Today we celebrated World Down Syndrome day by “Rocking Our Socks!” Most of the school were in odd socks today! In our classes we talked about Down Syndrome. We also discussed all our similarities and differences and what being inclusive means to us. We shared our ideas in assembly with our friends from mainstream and […]
After our “snow extended” winter break we returned to riding this week. The children all did really well, even though some of the new riders were very nervous. The ponies all behaved very well and the children had a great time. Leon and Finley rode Petal. William and Aiden rode Volley. Sophie and Eve rode […]
This week has been very busy but has given the children some amazing experiences! We have thought about mindfulness as part of our well-being week. We made mindfulness jars, had a mindful snack using our senses and went for a mindful walk around school. In addition to this, we have had relaxation time and visited […]
Today a group of children from the SU were invited to visit Smurfit Kappa. The company have already given us £1000 towards our playground project and today we said a big thank you to them. We joined a big meeting for all the employees to learn about our Project Playground. They also gave us another cheque for […]
Today we are off to Smurfit Kappa to talk to them about our Project Playground and to have a look around their factory. We want to show them pictures of our playground now and talk to them about how we want to improve it. We also want to tell them all about our SU and […]
Wednesday 13th December. Rehearsals are well under way for this years performance and it is promising to be as wonderful as ever. Make sure you have the date in your diary
Today David and Andrea from Smurfit Kappa visited school to give us a cheque for £1000 towards our playground fund! The children were excited to receive the large cheque and David and Andrea enjoyed meeting us all in the SU. THANK YOU Smurfitt Kappa!
Today we were very lucky to have “Home grown and raised” visit us at school. All the classes had a turn to spend time with the animals. For our younger children this was a very exciting animal experience whilst our older children had been thinking of questions to ask the farmers about the animals and how […]
Today – Friday 22nd September – Green, Orange, Yellow and Red class went to The Derngate theatre to see “The Tiger Who Came To Tea”. The show stayed true to the book and we all really enjoyed it. All the staff were proud of how well everyone behaved.
We have had a fantastic day enjoying being outdoors in the environment. We have had the opportunity to explore the field – bug hunting, bird watching, hill rolling, bubble blowing, a blindfold walk, making a wildlife collage and a tug of war! On the SU playground we went on a bear hunt. We had a […]