Letter from our Acting Head

This is a copy of the letter that is being sent home on Friday 6th September 2019

 

Dear Parents and Carers,

September 2019 brings with it many new exhilarating opportunities for the new academic year. Our pupils look fantastic in their school uniforms and it is very encouraging to see…

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KS4 Progress have enjoyed starting ‘ Gothic Horror ‘ topic in English

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Superb First Week

KS4T have had an amazing start to the new school year! We are all feeling very proud of the brilliant work and the excellent team work that has been shown this week.

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Key Stage 4 Foundation are enjoying their first day back at school.

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West Lancs Has Got Talent 2019

What a fantastic celebration of our wonderful students' talents and abilities. We were delighted to welcome our Mayor Gaynar Owen and her Deputy Mayor who joined our judging team with Mrs Gibbons as 'Amanda Holden' and Matthew Bolas as 'SImon Cowell'. With over a third of the school involved in…

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Rufford Old Hall - KS3F

KS3F enjoyed their end of term trip to Rufford Old Hall. They especially enjoyed looking around the Hall and trying on armoured helmets and gauntlets.

 

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Games we play to improve our fine motor skills

Here are some fun games we play to improve our fine motor skills. Take a look at our pictures and see if you recognise the games!

 

 

 

 

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Sports Day

A huge thank you to all our parents/carers who braved this year’s chilly Sports Day. It was wonderful to see so many of you there; I think your presence really motivated our students! Thank you to West Lancashire Sports Partnership, Wigan Athletic and our special guest Millie Forrest for all your…

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Litter picking in Science

Students from Learning Suite Foundation have been learning about their environment in Science this half term. As part of the unit, they have been out litter picking in the local community and identifying what each item of litter is made out of. Students used their motor skills to control the…

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Another Successful School Games Event

Along with 2000 children, our students took part in orienteering at Blackpool Sports Centre and Stanley Park. As always the behaviour was outstanding. 

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Disability Newsletters and Magazines

Below are some new newsletters and magazines that we thought may be of interest to you.

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Talking about autism

Students in the Autism and Me intervention have been writing about their own autism.  The students are contributing to a training powerpoint that will be used for staff in school to further develop their understanding of autism.

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