An excellent opportunity to work as part of a team, as an Apprentice Property Maintenance Operative, within the Bishop Cleary Multi Academy Company working across 5 schools in Wolverhampton . If you are practically minded with a can do attitude, then we really would like to hear from you.
Please see the Government Apprenticeship Website for more information by following this link:- https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-138397
Closing date: 12:00 Friday 1 September 2017
Check out the key dates regarding examination results and the arrangements for the start of the new academic year.
The Digital Learning Awards (The DIGIs) is a fabulous city wide annual competition, hosted by Learning Technologies Team, which celebrates the achievements of learners and teachers in digital film and media creativity of all types.
This year, the The DIGIs 2017 was held on Monday July 10th, at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, celebrating the work of Key Stage 2 – 5 learners.
We are delighted to announce that the finalists/ winners from our Academy were:
Amar Randhawa – Year 11 (WINNER Key Stage 4 Best Design) for his Iron Man Hand Lamp
Yu Ting Xue – Year 11 (FINALIST Key Stage 4 Best Artwork) for her piece entitled ‘Dancing in Wolverhampton’
Jack Dwight – Year 13 (WINNER Key Stage 5 Best Design)for his work depicting a Re-Design of East Midlands Airport
This is was truly a proud and joyous evening for the parents and for the staff in the Art,Design & Technology department who attended.
Well done to Yu Ting, Amar and Jack.
You can find more information on:
Jack Dwight – Year 13 (WINNER Key Stage 5 Best Design)
Amar Randhawa – Year 11 (WINNER Key Stage 4 Best Design)
Yu Ting Xue -Year 11 (FINALIST Key Stage 4 Best Artwork)
A variety of athletics-based activities for 6 to 16 year olds will take place at Aldersley Stadium from 31st July to 4th August, and again from 14th to 18th August.
Sessions start at 9.00am and run until 2.00pm.
Only £30 for the week per person.
For further information and booking please see the poster for details or contact
Tobias Nwenwu on 07445359546
Congratulations to Jessica Banks in Year 12 who has qualified for this year’s National Swimming Championships in August and the Nationals Open Water swimming 5K event. She is a very talented swimmer who trains really hard throughout the week as well as studying for her A Levels. Another future Olympian we hope! Good luck for both events Jessica!
Over the last few days year 11 pupils have been working hard in their GCSE Art exam. This year pupils have again produced some fantastic work. St Edmund’s is really looking forward to showing off this work along with other examples in the Art & Technology Exhibition on 28th June this year in the Technology Department.
Well done all and keep up the good work.
A former student at St Edmund’s Catholic Academy, Wolverhampton, described by his former Head of Year as ‘A bit of a tearaway in his early years!’ has certainly turned his life around and given his former secondary school something to be proud of!
St Edmund’s were recently advised that Trooper Levi Coyne, former student from 2006 to 2011, now aged 21, was one of four hundred soldiers who were involved in Exercise Saber Junction 17. Levi played a key part in this exercise as driver of a Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank and was representing The Queen’s Royal Hussars in Bavaria, Southern Germany. A total of 4,500 soldiers from 13 NATO contributing nations took part.
Levi commented ‘It has been very challenging. The ground is very boggy and has lots of tight wood blocks making it difficult to manoeuvre around. It’s not terrain we are familiar with so you have to be vigilant all the time to make sure a track doesn’t slip or that the tank gets bogged down. Although I am a junior member of the crew we are all learning and it’s a case of remembering your key soldiering skills and working together to overcome problems when we encounter them’.
Levi, an avid Wolves supporter, said how much he was enjoying his time with the Regiment in Germany travelling and seeing many of the attractions that Europe has to offer.
Principal, Maggie Hughes commented, ‘I am happy that St Edmund’s has provided Levi with the learning, knowledge and skills to carry out this demanding role responsibly and courageously. The opportunities with which he is being provided will help develop his character, resilience and spirit. We are very proud of him indeed’.
Trooper Levi Coyne QRH
We ran a Sixth Form Prayer Competition last term and the winners were Georgia Everiss (Year 12) and Isabella Rumpler-Hart (Year 12). Their prayer was chosen to be used in assemblies and in tutor periods across Sixth Form. It was a hard decision and we had some really touching and creative entries, but we felt that this prayer was perfect for everyday use in Sixth Form and had a real feeling of positivity, reflection and community. Both girls received a £30 voucher and all entries received boxes of chocolates. The winning prayer as well as the other entries will be on display in Sixth Form.
Do you have the ambition and determination to secure positive outcomes for our young people? Are you an outstanding teacher with a track record of excellent results and good practice, then we want to hear from you.
St Edmund’s Catholic Academy mission is to nurture the gifts and talents of every student and every member of staff and, as such, is a very supportive, special place to work.
We are seeking a well-qualified, enthusiastic and dedicated Teacher of Drama to join our dynamic and successful Department. You will be involved with the annual programme of Liturgical events, weekly enrichment activities and annual showcase events within the Performing Arts Department.
This post is suitable for either newly qualified teachers, or more experienced teachers. The successful applicant will teach Drama at Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. At Key Stages 4 and 5 you may also need to teach BTEC or other vocational courses.
Being an excellent team player with strong interpersonal skills, the successful candidate will receive a comprehensive induction and professional development opportunities.
For more information go to our vacancy page:
Are you looking for a new challenge? Are you enthusiastic, self-motivated and an adaptable individual who wants to join an outstanding department in this oversubscribed Academy?
This role may suit you if you have excellent DIY and workshop skills. Training will be given to operate band saw, circular saw, pillar drill, metal/woodworking lathe and milling machine, CAD/CAM although previous experience will be an advantage.
Successful applicants will:
- Have an understanding of health & Safety implications and workshop practice
- Be able to prioritise and plan effective support for multiple areas
- Be an excellent communicator who develops positive relationships with students and staff alike
- Willingness to work in a busy school environment
For more information go to our vacancy page: http://www.stedmundscloud.co.uk/jobs/technology-technician/