We will be without water again due to works by Thames Water on the afternoon of Monday 4th July so students will be leaving at 12.15pm after an early lunch.

Healing Together

COVID 19 has increased the anxieties of some students. So, we are proud that two members of our staff team have completed their ‘Healing Together’ training.

Healing together is a programme designed to support young people who are vulnerable as a result the COVID-19 pandemic.

The staff have been trained to deliver a therapeutic programme for students who have increased anxiety regarding; attending school, the future, and the health and well-being of family and friends.

The opportunity was funded by the Youth Endowment Fund, who awarded a grant to Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust and Innovating Minds who deliver the training programme. The initiative will benefit 180 young people across the Trust, including students at Grafham Grange School.

Jon Yates, Executive Director at Youth Endowment Fund, said: “It has been too easy to forget vulnerable young people during this crisis. The pandemic has removed much of the critical support that many of them rely upon – from teachers to youth workers. This funding will help us find the best way to reach and support these young people when they most need it.”

The School has gone above and beyond in helping my son

Parent of Year 11 student

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