Applications are now open for our annual Young Campaigners programme. The Young Campaigners Programme is a free five-month programme open to any young person, aged 16 to 21-year-old, who is UK-based. Stonewall covers all costs relating to the programme, including travel to and from th
Te following dates have been confirmed for PRU INSET /CPD Training for the next academic year. Both sites will be closed on these dates and we will remind all parents / carers closer to the time. Friday 1st September 2017 Tuesday 2nd January 2018 Monday 29th January 2018 Thursday 12th
Information on resources for the summer holidays from the National Autistic Society Living with an Invisible Disability – an event this weekend at the DOME Coffee mornings for next term The map shows you where the coffee mornings will be and the reply details are on the flyer. Please
SEN Provision Changes To keep parents /carers, pupils & staff up to date following the review of provision for children & young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) the council have designed the attached newsletter. It will be updated monthly during te
We would like to remind all parents and carers that both sites will be closed for staff INSET training on Monday 26th June 2017. Any pupils who are following Reintegration programmes to mainstream schools, will still need to attend their sessions as normal on Monday.
Here are details of a course for parents of children with autism which is focused on moving to and settling in secondary school, so in Year 5,6 and 7. We have a couple of places still free so if you know a parent that could benefit do pass this on. It starts this Thursday 8th June so
On Tuesday 16 May, our KS3 PRU welcomed four inspiring young people of KS3 and KS4 age from Blatchington Mill who have recently settled here in Brighton. The young people have recently had to leave their respective countries of birth to ensure their safety and/or wellbeing. The studen
Some of our pupils recently took part in an art competition called Brighton Banners. The task was to draw posters depicting Brighton’s much loved tourist attractions. We were thrilled to discover that 2 of our KS3 pupils, Dylan & Abbie were chosen as winners and their poster
'Our vision is to re-engage all children for their pathways to lifelong learning. We want all children and young people to feel safe and supported to achieve. Each of our three learning communities share and celebrate common values of mutual care, equality, respect, rights and responsibilities to make sure that our school is free of fear, harassment and intimidation. We work hard to ensure our pupils feel safe'
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