Parents, 

I am delighted to welcome you to Smestow School. We provide a broad and balanced academic and vocational curriculum designed to support a real focus on our programme of personal development.

We are committed to ‘Building People’ with the skills and knowledge to become active and successful members of society. Everything we do in school is aimed at promoting a passion for lifelong learning and striving to uncover our students’ talents and interests. Our care and compassion are central to our ‘family’ atmosphere, which has served us well in our response to the current national challenges

Our values of Respect, Resilience, Honesty, Integrity and Accountability are the cornerstone of our personal development programme. Commitment to charity is at the heart of our community spirit, we believe in making a difference. From whole school projects to dedicated individuals, we celebrate the commitment to people less fortunate than ourselves and revel in the teamwork necessary to fund raise effectively

At Smestow, we pride ourselves on our history as a Sports College winning the Inclusive School of the Year Award for Sport from Wolverhampton’s Sports’ Awards last summer. Our students have a reputation of supporting local primary sports festivals to share their enthusiasm and ability in a wide variety of opportunities. This underpins our involvement in the Duke Of Edinburgh Award programme which is well established at the school. These are only a small part of the extra-curricular opportunities on offer, with music, art, foreign and UK travel experiences as well as leadership opportunities available. We are active participants in the Wolverhampton Youth Forum.

The newly formed UWMAT 6th Form is a partnership harnessing the best quality of sixth form provision Wolverhampton has to offer with high levels of vocational and academic progress. Guaranteed University of Wolverhampton progression routes on satisfactory completion of study emphasises our commitment to Higher Education. A number of staff have also continued their studies to demonstrate that education is a lifelong journey. 

We are determined to provide an excellent educational experience for all students. We want the best for our students and the best for our community.

Kind Regards,

Mr D Smith

Interim Head of School

 

 

 

 

New, exciting Sixth Form provision in Wolverhampton.

Merging two of the most successful Sixth Forms for student progress within Wolverhampton

Operating out of two campuses: Smestow School and Wednesfield High Academy

Wide variety of both Academic and Vocational courses for students to study.

Free transport is provided between the two campuses

New Chromebook provided for every Year 12 student after demonstrating successful transition into Sixth Form life during the first half term.

Limited places are still available. Applications are invited from Year 11 students across Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas.

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'A caring and dedicated team of staff works closely with parents, carers and pupils.'

Ofsted 2019

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UPCOMINGEVENTS

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6Nov
INSET DAY
20Nov
Staff INSET Day
19Dec
End of Term Closure
4Jan
Staff INSET

If you would like more information about joining the Trust, or would like an informal chat about our work, please don’t hesitate to call Professor Michelle Shaw on: 01902 518592. JOIN THE TRUST