‘WHA students worked with Stan’s Cafe, the Birmingham-based Arts Company, in an extraordinary memorial to those who died in the First World War. By naming dominoes designed to look like war graves after individual soldiers who fell at the Somme, students have help the arts group prepare for a show about the War to be performed in London and Birmingham. The dominoes were set up in the Sports Hall and then were knocked down as they will be in the show: over 15,000 dominoes were decorated and set up in a fantastic and moving team effort.’
Monday 28 April 2014- School will reopen to all students at 8.45 am
Monday 5 May 2014 – Bank Holiday – school will be closed to all staff & students
Tuesday 6 May 2014 - School will reopen to all students at 8.45am
On Friday 11 April 2014 students will be dismissed at 12.00 pm. LUNCH WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS ENTITLED TO FREE SCHOOL MEALS. If you would like our son/daughter to collect their lunch, sandwiches will be available
Please go to the School website for the full report
The Geography department would like to offer all GCSE pupils who will be studying Geography or History next year, the opportunity to attend and ‘once in a lifetime’ trip to Iceland during next February half-term (current year 8′s upwards)
Pupils will experience roaring waterfalls, active volcanoes, glacier walking, swimming in geothermal pools, geysers, and continental divide.
If you are interested in attending the trip, please see Mr Barnes as soon as possible for more information.
MONDAY – FIRST AID ROOM – 12.45PM-2.10PM
We can also help make sure that young people with disabilities, long term illness, or other needs can receive extra support when they need it. If we can’t provide the help ourselves, we will connect you with someone who can.
We provide a confidential service. This means that you can discuss personal information in confidence. We will not discuss your personal informatioWith anyone else without your permission. This includes parents and teachers. We would only pass on your information in order to protect you or someone else from serious harm. Wherever possible we would discuss this with you first.
School Nurses or Specialist Community Public Health Nurses are qualified nurses or midwives with specific graduate level educations, and work with a team tosupport you.
Non Judgemental We are here to help, not to judge.
If you are waiting for pupils at 3:00pm, can all parents ensure they are waiting outside the school grounds at 3:00pm and not in the main reception.
Please ensure that you contact your Head of House/ Guidance manager to let them know so that we work together to support your child when they need it.