Secondary


School council

In order to raise funds for school council to spend on new squash and break time equipment for the rest of the school, the members arranged a ‘Onsie and Pyjama’ day. Tom created the letter to be sent out and Kieran went out to buy the squash for other pupils in school with Bradley purchasing the…

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Posted by Scott Worton on 21 September 2017

Green Fingers @ Brades

Students from all years have been busy sowing and growing fresh produce all year and at last, it's time to harvest - you can't beat the taste of home grown food! Why not contact us or come along to purchase some of the wonderful vegetables we are growing at The Brades. Below are the prices of…

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Posted by Narinder Singh on 7 September 2017

Sports Day

The Annual Sports Day was the biggest so far with Shenstone pupils and 5 sets of parents attending. It was again a record breaking day with LM posting a new 100m time of 12.28s; Brad Ma smashed his 800m record with a new time of 2mins 38 and FLJ smashed a 7 year record in discus of 23.75. The KS3…

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Posted by Scott Worton on 30 June 2017

Final League Table

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Posted by Narinder Singh on 9 June 2017

Outdoor Education- Mountain Biking

As part of the KS4 PE curriculum the pupils completed a number of routes around the area on the road and visiting local parks. The pupils used knowledge and experience gained in KS3 to ensure they kept themselves and the group safe. Well done boys!!

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Posted by Scott Worton on 3 May 2017

Dinner party @ school

On Wednesday 29th March students at The Brades Lodge site prepared, cooked and hosted a dinner party for an exclusive family clientele, as part of the Jamie Oliver National School Food Competition. The students had to design and deliver a high quality three course menu. After much thought the boys…

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Posted by Narinder Singh on 7 April 2017

Working For Marcus

All the pupils from the Brades Lodge had the opportunity to watch a Loudmouth production call ‘Working for Marcus’. Working for Marcus is a powerful theatre in education programme on child sexual exploitation (CSE) including online sexual exploitation and abuse by individuals, organised groups or…

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Posted by Scott Worton on 5 April 2017

Strongest Student Competition

The Brades Lodge held the first annual ‘ Strongest Student’ contest which was attended by four schools from around the country. There were seven events in two competitions for Key Stages 3 and 4 which compromised of:

Bench Press

Deadlift

Yolk

Loading Race

Minibus Pull

Log…

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Posted by Scott Worton on 17 February 2017

Brades Basketball

The Brades Lodge Lions recently had their second fixture against Sandwell Community School. The game was very competitive and played in an excellent spirit but SCS came out winners in the 4th quarter 28-20. An excellent display by all involved and well done The Lions.

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Posted by Scott Worton on 15 February 2017

Voices In My Head

Shenstone Lodge School – The Brades Lodge, under the Executive Headteacher Neil Toplass, is a secondary special school based in Oldbury that caters for students who experience Social Emotional and Mental Heath difficulties. Generally the students have been disengaged from education and lack the…

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Posted by Narinder Singh on 6 February 2017

Brades Lodge Lions roar to victory

We are proud to announce our Brades Lodge Lions have pulled off a great and hard earned victory against Sandwell Community School 24 - 20.

Congratulations to all the players and staff involved.

The game began at a very high tempo; action was back and forth, up and down but the Lions showed…

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Posted by Narinder Singh on 17 January 2017

Parental Engagement day

15th December 2016 saw Shenstone Lodge School – The Brades Lodge open its doors once again to the parents and carers of our students.

There were a number of workshops being run so that the parents / carers could experience first hand what it is like to be taught at The Brades Lodge.  In food…

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Posted by Narinder Singh on 16 December 2016