Students

What do we offer?

  • A safe and caring place for you to learn, work and play.

 

  • The opportunity and support for you to complete your secondary education to a standard which is comparable to  a mainstream school. We also offer lots of vocational opportunities

 

  • The opportunity to take part in exciting extracurricular activities.

 

  • Support and help with problems you have, and have had in the past with school, learning and education, independent skills, emotions, behaviour and social skills.

 

  • The opportunity to be a part of the School Parliament, which is: “An elected panel of students whose purpose is to represent their classes in regular meetings with Senior Staff to discuss school improvements.” This means that all students’ views are listened to and taken into consideration in a formal setting, with minutes (notes) taken and presented to and discussed by the school’s leadership team

The School has gone above and beyond in helping my son

Parent of Year 11 student

 

Latest News

Product design

In Art, students have been working on product design. Each year group are looking into the world of packaging, marketing and advertising. Students have been using various skills and research techniques to answer the question; What makes good packaging? Some …

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Planters Project

In Design & Technology students have brought back the ‘Planters Project’ from last year and student Jamie has made an excellent planter to use at home (pictured below). Students have also been getting back to nature by building bird boxes …

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Christmas celebrations in Food Technology!

Students have been celebrating Christmas in their Food Technology lessons. They have been constructing gingerbread houses and taking part in a yule log decorating competition. The chocolate brownie made by Jay was the winner of the Christmas competition!

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Comic Relief football festival

The plans were set in place in January for a Comic Relief football festival involving staff and students from Grafham Grange  and St Dominic’s School. We didn’t want a festival for just the elite so we decided to split into …

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