Halesowen’s Christmas Officially Begins

Students from Halesowen Schools gathered together in a festive extravaganza to welcome in the season of good will today, as they were joined by the Mayor and other dignitaries, to officially dedicate the town centre Christmas Tree. All were in good cheer as, following the Mayor’s address, they sang carols […]


Christmas Fair raises £570 for Friends of The Earls

Thanks to the huge generosity of parents and the hard work of many students and staff, last Friday’s Friends of The Earls Christmas Fair raised £570 to support the group’s work. Friends of The Earls holds activities throughout the year in order to raise funds that are used to support […]


Arts Award News

This Friday, we continued looking at Clay Animation and all students had the opportunity to design and create their own clay model so they could get used to working with the clay. Their designs were really creative and unique. We can’t wait to have a ago at animating them into small […]


Year 10 DofE Students Take to The Hills

Year 10 students, who have undertaken to work towards their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award, applied their newly acquired map reading and compass skills during a visit to The Clent Hills last recently. The award, which involves learning a wide range of skills, including navigation, is invaluable in developing independence, […]


Former Earls Student to Climb Kilimanjaro for Meningitis Research.

In 2018 former earls student Emma Fogarty will be joining with fellow University of Southampton undergraduates to climb 5895m Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, in the hope of raising much needed funds for Meningitis research. Emma hopes to raise £3400 personally. Anyone wishing to support Emma with a donation can […]


“What a Wonderful World”

“Year 9 students were invited to enter a writing competition run by the English department last half term which required them to rewrite the lyrics to Louis Armstrong’s ‘What a Wonderful World’ taking inspiration from their current unit of study focused on dystopian literature. We received some fantastic entries from […]


Yr8 & 9 House Engineering Competition

This year’s house engineering competition saw students building bridges in order to support the greatest weight possible in order to win. Shenstone were victorious and also set a new record weight for the competition. Results for the competition: 1st Shenstone (new record with 46 blocks): Thomas Sadler 9R, Grace Adams […]


Macmillan Cake Sale raises £445

What can I say, we have an amazing school of wonderful ,selfless young adults who have baked and decorated cakes, stayed and socialised together even after school has finished and all at the end of what has been a very busy and successful open week . Therefore I want to say […]


African Dance Workshops

Another amazing day of African Dance Workshops delivered by African cultural specialist and Master Drummer, Steve Blagrove. Students from all years were treated to Steve’s monster African moves and grooves.


Blood Brothers at Cardiff New Theatre

On September 27th Earls’ drama students travelled to Cardiff to enjoy Bill Kenwright’s production of Willy Russell’s acclaimed musical Blood Brothers. The show tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences. […]


Fresher’s Fair 2017

Year 7 students and their parents had a great opportunity to see what The Earls and some of its many partner organisations had to offer this afternoon, at the 2017 Earls Fresher’s Fair. From rugby to Shakespeare and from chess to journalism, the range of opportunities for our newest students […]


Results are in!

Today, along with 16 year olds across the country, the young people of The Earls High School have been receiving their GCSE results. Amidst lots of excitement along with every other parent and student receiving results today, there has been some trepidation surrounding the new exam grading in English and […]