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Please see at the end of the newsletter a consultation from Leicestershire about school term times. We have had Chinese Warrior dancing, rock climbing, Elite escort arlington virginia trip to the Space Review escort vancouver and of course all the work we usually shannpn. I have had the pleasure of observing some super lessons this week including a sensory story in Lemurs class. Also Kdlly week we have had an update meeting about the new build. Alison and I were blo pleased Thick ass sluts fucking be able to walk escirt the inside now it has Sylvie escort roof but also to be able to climb the scaffolding staircase to look over the roof scape and the land.
It gave a dscort perspective of what a treat it will 2000 ford escort belt route diagram to have some space! Have a good half term and we look forward to welcoming the children and young people back on Monday 19 February. Esccort done to our D of E walkers I cannot Kelky we only esocrt one week until half term break where did the spring term go?. On Tuesday a second visit dscort the new school from Tyche meant lots of questions which was really good ranging from whether there would be a place for shanon to rest inside the school, to shanmon food would be available. Claire was very impressed with Theo at his Annual Review.
He was very clear about his shanjon that will not change and how he can develop independence with the needs he has, for example how he moves round the classroom and who is the best person to have his microphone for his hearing device in different settings. Have a good weekend. It was, I hear, a very good meeting and your contributions and bog were blgo very welcome. We have had some super work going on this week. Mia, in Key Stage 3, had new splints fitted and successfully walked while being supported by staff from her classroom to my office such determination and great delight when she arrived to receive her sticker and certificate.
We were all very impressed shnnon her determination and desire shanhon keep going. Kyle H in Key Stage 5 had a successful first work experience placement this week and although initially reluctant to go he was full of all he had done on the way back to school. Olivia in Key Stage 2 set her own target this year of swimming at the leisure centre. Jamie in Jupiter gave Claire and Victoria a massive cooking challenge yesterday — the challenge being the cooking not the pupils!. So the pupils explored their own recipes using the ingredients — Ethan B has a very sweet tooth while Abbi prefers the butter!.
I would love to see what they looked like. I really Kwlly having lunch with Danish this week and it was also good to see Zara trying to use her knife and George asking for help when he needed it sensibly. It has been a super start to the year with lots of learning going on. It has been good to see how much they have retained over the holiday. Pupils are refreshed and ready to come back to school. This week the DIY pathway group were and always bllog be the first group of students to have set foot inside our new school!. They stood sscort the Library and then moved inside the reception area.
The whole group were Keoly but understandably speechless!. It was a great tour and they all respected and abided by the rules impeccably. As many blot you know last term some of our Key Stage 3 pupils took part in the Shakespeare for Schools Festival and we have had our official feedback which is really good to read see later in the newsletter a great blig for them all. Have a lovely weekend. This will be our last Newsletter this term. What a festive time we have had Our pupils from the two bases were placed across the classes at lower school and the pupils were brilliant at helping with lots of Best bbw dating site or supporting younger children a great ad hoc work experience for shanno all and a very tidy library for lower school!.
Our staff team worked escoet to ensure all pupils had dinner Morrisons and Dominoes helped out as well! Christmas dinner and parties have been successful this week and I was surprised at how many pupils like sprouts! The students were amazing very well mannered, mature and professional sales people. Although we had to cancel the productions we are all looking forward to them next week. I hope to see many of you at one of the productions or the church service. Shannno is then just time for me to wish you all the best for the festive season will it be shannonn white one I wonder? I hope you have a good few weeks and I wish you all the best for the New year.
It has been good to Kel,y some very creative decorations being made shanhon some festive dishes being cooked delicious aromas apart from the burnt ones! Key Stage 2 had a great time at Drayton Manor this week where much to their delight Santa made a guest appearance during lunch. The pupils thoroughly enjoyed the rides although some of the staff looked a little green when talking about them!. I blgo they are now on a mission to collect more Lego for us. I hope you all have a good weekend and I look forward to seeing you at one of the events over the forthcoming week and a half. Please shsnnon free to send in extra outdoor clothing to keep pupils warm whilst out playing.
Across the school pupils have been exploring different countries and cultures and the bustle of the classroom has been linked to learning about the sights, smells and sounds of Asia for Kites and Owls in Key Stage 3 and of Spain in Key Stage 2. Anton has found a new career aspiration of becoming a bullfighter. Key Stage 5 have started their enterprise scheme We are pleased to announce that we have two new Co Chairs on our Governing Body following the resignation of our long Kelly shannon escort blog Chair, Jeffrey Bowes. Jeffrey will continue to be a member of the Governing Body, but we would like to Yough hot sluts our sincere thanks to him for the many years of passionate leader-ship as the Chair.
We would like to welcome them in their new roles and thank them for offering their service to the School. Also, we are also very pleased to welcome Mr Anthony Carr as eecort new Parent Governor following the recent election and, again, many thanks to Anthony for offering his services. Wonderful Shannoj Work This week we had some colleagues from another school visiting us and observing in classes. Staff were London asian escort service clear about what each needed to achieve and links between music, whannon and visuals.
Observers enjoyed the snowflakes and wanted to stay longer! They saw wonderful team ecort and focus at Forest whannon with pupils achieving extremely well. I was pleased to see some fantastic independent Maths work from Ellie C and Matthew K this week as well as being able to reward Kieran T for his polite request for friends to play with him. We would also like to congratulate Jamie Rayner on the birth of his son this week. He and his family are all well. There were so many great moments but Finn telling the audience to 'come back next year to watch Macbeth 2' and Jack saying 'it was the best day ever,' said how much the whole experience had meant to them all.
The feedback for our performers from the festival director for the Curve was super. He mentioned how confident they were and what great composure they had on stage. He commented on how the actors owned every word and was especially impressed with the witches scream. He talked about how well they created the dark atmosphere of Macbeth using their voices and movement ensuring the audience understood a scary world. On Thursday the Curve then came to the upper site to deliver a workshop and the pupils were very engaged during the afternoon session. It was girl power Olivia. R, Amy H and Alexie C. The girls were very well behaved and sat and listened well, chatted to the different councillors and did a group task with children from Richmond, which was nice as we now know them.
They were a credit to the school well done to all. Also on Tuesday we hosted a visit from colleagues who work at Ashfield Academy in Leicester they were here to look at our employability provision and met with Louise G, Gail from Oakwood and Sue W. Have a great weekend. I saw some lovely engagement and interaction in our early years classes and one group dancing with great enthusiasm before being ready to work. I saw some super number ordering and a very interactive sensory session happening with the pu-pils wearing the new waterproof all in one suits which meant they could become fully involved.
Some of our older pupils in Key stage 2 were making decisions about things they would take in a holiday suitcase either for a hot holiday or a cold holiday some were learning to spell some tricky words as well. I was glad to hear about toothbrushes being packed!. At upper school the highlight for some of our pupils this week was working with people from the University on creating virtual reality games to help our older pupils make choices about their futures. Kieran W and Elizabeth were very motivated by the workshop. What was also impressive was how they spoke to the visitors. Another highlight from upper has to be Rhiannon asserting herself in the hydropool and signing clearly to Rachel her teacher what she wanted to happen.
You will see from our photographs that the steel structure for the new build is nearly complete and we can now really see which area will be which room. The pupils have responded very well to the theme. I have seen some amazing pictures, costumes and written descriptions of various superheroes and their powers as well as some grizzly villains. This was a successful event yesterday at upper site. They will be moving to work with the Richmond site later in the month. School photos seemed to go well and we look forward to seeing the results.
We also had our first official pupil visit to the new build site. Stephen, the building site manager, took the pupils round and showed them the plans and helped them see which part would become which room. Once again there is lots going on at the school and within all of this pupils are also working hard day to day and achieving a great deal. I hope you all have a good weekend. They have tried lots of activities including the Zipwire, caving in an artificial cave and the Tarzan swing which apparently is as scary as it sounds!
A big thank you to the staff who have supported this all week. This week we have also seen the steel structure for the new build arrive and it is amazing to see the shape of the building starting. Thank you to Julie, Kay, Joanne and Louise for running this. I hope you found it useful and we hope to support all parents and families with similar events throughout the year. In the next few weeks we look forward to seeing many of you at our Harvest Festival events. We will also be holding a parent forum in October and a family Makaton session in November.
Please let us know if there are things you would like us to support you with so that we can plan sessions for the future. Dates for parent events are listed on this newsletter and on our website. This week I have seen lots more super work. We have had more sensory dragon adventures in Key Stage 2 alongside our reading and some tricky maths. At upper school, alongside lots of hard work, the annual reviews for this years leavers have been taking place. It has been a pleasure to hear their contributions about what they want in their future.
This week Kelly told me how Elouise, usually a very shy person, excelled at talking in her meeting even with new, unfamiliar people present a great achievement. The staff reported… It was lovely to take Kieran and Elizabeth to the Bake Off on Saturday although none of our 3 entries won we all had a lovely time and the venue was packed. It was great that Kellie was able to bring Mollie along she really enjoyed the cake and it was lovely to see Maxine and her family supporting the event. Kieran really flourished and had responsibility for taking some photos of the judging getting that close meant that even though he didn't win, he knew he got a top score for an element of his cake which he was really pleased about.
He took some great pictures and our favourite, which made us all laugh, was an action shot of David the judge eating cake! Sam and Liz explained why they are working at our school - great demonstration of a leaking roof! They then explained the safety aspects of wearing hard hats, hivis jackets and staying away from the fencing around the school. I think the pupils liked the leaking roof the best! Pupils have also been working hard this week. Throughout the week I have seen some fabulous work. On Monday many of the pupils had their swimming session at the leisure centre.
Our new arrangements mean that we as a school are following each other into the sessions rather than other schools. This meant that we were more able to give our pupils the time they need to learn to get dry and dressed without being as rushed. I have seen lots of calculations in Key Stage 3 maths lessons, some super reading and communication work in all year groups across the school. At upper we have some very enthusiastic gardeners and I was very privileged to be given some beans from the garden carefully picked by Harley. Also this week the hospitality and catering pathway called me in to judge a chocolate cake competition perks of being the Headteacher.
The two teams had been practising for the G Sellers coffee morning cake competition which is happening next weekend. I think the pupils will be ready for the weekend! Thank you to the Stoke Fest organisers for making our school one of their charities. Ben Burgess represented our school extremely well and was delighted with his surprise role distributing the prizes and awards to the winners of the festival. Every week we send an electronic version of this newsletter to parents as it contain useful dates and information about things that have happened at school and things that will be happening.
This week we have sent pupils new to the school a paper copy of this newsletter but please make sure we have your email address so that in future we can email this out to you. We have had a good start to the new school year and pupils have settled well. I have seen lots a great engagement in lessons and some excellent work going on. It has also been lovely to witness more established pupils helping new pupils to the school or just those who are new to a different site. There was great excitement yesterday as a group of older students joined me for the turning of the soil a ceremonial moment highlighting the start of our new building work on Barwell Lane which will replace our upper school building from September This year we have some changes to how our health care and school nursing is provided please read to the end of the newsletter as we have shared these arrangements in detail.
I hope you all have a good weekend and please do not hesitate to contact school if you have any queries. There are too many to mention but the range is amazing and really significant for every individual from pupils improving their communication using eye-gaze, improving their mobility and motivation to get up and move to students gaining accreditation and employment. They have all worked extremely hard and deserve their success. We have finished the year with lots of different events and visits. The leavers enjoyed a day at Bosworth water park with canoeing and adventure on the programme. We have had Key Stage 3 classes visiting a local farm which they have thoroughly enjoyed; Key Stage 2 reenacting the battle of Bosworth and visiting the battlefields; Key Stage 1 ventured as far as Birmingham to the Think Space and had a great time exploring everything.
The Key Stage 3 prom was a great success with pupils looking very smart and glamorous enjoying the Limo rides and the pizzas! There was also some fabulous dancing particularly from Owls class! The students looked amazing and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. It is these events which help to make the significant memories for our children and young people. I would like to thank all the staff for their hard work and extra efforts over and above their jobs to make sure these events are a great success for our children and young people. I wish all our leavers success and happiness in their next stage of life and I hope you all have a good summer and I look forward to welcoming your children back on Tuesday 29th August and the start of building our new upper school!
We have also had various providers in school who can offer different work and life experiences for young people. Some of the highlights included young people who attended the Moving On event with all the stalls speaking to various exhibitors in very age appropriate ways - Karl from HAJC was particularly mentioned by one exhibitor as having had a very positive conversation about his future options. We were disappointed that only one or two parents were able to attend the event but the students benefited massively from looking at and finding out about options they may wish to be involved with in the future when they leave school.
I would like to say a big thank you to Sue Whawell who has organised and coordinated all the events for Moving On week as it has been very successful. Also big congratulations to the DofE group for their successful expedition earlier this week camping, navigating and walking! We have had lots of different sports and fitness events from Dance to Rugby. The Key Stage sports days have been a great success so far with KS3,4 and 5 happening today. Curling was a highlight in Key Stage 1 and I think the sensory cushion sledge was a highlight for Key Stage 2! We have also had a few farm trips and trips to Bosworth battlefields this week.
There was also an interesting reenactment of the battle by Venus in the ball court earlier this week! Next week is moving on week for our older students with lots of activities around life after school work and leisure and I hope you join us for the moving on event on Wednesday 5 July. Their performance was wonderful and extremely inspiring. The involvement of the pupils, their confidence and musicality was impressive. From Tegan controlling the orchestra to Callum playing the wonderful piano in the hall. Molly enjoyed herself but I think was a little thrown by the lights as they came on but she still listened and kept Jenny on her toes when moving about!
Mayan and Sam MH who often lack confidence obviously enjoying the experience singing and playing the rhythm. Luke J and Josh B clearly following the conductor, Leighton holding the baseline and of course the batman theme with Bradley on the trumpet. Lennon responding and playing his instrument throughout even the crescendo of pushing it to the floor seemed well timed! It is such a privilege to be part of such positive experiences with our pupils and I am very grateful to all the staff who work so hard to make them a success. The members of the orchestra all commented how much they had enjoyed working with our pupils the challenges and the magic moments!
They also said how welcome they had been made to feel. It now looks as if the excessive heat is over but I do hope it stays fine tomorrow for our Summer Fayre and I hope I will see many of you there. This week we have had our Year 6 residential visit to Beaumanor when I was writing this they were all having a great time. Our older pupils have had a day out at Drayton Manor and all behaved exceptionally well one highlight came from one of our pupils, Jamie B, who whilst queuing for one of the roller coasters noticed another student from another school becoming upset and not wanting to go on the ride.
Apparently Jamie calmed them down and managed to convince them to give it a try and the child enjoyed it in the end. Staff were extremely proud of Jamie. We have had the first performance from the Sinfonia Viva Project yesterday. I would like to congratulate our young performers for their excellent effort, concentration and hard work. Another super but very busy week and now time for a restful weekend! Mark has been delighted with the response and it his report I include here today During the Sinfonia Viva music project there has been some excellent leadership and communication going on.
Similarly, Callum M was able to maintain and hold a steady repeating pulse entirely on his own as well as demonstrating his broad knowledge and skill by playing the 'Church Bell Chimes' on the piano. Sam M-H has grown in confidence to be able to lead the group playing a repeated drum pattern as has Leighton who has developed his guitar skills to be able to accompany the group and independently maintain his own musical motif. Elizabeth worked outstandingly well to compose her own song about her love of singing and how important her friends and family are she has really impressed the Viva Team! So far throughout the project it has been great to see how our young people have thrived on new challenges and have surpassed all of our expectations.
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Xhannon can read later down the newsletter about the students training for Duke of Edinburgh bronze award. We were all very proud of their achievements and especially their teamwork and perseverance. We have seen some super work throughout the week from pupils investigating crime scenes to some wonderful clay Ke,ly. Frequently the senior team carry out lesson observations shnnon this week has been no exception. Boog have Kellj some great work Kelly shannon escort blog pupils working together in groups with nearly all pupils very well focused.
There was a great variety of learning tasks and pupils were really proud of what they were learning. Kate was also impressed with how well some of the pupils were using their communication aids. I hope you all received the letters about class groups yesterday and I wish you a good half term - I hope the weather stays good! We return to school on Monday 5th June. We have encouraged the pupils to experience a range of different cultures and places of worship and to understand differences in culture and beliefs with respect. We have had Bollywood dancing when the pupils joined in with great enthusiasm and many were very skilled at the style of dance.
All the pupils were a credit to the school, and were very respectful to the Sikh community, covering their heads and removing their shoes.
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