2017 A Level results

Well done to our 2017 A Level Cohort for excellent results! 95% A* – E, which include A* – B: 32.4% and A* – C: 65%. Breakdown of some of our subject Biology A* – B: 66% Chemistry A*- B: 20%; A* – C: 80% Maths A* – B: 29% Psychology A* – B: 40%; A* – C 80% Looking to start your A levels this September? Come and join an increasingly successful sixth form. Open enrolment on Thursday 24th August from 10:00am. Minimum entry Continue reading →

Visit to central library and Grand Central Station

On the 20th of January 2016, a group of students had the opportunity to go and visit the Birmingham Art Gallery and the New Grand Central Station. We students took the train with Mrs. Juss and arrived in Birmingham where we spent the day together and had a lot of fun and exciting experiences. The Art Gallery was hosting a exhibition which detailed the journey which Bengali women had to endure all the way to England and the hardships they had to faced when migrating. Continue reading →

Leadership Training Day at Wolverhampton University

On Wednesday 22nd October 2014 a group of year 9 and 10 students visited Walsall Campus Sports Centre, University of Wolverhampton, to take part in an afternoon of leadership training. Not everyone enjoys the traditional sports like football, rugby and cricket, therefore our students were given the opportunity to experience alternative sports including Jump Rope, Ultimate Frisbee and Street Cheer. The event was run by Matt Marson (School Games Organiser) in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust, Matalan and Sporting Pro. The aim of the leadership Continue reading →

E-safety – Year 7 Settling in Evening

At this week’s Year 7 Settling in Evening the following e-Safety information was shared with parents and carers:   Using the Internet safely at home Whilst many Internet Service Providers offer filtering systems to help safeguard your child at home, it remains surprisingly easy for children to access inappropriate material including unsuitable texts, pictures & movies. Parents are advised to set the security levels within Internet Explorer with this in mind. Locating the family computer in a family area, not a bedroom, will enable you to supervise children as they Continue reading →

E-safety at WWEA

Do you understand your child’s cyber culture, that is, the way in which s/he uses the internet and mobile devices such as mobile phones and tablets for homework, to play and socialise? Do you understand how to keep your child safe from on-line predators and cyberbullying? These issues are sometimes complex, both technically and psychologically, and we can often struggle to keep up. At West Walsall E-ACT Academy we take internet safety extremely seriously and have put in place a number of measures to ensure Continue reading →

WWEA Sports Relief 2014

Answering telephones at a local Walsall Call Centre for Sports Relief 2014 was an amazing experience for WWEA staff. We were priviledged to be invited to ‘do our bit’ for a few hours of our time. There was plenty of rivalry and fun, with Miss Boyce having the largest one-off donation of £500! Also joining Team WWEA was a former member of staff Mrs Bastable and former student Emma Wilkinson. Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed the evening and would be more than willing to do it Continue reading →