Key Stage 3 Progress enjoyed a hard earned reward trip to Southport today. They enjoyed a nice meal at Brewers Fayre and spent some time on the park playing football. Everyone had a fantastic time!
The move group has been working very hard the past few weeks and it is really starting to show! We are completing our circuit with dedication and completing harder tasks with more accuracy each week.
The staff and year 10 pupils worked non stop while the Year 11 pupils were at their prom to transform the department into a party location, it was amazing!
What a great educational visit, the students did us proud and were very well behaved as usual. The trip was interactive and the students enjoyed exploring, dressing up in the costumes and joining in with the activities.
Key Stage 4 have weclomed some of the Year 9 pupils who will be joining us in September. We have made the most of the sun and done some team building activities outside. We look forward to more fun in the sun and getting to know each other better over the coming weeks.
With our waterproofs on and rucksacks packed ready for the challenges and adventures ahead of us we were excited to set off on our journey to Tawd Vale Adventure Centre. We showed great navigation skills, using OS maps and photo maps to follow a route from school to Ruff Wood where we…
Wilson the pony looks forward to our visits every week, especially when he gets a good groom and a cuddle. See you next week Wilson!
As part of spending week some pupils chose to take part in a sensory story, we really enjoyed all the different materials, smells and experiences as part of the book. We look forward to spending more of our earnings next time!
Last week, students saved up their "WeLCHS" (West Lancs currency!) by doing a variety of jobs around the home and at school. This week students have been spending their "WeLCHS" on lots of nice treats. One of these treats was visiting a cafe for a drink and cake. One of our students then wrote…
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POWAR the council for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities have created a survey for young people with SEND to share what they think is the top issue for them. Once the results are in POWAR will create a campaign to raise awareness of…
Post 16 students have been learning about the Countryside Code in preparation for their expedition. Students have researched why the code have been developed and put in place and have used their research to design and make information leaflets and posters.
When on expedition the students will…
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