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The Shrubbery School, Sutton Coldfield
Y4 will be swimming every Monday starting the first day back - 11th June and Y6 will be swimming on Fridays, from 15th June | Break up from school - Friday 25th May 2018. Back to school - Monday 11th June 2018 | Open Morning for prospective parents - Tuesday 12th June (from 9.30am onwards). Come and look around our wonderful school | Nursery and Reception places are available for September 2018. Please telephone the school office on 0121 351 1582
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Wilson Stuart Active Society and Your School Games

What is Wilson Stuart Active Society (WSAS) CIC?

A Social Enterprise improving PE & School Sport in the Sutton Coldfield and Erdington communities.

Based at Wilson Stuart School, they work collaboratively with schools to promote PE, School Sport and Community Sport and advocate the School Games. 

Wilson Stuart Active Society is a 'Not for Profit' Community Interest Company (CIC) or Social Enterprise. All profits go back into the community they serve to ensure sustainability and high quality service for schools. 

WSAS is responsable for organising and running all level 2 competitions within Sutton Coldfield. WSAS offer over 40 competitions a year for all abilities. 

to check out the WSAS competition calendar CLICK HERE

We as a school compete in all WSAS competitions throughout the academic year. 

 

Levels of Competition

We here at The Shrubbery School offer a wide range of competition levels. We are very lucky to be able to offer our students Level 0 competition through our partnership and pilot work with The Youth Sports Trust (YST), Your School Games (YSG) and Topya Active. This is individual tailored competition through the use of the Topya Active App.

We also offer Level 1 inter-house competitions throughout the academic year during the conclusion of a topic. We often use our Level 1 competition results to select our ‘A’ teams for the Level 2 competitions.

We participate in a wide variety of Level 2 competitions each academic year through the WS Active Society (WSAS) and many other partner organisations. Level 2 competitions are intra-school festivals in which we compete against other local schools. If the school is successful in the Level 2 competitions then they may qualify for a Level 3 competition.

Level 3 competitions are regional competitions in which the school would represent the town or sports partnership.