This annual event is always popular with Primary Schools across the West Midlands, Staffordshire and Shropshire and parents of children in Year 5 are invited to bring them along to another Secondary School Discovery Day at Wolverhampton Grammar School on Saturday 19th May.
All the activities have been designed with Year 5 children in mind and will include fun opportunities to explore some curriculum topics that they may not have experienced before including a range of Languages, Physics and new technology.
Children will also be able to enjoy more familiar subjects including History, Geography, Music, and Sport, as well as the opportunity to explore our dedicated Art Gallery, Studios and Drama Theatre and lunch will be provided by our award winning catering team, Holroyd Howe.
This free event is open to all Year 5 children. The day will begin at 9am with a welcome and assembly followed by a shortened version of a typical day at school. A free lunch will be provided and children will be ready for collection at 3pm.
Parents are invited to join us for a refreshments on arrival and a short tour of the School is also available for anyone interested to see what the School has to offer in terms of facilities and teaching expertise.
Alternatively, contact Gail Evans on tel: 01902 421326 or email: email@example.com at Wolverhampton Grammar School for more details.
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