Pete has worked in education for over twenty years, primarily working with students with special educational needs. During this time, he has been an award winning teacher, local authority advisor and senior leader. He has a wealth of experience and has earned respect internationally for his specialist stories and resources for more complex learners. During his career he has delivered presentations to professionals internationally including medical staff at Great Ormond Street Hospital, teachers from across the world at BETT in London and hundreds of teachers at the University of Hong Kong. He has had articles published in the Times Educational Supplement and writes a regular article for PMLD Link Magazine.
Letter from Family Liaison Officer.
The attached letter was sent out last week. Survey on parent workshops and opportunities. September 2017
Eileen Robinson. Family Liaison Officer.
Week beginning: 18 September 2017
As part of our employability module a large group of P16 students are planning and a preparing a Macmillan coffee afternoon 29.9.17. Photos to follow!
On Tuesday the 9th of May a group of girls from across the school took part in Girls Sports. The activities were “TEAM WORK”. The girls took part in different games and team building exercises to encourage them to work together. They finished off with a game of football and were all presented with a medal to reward their hard work and participation. WELL DONE GIRLS!
Some post 16 students have been to St Johns Church for their Community Challenge lesson. It is also part of their volunteering section for Duke of Edinburgh Award. During the visit, the students are treat to tea and biscuits and a chat with the residents of the local community The students have also made bat boxes and hedgehog houses for the church yard.
Science exams have started this week, good luck to all those taking part.
isaac: hello we are doing a blog
on monday we do pe and we did math and food tech
on tuesday we did tasks series and we did swimming
The children dazzled us with their creative costumes. During literacy they wrote about their favourite books and told their friends about them in assembly. We even had a special visit from The Flash!
We hope you all had a lovely half term and we are looking forward to the term ahead.
On Monday in Maths, John-Paul and Olivia worked together on colour recognition, whilst Holly and Luke worked on object recognition. Then we went to the small gym and played with the soft play. After lunch we all went to the sensory room for some stretches and explored our sensory box.
On Tuesday we enjoyed an Art lesson with Eileen, where we explored textures for our new topic. We then made the mix for our pancakes, which we were excited to eat! After lunch we began our new topic of ‘We’re Going On A Bear Hunt’ and read the book through as a class. Then we cooked and tasted our pancakes, Holly and Olivia loved the chocolate spread!
Wednesday was our favourite session, swimming. All the students were very excited to get back into the pool and all worked very hard on their targets. After swimming we had a snack and a drink whilst we wrote our shopping list. After lunch we went to the shops, where we bought lots of things for World Book Day party.
Thursday was World Book Day! We all went to an assembly where we talked about our favourite books and saw the other students costumes, which we fantastic. We had a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, as our staff were dressed as characters from Alice in Wonderland. In the afternoon we had visits from different teachers in our corridor, who came to read us their favourite story. It was a very fun and busy day and the students had a great time.
On Friday John-Paul and Olivia took part in their sitting programme in the classroom, whilst Holly and Luke went to the sensory room for their first TACPAC session. We then went to the art room where we made our very own bears for our bear hunt. After lunch we went round the school learning how to take pictures on iPad’s and then explored our sensory box.
Hope you all have a lovely weekend!