Welcome to Aldersley High School
I am delighted to introduce myself as the Headteacher of Aldersley High School. Having been born and raised locally myself and spent the majority of my career in education working in schools across Wolverhampton I feel incredibly privileged to be leading our school and wider community through its next stage of development and ongoing improvement. I am a huge advocate of the power of a strong home – school relationship, and believe there is nothing more supportive and purposeful for a young person than seeing their parents or carers and school working closely together to foster their individual development and growth.
I’m honoured to lead and work alongside a team of highly skilled and dedicated professionals who share in my passion for our students to achieve the best possible outcomes. We believe that education is much more than academic results; it is about being prepared, challenging yourself and showing respect in order to develop into well-rounded, confident individuals who are driven to make a positive contribution to society.
Our aim is to provide an outstanding educational experience for all of our students and to ensure they are prepared for further education and the world of work. We genuinely believe in and invest in all of our students and set the highest of standards with aspirational targets. We are determined to deliver excellence in all we do, challenging and inspiring our young people to achieve and to enjoy their school experience.
We believe that our carefully planned knowledge-rich curriculum is aspirational, creative and engaging as well as being meaningful and purposeful. We combine this with outstanding pastoral care and exciting opportunities beyond the classroom to challenge and inspire our children to be the best possible version of themselves.
As a proud dad of 2, I want for your child exactly the same that I want for my own; for them to be happy at school, to challenge themselves academically and to develop into well rounded young adults that leave school with both the skill set and aspirations to achieve well. I look forward to meeting you in due course and welcome you to visit at your convenience.
Seneca Revision Guides
Keeping Children Safe
Literacy for Students
As we move towards the close of Autumn 1 I wanted to wish you all a lovely half term break with your nearest and dearest. I am once again extremely proud to report of the progress our students are making both individually as a wider collective community.
As we move through week 3 of the academic year it is great to see our community back in full swing at Aldersley High School.
I would like to invite you to attend our Meet the Tutor Evening on Monday 2nd October 2023 at Aldersley High School