Yellow Class visited Adventure Valley as part of being healthy and had an AMAZING time! We had great fun bouncing on the giant pillows, fed the animals, explored a pirate ship and even went down a huge slide on giant inflatable donuts! We all loved every second of it! ️
On Tuesday we had a Mexican themed street food lunch. The School Council and everyone who works in the kitchen worked really hard to make sure the event was a huge success. Decorations, balloons and fancy dress helped everyone enjoy the fiesta.
Our Post 16 students attended their prom at The Little Haven Hotel last week. Everyone looked very glamourous
They all enjoyed the afternoon in their very own marquee where they celebrated with a delicious buffet and a disco. Our leavers were given a send off to remember!
Thank you to all of the staff at The Little Haven Hotel for another fantastic prom.
Here are some photo’s… more to follow
On Friday, children from the Primary department attended an inclusive football event at Temple Park in South Shields. We took part in various games and activities with a football focus. We had lots of fun and all went home with certificates.
We had some special guests today for our Summer Fair.
Animals About Town brought some furry friends in to see us.
Here are some of our visitors…
What a fun filled day Green 2 had at Adventure Valley. They saw lots of different animals and even enjoyed a tractor ride.
It was our annual sports day yesterday. Pupils took part in a range of different activities and had lots of fun. Here are a few of the photo’s…
What a fantastic morning we had celebrating our work experience awards.
This year was our biggest turn out yet, it was lovely to see so many friends, family and outside agency staff attend to watch our students celebrate their achievements.
We have had excellent feedback from our workplace mentors who highly praised our pupils as well as our staff for supporting our pupils so well in their placements.
A huge well done to all involved
Year 6 pupils from St Oswalds school visited us this week. Pupils were split up and placed in different classes to learn more about what we do in school on a daily basis.
Pupils from St Oswalds joined in activities with our older pupils such as cookery, judo and maths. Some pupils experienced our early years classes and helped to support our pupils in different play activities.
Our pupils loved having St Oswalds in our school and some great friendships have been formed