Christmas in the Community – Southwark

Students in Southwark were busy getting in the festive spirit during the last week of term. Families and carers were invited to watch an open rehearsal at Southwark Playhouse where students have been taking part in a new Vocational course this term. The students did an amazing job using their imagination and group work to create mini performances. The performances were based on the students being given an imaginary problem and taking turns to add their ideas to the story, which ended with their problem being resolved in a happy ending.

Also in Southwark students brought some festive cheer to Camberwell Green and sung carols outside the library. A student from Camberwell Road centre performed a dance for their peers to enjoy.


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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