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News and Events

PP4-PP8 / 18.04.2024

Our students and staff are really enjoying using our new Small Canteen for independent living and social skills. A huge thank you to John Paul Construction! They have made a video showing the amazing work that was involved in the project.   https://vimeo.com/933603400?share=copy...

Whole School / 16.01.2024

Official opening of the Small Canteen / Independent Living Skills Area Wednesday 20th of December marked the official opening of our small canteen, an independent living area for our students. This space was gifted to us by John Paul Construction. Their team listened carefully to the...

PP4-PP8 / 29.11.2023

We are so proud of our new playground. We want to say a huge thank you to Difference Days and all of the parents and staff who have worked so hard on fundraising and completing our new playground. Click here to see the Difference Days Video...

PP4-PP8 / 22.05.2023

Students have been working hard on our Amber Flag. Here is a video showing some of the different activities students have been involved in. [embed]https://vimeo.com/user66987511/amberflag?share=copy[/embed]...

Pre-vocational, Whole School / 13.09.2022

Well done to all the students from pre-vocational 2021 - 2022 who took part in the Incredible Edibles Initiative. They struck gold! Students were awarded a gold certificate and rosette for their efforts. The teachers and pupils demonstrated a range of knowledge in their project...

PP4-PP8 / 08.06.2022

The home economics department in conjunction with the teachers and SNA’s from pre-vocational classes decided to join forces and roll out the Incredible Edibles Healthy Eating Programme. The hands-on SESE linked programme strengthened geography, science and maths learning together with creating opportunities to develop literacy...