You will have heard in the media about the possibility of snow coming our way. As colder weather is forecasted it seems appropriate to remind you of the school procedures in place, and where you can find up to date information, should the school need to close or operate alternative opening hours in the event of bad weather. Wherever possible, I will of course, endeavour to keep the school open. However, there may be occasions […]

Keeping children safe is everyone’s priority. Arlington Business Park in Reading will be holding a FREE internet safety talk for parents on Tuesday 13th March from 12:30-1:30pm. The aim of the training is to  help parents to understand more the world of social media and internet usage that children are now exposed to. The workshop is free to attend and we have free parking on site All you would need to do to attend is sign […]

On Wednesday during our Half Term break, some of our pupils and their families were invited in to school for Stay and Play. We learned how to play with each other, we met new people and had a drink and a chat together. There were are wide range of activities including activities in the Sensory Room, messy play, Valentines activities and a special sensory story from ‘Swings and Smiles’ about pancakes! Thank you to Marnie, our Autism […]

Although we have only been back at school for just over 6 weeks, when I reflect on this half term, the staff and pupils have been very busy indeed. As I mentioned in the Christmas Newsletter, we welcomed two new teachers to the team in January. Shelley Riley joined us from Arbour Vale School as Head of Key Stage 4. We also welcomed Alex Gomez to our 6th Form teaching team who worked at Prior’s […]

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