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Ben H in Year 9 has been very busy and we thought we would show you some of the things he has been making. As are Ben’s parents, the D&T department are super proud as he has learnt how to brick lay, use power and hand tools too. Well Done Ben👏 ... See MoreSee Less

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Get your entries in guys! Be creative, stay safe! ... See MoreSee Less

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Take a look at some of the ''language stones" that our students have made. The stones have been put around the local community ready for the year 6s to find. Students have painted these stones to help introduce our year 6s to languages! ... See MoreSee Less

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During the month of April our students completed 371'000 minutes of learning on Hegarty Maths....

That's almost 90 minutes of learning per week for EVERY student (on average) and this is ON TOP of their regular maths lessons.

What a fantastic resource for us to be able to offer our students.

Oh, and also....TWO OF THOSE WEEKS WERE THE EASTER 'BREAK'.

Every day, in every way our students come first.
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As we 'break up' for half term we thought we should share with you what our magnificent students and staff have achieved in the last 5 weeks: We have had 98'664 attendances to lessons by students, across over 5000 lessons!

There are so many individual achievements from each of our schools, but a big shout outs to Crestwood School who delivered a table topping 1433 lessons, Ellowes Hall Sports College who saw a whopping 23'132 student attendances to virtual lessons, Kinver High School who have the highest percentage of students attending virtual lessons and to Wombourne High School with over 1000 students attending lessons on the last day of the half term, the THIRD time they have reached over 1K in a day!

Leasowes and Pedmore are hot on their heels, watch this space!

We are always striving for more, can we reach over 100 000 attendances next half term, WE THINK SO!

We hope you enjoy your break and will see you back in virtual lessons a week on Monday!
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