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Wednesfield College (Specialist Engineering School)
Lichfield Road, WV11 3ES Wednesfield
01902 558222

Welcome to Wednesfield High School Website

Dear Parent/Carer,

Peter Coates

Wednesfield High School is a Specialist Engineering School situated in the north east of Wolverhampton. We currently have over a thousand pupils on roll including 150 in the Sixth Form. We provide a high quality education to meet the needs of all our pupils within a framework that is both supportive and challenging. The school is proud to be the host school for Wolverhampton City Learning Centre. We have recently been accredited with the International School Award.

We believe every child is entitled to the best opportunities possible and we work hard to deliver that entitlement. We believe that we allow pupils the opportunity for real and meaningful success in every aspect of their education. This prospectus can only give a glimpse of the high standards of education that our school provides. Please come and look around the school and meet staff and pupils - just call to arrange a convenient time. I look forward to meeting you.

Our Promise To You

At Wednesfield High School we aim to deliver the best of everything to all.

We aim to:

  • Provide the opportunity for everyone to achieve the very best

  • Encourage and reward pupils whenever possible

  • Ensure that the school always displays a positive image

  • Reflect the diversity of all aspects of School to the benefit of everyone involved

We will:

  • Monitor and reflect upon our work to ensure further positive development

  • Encourage that all pupils receive care, encouragement and respect

  • Always encourage and maintain courtesy and helpfulness at all times

We believe in communication. Should you wish to contact the School for any reason, please do not hesitate to do so. It is only by working together that we may continue to maintain the highest possible standards in everything we do.

Wednesfield High School Aims:

  • To create a happy, caring and ordered environment in which pupils can feel secure and work to the best of their ability

  • To provide opportunities for pupils to be involved in many independent and inter-dependent areas of learning and experience

  • To help pupils develop lively, enquiring, imaginative and creative minds

  • To help pupils develop communication skills

  • To give pupils a sense of achievement

  • To help pupils develop a reasoned set of attitudes, values and beliefs

  • To encourage respect for others regardless of colour, creed, gender, personal or cultural background

  • To help pupils understand and respect the society and world in which they live

Peter Coates
September 2007

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