Eco Schools at Upper School

posted 3 Feb 2020, 04:42 by Unknown user

'The Den' Outdoor Ed

posted 3 Feb 2020, 02:56 by Lynn Taylor

Social Time supported by School Counsellor

posted 3 Feb 2020, 01:58 by Lynn Taylor

Social Emotional Well being. Four pupils enjoying some time together checking how each other are feeling, sharing any worries or concerns and trying work out solutions between themselves. Supported by the School Counsellor. 

School to College transition

posted 3 Feb 2020, 01:46 by Lynn Taylor   [ updated 3 Feb 2020, 01:47 ]

Helping our pupils to transition into main stream college

Computing Fun!

posted 30 Jan 2020, 02:54 by Nicky Woolley

Lower School pupils have been enjoying learning about algorithms by programming R2Kee2 and Big Trak.

Upper School Outdoor Education - December 2019

posted 14 Jan 2020, 04:32 by Lynn Taylor   [ updated 14 Jan 2020, 04:32 ]

Roaches raises awareness about litter in our community!

posted 14 Jan 2020, 04:24 by Lynn Taylor   [ updated 14 Jan 2020, 04:29 ]

The Roaches School decided to start an art project that would raise awareness in the community.  The pupils collected litter from around the local area to create a sculpture to raise awareness of the amount of litter in the community.  The litter bug was displayed at the local town hall.  Well Done to all the pupils that were involved in this project.   

Lower School Trip

posted 4 Dec 2019, 06:45 by Nicky Woolley   [ updated 4 Dec 2019, 06:46 ]

Due to positive behaviour, 5 pupils and staff from the Lower School enjoyed a trip to Rowtor Rocks/Druid's Caves.  To get warm afterwards they enjoyed a pub lunch.

Mexican Week

posted 27 Nov 2019, 07:05 by Nicky Woolley

The children and staff at the Lower School had an excellent week learning all about Mexico.  We sampled lots of different foods, played a variety of games and completed lots of craft projects.

Crosby Beach Visit - Lower School

posted 6 Nov 2019, 07:20 by Nicky Woolley   [ updated 6 Nov 2019, 07:48 ]

Pupils and staff enjoyed a trip to Crosby Beach to experience Sir Antony Gormley's "Another Place" statue emplacement.  They enjoyed seeing and exploring the beach and collecting stones, shells, drift-wood and sea-glass. They wrote their names in the sand and had a chance to look at the docks and the variety of ships which come in and out and how they are kept safe doing so. They also got to see the off shore wind farm and the juxtaposition of the inland power station. We also had a chance to have a picnic on the beach and make hot chocolate which all the students seemed to really enjoy.

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