Roald Dahl Day 2019
Our librarian restarted the mobile library for the Autumn term on Roald Dahl Day 2019. Plus, Classes enjoyed Dahl based activities.
Post 16 students offer a challenging, yet supportive environment, where all students are encouraged to maximise their knowledge and skills, including both self-confidence and personal aspirations, and so enable their future participation in both local communities and wider society.
Parents and Carers Support Group 2019
Parents and carers have a new timetable of events for 2019-20. City Lit, GPV Choir and yoga are back plus running and walk talk returns. There will be more one-off events happening to, sp please visit our parent/carer page
It’s My Move
Our Post 16 students and their families got the chance to see the brilliant performance ‘It’s My Move’ about transitioning from an SEN school to college or a day service. This performance is interactive which our students really enjoyed. There was also a workshop after the performance.
Trugs and Gardening 2019-20
As a food growing school we continue to develop our outdoor space including composting, growing fruit and vegetables plus wildflowers to attract the bees.
Parent/Carer Summer 2019 BBQ
Parents/carers and their families came to the annual BBQ, where they could chat and socialise with parents and carers they do not usually get to see. A great time was had and thanks to everyone for bringing and sharing their culinary delights.
Graduates and Leavers’ Assembly 2019
It’s the time of year when we say good bye to our graduates.
Stage Right Summer 2019 Performance
Students gave families, friends and staff an amazing show to end the academic year.
Greenwich Parent Voices Choir at the Woolwich Centre
The choir performed for the first time in public at the Woolwich Centre on Thursday 11 July as a fundraising event for students’ Prom 2020.
A Level Art 2019
Another great year for our talented Post 16 A Level Art students.
Our students and their families had a beautiful day – despite the rain – with The Albany Taxi Charity. Everyone had a great time, especially the families that went for the first time. A big thank you from us all and it was also great to meet Jane Torvill and the Hastings dignitaries.
Communication Works 2019
This year our communication event was opened by filmmaker Jemima Hughes. Jemima is a disabled and deaf filmmaker and animator. She talks with an electronic communication aid, understands primarily through BSL, and accesses her computer using assistive technology.
Red Nose Day 2019
On Friday 15 March we celebrated and fundraised for Red Nose Day. Students enjoyed a dance-a-thon in the morning and the teachers’ dance-off in the afternoon.