Free Spirit Campaign

The children were invited to enter the Free Spirit art competition, a project aimed to raise the awareness of the importance of horses through history and raise money for a Horse Memorial at the National Arboretum. Children aged from 5 to 18 from across the country took part and...
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Changes Are Coming

I am delighted to become the Executive Headteacher at Mirus Academy. There is a lot to be done and I know that the staff, pupils, parents and governors want rapid, sustained improvement. Our focus is to improve the quality of learning for our pupils. We will do this by having :...
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Commonwealth Day

Recently the Mayor’s office contacted the Academy and invited a child, parent and teacher to join the Mayor of Walsall in a very special ‘Flying a flag for the Commonwealth Day’ on Monday, 9th March. This took place on the forecourt of Council House with other children from other...
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World Book Week

Children from the Primary Site of the Mirus Academy have been celebrating the wonder of books and the importance of reading during World Book Week.  The week started with a Book Fair in the Lower School after school.  Children, parents and staff had the opportunity to explore and...
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Guide Dogs For The Blind

During the month of March the primary site had a visitor during a Tuesday assembly. The dogs name was CJ and he was a reject guide dog. During this assembly they spoke about what the guide dogs do and how it is funded through charitable donations. The following week we sold items...
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