Leasowes Sports Centre | New longer opening hours

Leasowes Sports Centre | Leasowes High School, Kent Road, Halesowen.

Phone: 01384 686 608 | Email: leasowessportscentre@leasowes.dudley.sch.uk


Gym, New Outdoor 3G Football Pitch, Roller Disco, Jordan School of Dance, ZUMBA, Rugby Tots, Air Dynamix Trampolining, Gary Hickman’s Kickboxing and Lady kickboxing, Badminton, Indoor Football.

Our sports facilities exist both for the benefit of the school and the community. Whether you are a club with hundreds of members seeking space to train, a 5-a-side team looking for a pitch, or just fancy a game of Badminton we are able to cater to all needs. Call centre manager Kane Taylor and staff for details.

New longer opening hours:

Monday – Friday: 4:30pm – 10:30pm

Saturday: 8:30am – 7:00pm

Sunday: 8:30am – 7:00pm

NEW: Max Power Judo | Call or email Kane for details | leasowessportscentre@leasowes.dudley.sch.uk | 01384 686 608

NEW: Walking Football | Call or email Kane for details on | leasowessportscentre@leasowes.dudley.sch.uk | 01384 686 608

Invictus Schools @ RAF Cosford Glider Challenge 2019

22 OCTOBER 2019

On Tuesday 22 October 3 of our schools competed in RAF Cosford’s Glider Challenge 2019!

The event was a huge success, all participating students from Kinver High, Leasowes High School and Wombourne High School behaved and performed impeccably!

Kinver won the trophy for best pitch and presentation and Leasowes were crown 2019 champions!

Invictus Director of D&T, Stuart Chatterton, had entered Leasowes in the event previously winning the event twice before. Mr Chatterton was very impressed with the standard of STEM talent across the Trust and wanted to thank D&T staff for supporting the event and helping our students enjoy another unique opportunity and elite experience.

Everyday, in every way our students come first.

There is a full gallery from the day available on the Invictus Facebook Page and a highlights reel on our YouTube channel



Greenhill ALC Young People, Families and Community Centre. Community Survey

Dear Community Member

Greenhill Alternative Learning Campus are looking to apply for funding to create a Young People, Families and Community Centre on their site. To assist us in their funding application could you please complete these questions as honestly as possible. Your responses will not only assist us in applying for funding but also help us to decide what to apply for.

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Train to Teach with Us!

Are you searching for a route into teaching? Or do you know of someone who is?

Whether it is Primary or Secondary education you are interested in.

Join us at Woodrush Community Hub on Wednesday 6th November at 6:00-7:30pm!

Discover your teaching potential and receive expert advice by attending this event. This open evening covers topics from how to apply to the interview process; advice available on a 1-1 individual basis.

For more information regarding this event, please contact teachingschool@woodrush.org

Click Here to view the flyer for the open evening.

Be Aware That You Must Book To Attend This Event.

Leasowes High School – A Good School!

On 24th and 25th September, Leasowes High School had a visit from Ofsted under a Section 8 inspection.  I am really pleased to inform the school community that we are still a ‘Good’ school.  You can read some of the finer details in the letter/report from Ofsted, but some of my highlights include:

“…staff really care about pupils and how they do.”

“…pupils…like coming to school.  They feel that it is a safe place to be and that bullying is not tolerated.”

“Younger pupils say that they already feel safe and that older pupils go out of their way to be kind to them.”

I am extremely proud of all involved in the inspection, in particular the staff, students and parents and want to thank each of them for their commitment and dedication and I believe this inspection report sums the school up perfectly in its journey to becoming an outstanding educational establishment.

Kind regards,

Mr M Mynott

Full Report Available Here

Woodrush Teaching School Alliance

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School Direct can be seen as more hands on, getting the chance to learn ‘on the job’. However you shouldn’t worry about being thrown in at the deep end. You will be part of a team from the very start, receiving intensive support from experienced teachers and mentors. That means you will not be teaching classes unsupported until the school thinks you are ready. Another great thing about School Direct is that unlike the University led-routes you will know the group of schools that you will be placed at and in some cases exactly which school. This gives you the opportunity if you so wish to go into the school/department before your course starts to meet the team, observe some lessons and help you settle in quickly, removing any nerves you may have. However it is not an expectation that you complete this if you have commitments. Follow the link for more information.