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In May 2019 we successfully reaccredited our School under the National Autistic Society mark
Thank you Arnold Clark!
We had a lovely surprise this week from Arnold Clark - the car dealership team on Kingstown - a brand new bus! Free for a year with all its servicing as well. The Team didn't want any publicity they just wanted to do something for their local community, we can't say thank you enough.
We are very pleased say after a visit from Ofsted we have been judged as an Outstanding School -
The leadership team has maintained the outstanding quality of education in the school since the last inspection. You and your staff provide an excellent learning environment, in which pupils with a wide range of needs flourish and make very strong progress from their low starting points.
You and your senior leaders are uncompromisingly ambitious for your pupils and the quality of education they receive. Your plans are thorough and clearly focused on getting the best for pupils and securing strong progress. You seek constant improvement and have considered how to provide an even better education for your pupils, with exceptional incisiveness.
You can read the whole report by clicking here
After a snow delay we held our World Book Day, based around graphic novels, we came dressed as our favourite character from a comic, had a book store and create our own graphic novels.
2 Teams from James Rennie recently played in an inter school football competition against 12 other Teams at Penrith, a brilliant performance from our Teams on a brilliant day. Big thanks to everyone involved
The Post-16 Business Enterprise group organised an Autumn Disco for the whole School, we hope you enjoy the photographs.
The after school Art & Craft Club recently won a competition run by Vision for Education to design a mascot. The prize was a visit to School by 3 Sensory Ponies, have a look at some of the photographs (click on photograph to start the gallery)
We are delighted to introduce our Head Boy and our Head Girl for this year and their deputies. You can find our latest newsletter on the Newsletter page.
The School Council organised it's own version of Glastonbury Festival last year. Here's the School Band playing and some photo's from the day(press play to listen then click on an image below)