The School has forged good links within the local area as well as further afield. The support that the School can offer to the wider community from highly qualified staff is well regarded.
We are happy to support Rushall Olympic Football Team with the use of the School facilities as part of our community support.
Our vocational centre is currently being accessed by The Seeds School who offer a variety of courses such as construction, hospitality and catering and hair and beauty to KS4 students struggling in mainstream – see their statementl below for further information.
The Seeds School has enjoyed a successful working partnership and collaboration with Elmwood School since 2017.
As a local school seeking out excellent vocational facilities, Elmwood School were well positioned and forthcoming to help support The Seeds School with its aims and objectives for delivering an enriched curriculum for young people at key stage 4.
Our Independent School provides alternative education supporting young people who have become disengaged from mainstream learning and those who have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
The Seeds School is a non-denominational school for boys and girls aged between 14 – 16 years and has sites based in both Walsall and Telford.
Our innovative and diverse range of vocational learning is at the heart of our curriculum and the infrastructure at Elmwood School has helped our young people thrive in a well-equipped environment.
The Seeds School’s vocational pathways include Construction, Hairdressing, Hospitality & Catering and Physical Education. We include all key areas of the national curriculum which is embedded throughout the young person’s tailored learning programme.
As a result of our collaboration with Elmwood School helps to provide a valuable service to the young people, parents and carers residing in the Walsall borough and other neighbouring boroughs.
The Seeds School wishes to thank Elmwood School for its continued help and support, which makes a real difference to the lives and education of students attending our provision.
For more information about The Seeds School and its services, please visit: www.the-eds.org