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Christmas Celebrations

Students across the college have enjoyed a variety of Christmas celebrations this year. In each centre, students held Christmas parties within their bubbles; they were visited by a crepe van which toured around delivering a host of sweet and savoury treats!

Beaconsfield students teamed up with Bedelsford School and Dysart School to have a virtual carol concert. Everyone enjoyed getting in the festive mood!

Students at Wyvern celebrated in style and gave out awards in their bubbles. One student at Wyvern House organised a Christmas Jumper Day to raise money for ‘Save the Children’. Student, Evie said “Thank you so much to everyone who got involved and  helped her to raise money for such a great cause!”

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

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