As part of our Adventure School activities we are planning to have a Big Sleep Out event in our outdoor classroom on Thursday 28th November 2019 (weather permitting) to support FRAMEWORK’s Big Sleep Out event. During this event a few selected young people who have agrees to participate will stay at school on the Thursday night and will take part in a variety of activities. By taking part in this event the young person will get an insight into how a homeless person sleeps in the evenings, as well as getting to experience some outdoor fun and learn new skills.
The young people would appreciate sponsors to help support them. This would also help boost their confidence during the event when it will be cold and wet outside. Please encourage family and friends to sponsor as well. Sponsor money can be sent to school.
If you are a parent or carer of a child or young person who has experienced the Education Health Care Plan annual review process in Nottinghamshire we’d like to hear from you!
Nottinghamshire County Council’s Integrated Children’s Disability Service is reviewing its current processes and documentation that support the Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) annual review and would like to hear the views of families who have experienced this process.
Your views are important as they will help us to understand the parts of the annual review process that are working well, and how we can further improve the Nottinghamshire EHCP annual review journey for parents/carers, the child or young person.
Please also let other parents and carers know about the survey if they have experienced the Nottinghamshire Education Health Care Plan annual review process. The survey will close on Friday 22nd November 2019.
We would like to invite you to Derrymount’s Christmas Fayre at our Churchmoor Lane site.
We would like to offer you an opportunity to purchase a stall on the day to present any craft, games etc. For £10.00 per stall.
We do need your help, but mostly we would love for you, your family, and friends to join your children and have fun.
A coffee shop will be running so we would appreciate any cake donations.
We are also looking for donations of new items suitable for our tombola and new this year we are hoping to do a Christmas hamper so donations of new sealed Christmas food items would be greatly appreciated
We need your views about the Health Services for Children and Young People in Special Schools
Nottinghamshire County & City Councils are asking for the views of parents, carers, children and young people attending Special schools who use health services. To do this we will be using co-production as a way of working to bring together families and professionals to review and shape provision. It ensures the following:
Being listened to
Promotes positive working relationships
Improved services for families
This survey and following event is for parents, carers, children and young people who have experience of health services in special schools. We want to hear your views about services such as Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Continuing care or Health Support at home or school. We are interested in hearing what is working well, what is not working, and any changes you would like to for the future. You or your child may experience.
After this we will be hosting an Event on the 21st and 28th of November where we will feedback your views and create a plan to improve services for the future.
This consultation opened on the 26th of September and will close on the 18th of October. The online questionnaire should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. The link can be found below.
Ten of our students took part in the annual Cross Country Relay Event at Colwick Park this week. A fantastic effort was made by all, with each student completing at least one lap of the mile long course.
The students showed great determination and worked together as a team, competing against several other schools in the county. It was a great morning and many thanks to Nick Robb for organising and leading the event.
A great opportunity for some of our year 10/11 students who currently access the home cooking option within school.
A taste of work experience at “The Townhouse” in Arnold under the guidance of head chef Louise and her staff. Our pupils sharpening up their skills in the kitchen prepping food from the mouth-watering menu to serve to the unsuspecting general public of Arnold!!
Jack added “It’s good, I enjoy working in the kitchen” whilst Daniel said “I really like working here, it’s not stressful”. “Very good not stressful what so ever” said Reeve and of course Lydia, “I like working in the kitchen however it drains my energy. The people are friendly”
Watch this space for further updates when they return to the Townhouse on 2nd October. A big thankyou to Alison the manager, Louise, Keegan, Esther & Linda. A mention to Mr Rowland for setting up this amazing opportunity.
Children in M4 recently visited Cromford Mills in Derbyshire to understand the role of Sir Richard Arkwright during the Industrial Revolution.
They enjoyed having a go at ‘carding’ and spinning thread from raw cotton. They also listened to a worker, describing her life in Cromford.
By the end of the experience, they were all grateful that they didn’t live around 250 years ago as they would have completed five years work by now at the age of twelve! School seems a far better option!
It was a pleasure to meet Lee and Gemma Carrington today who have kindly sponsored our new sports kit. Their very generous donation, coupled with that from Tim Page of Innovative Foods has enabled the school to purchase the shirts, shorts and socks (chosen by our students) as modelled above.
We are very grateful for this support and look forward to putting the new kit to good use at various sporting events throughout the years to come.