Wednesfield High News – 21/09/18

Creative performance
Kayshaan Samuels who has recently joined Wednesfield High School has had chance to display his passion for music and dance.
Kayshaan attended his first ever audition in June for the Motown: The Musical tour and has been called back to London on multiple occasions to perfect
the songs and dances required for the show with vocal coaches and choreographers. In September, Kayshaan will be assessed by a team of Creative
Directors from America.

GCSE Performance – Year 11
The following students all achieved grade 9 in their summer GCSE courses. Well done to those students on their achievement!
Louis Clark: Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Millicent Cullis: History
Kaylen Darnbrook: Chemistry and Physics
Reygn Done: Chemistry
Kieran Patel: Maths & Physics
Edward Savage: Physics
Reygn Done – A* GCSE Psychology
Louie Clark – A* Finance NQF L2
Faiza Zahid – A* Urdu GCSE

Careers Hub
Wednesfield High Academy are proud to announce that we are one of the nationally selected schools to be part of the Black Country Careers Hub. This
will provide access for our students to a wealth of careers resources and greater opportunities for employer engagement, all of which will support them
in pursuing their chosen career pathway

Wednesfield News – Week Commencing 02/07/2018

Year 11 Prom night

On Friday 29th of June, Year 11 students from Wednesfield High School enjoyed a brilliant Prom night at the Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton. The students dressed in a variety of suites and dresses and they enjoyed their last social event as a year group together. Staff commented on the warm and friendly atmosphere during the evening and the students had a great meal and opportunity to dance the night away. Throughout the evening the students were well behaved and a credit to the school.


Year 12

Our Year 12 students have begun a week of work experience in the local community. Students have been planning for different work places and experiences, to support their future career ideas. The work experience week builds on the skills developed through “futures week” in which students met a range of universities and businesses. We look forward to seeing the students again next week and finding out about their experiences in the real world of business and enterprise.


Engineering Inspiration?

Click here to read about inspirational young engineers

If you have any questions after reading this please speak to Mr Smallwood, Mrs Griffiths or Mr McCulloch who will be able to offer further advice or support.



Wednesfield News – Week Commencing 30/04/2018

Sports Leaders Shine!

Our Year 10 Sports Leaders helped to organised and manage a Tri Golf Tournament on Tuesday 1st of May 2018. We had five visiting Primary Schools who came in to have a go at various Tri Golf activities that our leaders had planned, set up and delivered. Our leaders were absolutely outstanding and a teacher from Elston Hall Primary took the time to praise how fabulous they had been at interacting with the students and motivating them all.

Our colleague from OSWB Academy  who leads the Primary school sport programme was so impressed and thought all the students were amazing role models for the local community.

They were a credit to the PE Department and absolutely justified the importance of courses like Sports Leaders. We are really proud of all involved.


Individual Achievements

  • Caitlan Price in Year 12 has made a fantastic 3D model of a classroom environment that is conducive to learning for early years education and is literacy and numeracy rich. She certainly went above and beyond with this classroom, with working lights and a homemade slime gel floor in the sensory room. A sand pit and realistic grass made from crayon shavings in the outside area, and mini coat pegs, tables with mini glass resource jars and carpet on the floors are just some of the amazing equipment she has considered to support children’s holistic development.
  • Radeena Dheensa in Year 12 scored an amazing 59 out of 60 in her Financial Planning exam. Her outstanding score represents the hard work and commitment she has shown in level 3 studies. Fantastic achievement, well done.


UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) – Education for a connected world

The internet opens up a world of entertainment, opportunity and knowledge for our students. We urge you always use it safely.

The document link below supports one of the key aims of the government’s Internet Safety Strategy of supporting children to stay safe and make a positive contribution online, as well enabling teachers to develop effective strategies for understanding and handling online risks.


Click Here – Education for a connected world


Thursday 29th March 2018

The Academy will close on Thursday 29th March for Easter.

We will close at 12.15, lunch will be available for students entitled to free school meals before they leave site.

Students will be able to wear what they want for a donation of £1 which will be given t a local charity.

We hope that you have a good Easter holidays.