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Author Visit

  On Tuesday 24th January 10 girls from Year 7 and 8 accompanied the Librarians to Wolverhampton Grammar School to listen to author Katy Birchall inspire readers with her debut novel ‘It Girl’. Since its publication in 2016 she has written 2 more books in the hugely popular series based on a painfully shy, clumsy…

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Year 13 Young Enterprise Visit

Three Year 13 Business Studies students, Sam Powell, Oliver Nash and Josh Bradley visited The Kingswinford School this week to help their Young Enterprise Team, Stand Out, with their company report. Stand Out make unique gifts and jewellery out of recycled cutlery and were recent winners of the best product at a recent trade show….

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The Wizard of Oz

We are looking forward to welcoming students, parents, staff and governors to our school production of The Wizard of Oz on Wednesday 7th, Thursday 8th and Friday 9th December.   The cast includes students from all year groups at the school, from Year 7 (Dorothy) right the way through to Year 13 (the Tinman).  …

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Windsor Wonderland Christmas Fayre

Windsor Wonderland Christmas Fayre in association with WHSA  Friday 2 December 2016, 4.30 pm – 7 pm Why not join us for an evening of festive fun and celebration? There will be games organised by students and staff as well as over 20 craft stalls run either by Windsor students or local community craft enterprises….

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Library Christmas Competition 2016

Can you design a book cover? Can you write the blurb? If you would like to enter our Library Christmas 2016 competition please click here for further information.

Seasons Reading Lists 2016

There is definitely the sense that the year is on the wain and what better way to while away the dark evenings than curled up with a good book? Cosy fires, hot chocolate and an endless source of new worlds to discover. So have a look at the titles in the lists below …there will…

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Autumn Reading Lists 2016

A new term and a new selection of titles for you to indulge in.  From World War II spies to under-cover agents, from Montana to Switzerland, from lost memories to special powers, there is a range of stories to choose from. So go ahead and leaf through a good book this Autumn. Autumn Reading List  

Lazy Days Reading 2016

Here is a selection of titles that will brighten up the Summer days. There is nothing else quite like lazing away with a good book…if you’ve never tried it, give it a go. Loose yourself in the words, immerse yourself in other lives. It’s well worth it. Lazy Days Reading 2016

Summer Reading Lists 2016

Here is a selection of new titles that will brighten up the Summer days. From warring demi-gods to broken-hearted girls, from a road trip across America to an outer-space Othello, these tales will engross and engage. There is nothing else quite like lazing away with a good book…if you’ve never tried it, give it a…

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