We offer our pupils a high quality of education, accessible to learners of varied abilities and different learning styles, whilst taking into consideration their social, emotional, behavioural and mental health needs.
The school is designated for 232 pupils with learning difficulties, and SEMH needs. Many pupils also have Autism Spectrum Conditions and communication difficulties or ADHD.
Pupdate from Buzz Hello everyone, as you might have seen and can see in the pictures, I've had a haircut. I was really pleased to get that long fur off, as it was getting very tangled and matted. However, I now know how it feels to be like Mr Starks, Mr Marshall and Mr Evans in the cold weather, its freezing cold!! I've been enjoying spending some time with pupils around the school. I have seen some on a 1:1 basis which I also really enjoy. I'm really looking forward to the rest of this term, and thank you everyone for looking after me so well.
It is Random Acts of Kindness Day on Monday 17 January and we are looking out for these at school. Have you completed any you'd like to share with us?
On Wednesday 12th January, pupils from years 10, 11 and Oaks class went on a trip to London. They visited the Tate Britain art gallery and went to watch Matilda the Musical. Pupils and staff had a brilliant day and it was a great experience for everyone involved. A big thank you to Mr Starks and Miss Vandepeer for organising such a brilliant day.
On Monday 17 January we will be celebrating Random Acts of Kindness Day and looking out for those acts from pupils and staff. Have you completed any you'd like to share with us?
Take a look at this fantastic work by Eagles class. They have been retelling stories of The Little Black Snake and explaining how the character changed throughout the story. Mrs Salter was so impressed she has asked the work to go on display in her office.
A reminder for all our secondary pupils. Please do your lateral flow test this week to help keep our school community safe.