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Young Women’s group at Autism inclusive
Our young Women’s group is every Thursday 4-7 during term time, and our last session before Christmas will be 14th December.
The group provides a safe space for young Women and girls to meet new people, try new activities, or just relax in an understanding environment.
These sessions are free to attend for young Women aged 13-25, accompanying Mum’s/ carers are welcome.
No referral or diagnosis needed- everyone is welcome.
We know that winter is one of the peak times for adults and children to come down with mild illnesses such as colds, coughs and sore throats. We wanted to take this opportunity to share resources with parents on key attendance practices, which aid in making judgements about mild illness, as well as wider guidance:
As ever, if there is any specific support your family needs regarding attendance concerns or worries, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the relevant Key stage offices or directly to our Attendance and Welfare officers [email protected].
Our annual Winter Showcase was held on Tuesday 14th November and gave us the opportunity to showcase our talented musicians and singers. A fabulous evening was had by all. Congratulations and thank you to all those who took part and were involved.
On 10th November our whole school community got together to remember those involved in conflict.
Year 7 students were immersed in an engaging micro-scale Harry Potter-themed potions lesson, delving into the intricacies of displacement reactions. Instead of using conventional iron filings and copper as we would normally, the class embarked on a magical journey using dragon whiskers, monster serum and Elixir of life to enhance their learning experience.
Year 7 have been learning about Acids and Alkalis. These photos show the pupils having a 'neutralisation race' - the first team to show the teacher their green, neutral solution was the winner!
Some pupils also experimented with making 'rainbows' using acids and alkalis with universal indicators.
Year 8 students completed the wonderful rainbow fizz- a practical where we use our knowledge of acids, alkalis and the pH scale to create a rainbow of colour. Not only a fun lab practical but also one that can be repeated at home. Science is observable and applicable in any setting, offering opportunities for exploration and experimentation virtually everywhere.
We look forward to welcoming you to our Sixth Form Open Evening on Wednesday 29th November from 6pm - 7.30pm and showing you what our Sixth Form has to offer.