Of course, this was on a Saturday evening, and we may have been guilty of having one or two glasses of wine when we thought this. Isn’t that how all good ideas start though?Read more »
World Book Day - 1st March 2018 - posted 20th Feb
World Book Day takes place on Thursday 1 March 2018, and we would like to invite you to join us in helping your child to make the most of this special occasion. World Book Day celebrates the joy and value of books and reading, especially for children.Read more »
Meadowfield Expansion Proposal - posted 6th FebRead more »
Sign2Sing 2018 - posted 5th Feb
February 5th to 11th 2018.
This year’s song is “Friends Forever”, fun and easy song to learn in sign, this song also has a lovely message about friendship.
Imagine living in a world where you cannot communicate with the people around you, from your doctor to someone in a shop. That’s what the world is like for many deaf people. Deaf people can often feel isolated, unable to access information and advice that can help them live happy and healthy lives. Something hearing people take for granted.
Sign2sing helps fund projects that improve the lives of vulnerable deaf children and adults by helping them access help and advice on the things that matter to them in Sign Language.
This is the 8th year running we have taken part in “sign2sing”, a national event where groups learn a song in Sign Language. Pupils will be performing the song together during lessons and assemblies this week.
Oily Cart Hush-A-Bye - posted 26th Jan
On Wednesday 24th January, Owls and Butterfly classes went to the Gulbenkian Theatre in Canterbury to see a relaxed performance of the Oily Cart piece, Hush-A-Bye.
Hush-A-Bye is an interactive, multi-sensory production with live music, puppets and an enchanting environment. They all enjoyed, and were totally engaged in this interactive, multi-sensory production, with live music, puppets and an enchanting environment.
This is the social story that we read before we visited, to prepare the classes for the performance.Read more »