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Leaways School Awards

 

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The team from Leaways School’s specialist autism spectrum condition provision, The ARC, enjoyed an evening celebrating excellence in autism at a prestigious awards event.

The ARC has been named as a finalist for an award at the UK Autism Hero Awards in the Outstanding Achievement in Education category. They had been chosen from hundreds of entries into the awards after having been nominated by the parents of a pupil.

While the ARC wasn’t named as the overall winner, it was one of the top three entries into the category and received a certificate to mark their great achievement.

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TREK Trust, Respect, Effort and Kindness project underway at Wings School Notts

 

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Wings School Notts is rated Good for Education and Outstanding for Care by Ofsted.  The school has introduced lessons to directly support pupils in skills which will help them become effective members of the community.

Thinking about and exploring a range of themes, the TREK project (Trust, Respect, Effort and Kindness) is designed to work across both education and care, with both staff teams working with young people on these important characteristics and how they apply to everyday life.

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Wings Cumbria Meets Royalty

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Prince Charles had the honour of meeting some young people from Wings School, Cumbria while they were learning outside the classroom at the Westmorland County agricultural show in September 2017. In addition to the school having excellent academic, sporting and pastoral facilities there is an huge emphasis on learning outside the classroom which set the school apart from others. In addition to visits to county shows pupils can also enjoy moto-cross & mountain bike tracks, the on-site farm and access to equestrian facilities to name but a few.

High Peak Macmillan Coffee Morning!

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The staff and students at High Peak school, organised and prearranged a successful coffee morning. Of which, all money raised will go to Macmillan. Both, staff and students baked, and supplied delicious homemade cakes. In particular, two students from year 12 and year 11 helped to organise the event; decorated the dining room and helped to serve others. Doing this, has enabled the students to expand their work experience and to develop their knowledge towards their PSHE award.

On the run up to this event, staff ensured that all students are aware of what the Macmillan charity is, and how they help and guide others. With this knowledge, the students had the opportunity to enter a competition by decorating their own Macmillan coffee morning invitation (Pics attached).

Due to this, many students and staff were extremely generous, resulting in some of our students offering money out of their ‘be fair’ money.

The amount raised is yet to be calculated!

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Leaways School Autism Resource for Children (ARC) named as finalists in UK Autism Hero Awards 2017

Leaways School’s specialist autism spectrum condition provision, The ARC, has been named as a finalist for a prestigious award. Leaways School in London has been rated Outstanding by Ofsted.  

The ARC is a finalist in the 2017 UK Autism Hero Awards’ Outstanding Achievement in Education category and was chosen from hundreds of entries into the awards after having been nominated by the parent of a pupil.

ARC Team

The UK Autism Hero Awards were created by the Anna Kennedy Online Charity as an opportunity to showcase and celebrate the excellence taking place in the world of Autism. They are a unique opportunity to celebrate and showcase accomplishments as well as enhancing Autism awareness and acceptance.

The awards seek to acknowledge the outstanding contributions and achievements of individuals, teams and organisations who have proved excellence, dedication and commitments to impacting lives that have been making a real difference.

The team at ARC face a nervous wait to find out if they will be named as the winners in their category – the awards ceremony will be take place in London on Saturday 11th November 2017.

Good Luck ARC Team and well done!

Pictured are Mel Whitfield (centre) and her team at The ARC.

You can read more about the awards at the website http://autismheroawards.com/