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Stars of the Week 23rd March 18

Stars of the Week 23rd March 18
March 26th, 2018|News|

Stars of the Week 16th March 18

Stars of the Week 16th March 18
March 19th, 2018|News|

Stars of the week 9th March 18

Stars of the week 9th March 18
March 19th, 2018|News|

Complex Needs at Bloxwich Leisure Centre

Complex Needs had a great time at Bloxwich Leisure Centre having ago at badminton. They really enjoyed having the space to run around and explore

March 15th, 2018|News|

KS4-5 ASC Visit Beechdale over Sixties Club

KS4-5 ASC sold crocheted Tea cups to raise money in their Citizenship lessons in the Autumn term. They bought Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Sugar and Biscuits which they donated to the Beechdale over Sixties Club. Here are some photos of the tea cups and of them meeting the over Sixty club members delivering the goods.

January 23rd, 2018|News|

KS4-5 CN Mother Nature Project

KS4-5 CN

Had an Exhibition to show off their work from their

Mother Nature

Project.

Everyone thought the work looked really good,

Tyler even said it was

Amazing!

Dan and Ben chose to model their work and both looked fabulous in their t-shirts.

November 23rd, 2017|News|

Our Christmas Fayre – KS5 SLD 1 Need Your Help

Our Christmas Fayre is almost here and KS5 SLD1 need your help. We need donations of full unopened bottles for our popular bottle stall. If you can help us please send a bottle or 2 to C4. The more unusual the better. Thank you.

November 20th, 2017|News|

KS5 ASC

This week some of KS5 ASC have been to the flat to cook their own meal. They went to Sainsbury’s first to buy the ingredients and then chopped, peeled, sliced and grated the vegetables to make vegetarian spaghetti bolognaise. They also did all the cleaning up afterwards.

Some great life skills work from everyone.

November 6th, 2017|News|

Stars of the Week, 3.11.17 and Horse Riding Certificates.

Stars of Week and Horse Riding Certificates.
November 6th, 2017|News|

Pumpkin Carving KS3 SLD2

We began by choosing a template and then pricking the outline through it into the pumpkin rind.  Some people decided to draw it in felt tip instead.

Once we had done that, we used the rind saw to cut through the pumpkin in the places we had marked.  This  cut out the eyes and mouth shapes.

Next we cut a circle out of the top so we could reach in and scoop out and scrape out the pulp and seeds.

When the pumpkin was hollow, we put a battery tealight inside to watch the pumpkin head light up.

We had lots of messy fun doing this and learned about the Celtic Folklore story of Jack o’Lantern

October 20th, 2017|News|