Leavers 2016

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Our leavers assembly took place today. It’s always a mix of celebration and sadness. Celebration at acknowledging everything our students have achieved in school and sadness at having to let our young people move on. Our Head of School, Paul Boulton, reminded us of the athlete Derek Redmond who suffered an injury during an Olympic race. Hobbling on, his father …

“Hope” Springs Eternal !

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We are always delighted to support anyone considering a career in teaching. This term we offered to provide a placement for a student from Hope University. What a fantastic experience it was for all concerned. We were delighted to receive feedback on the student’s experience. Have a look at the documents to see what is said about the placement. We …

The Ice Cream Man Cometh !

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It’s that time of year again. Summer is upon us, the hot weather arrives (eventually) and thoughts turn to ICE CREAM ! Our favourite Ice Cream Man “JEM’s” came to school at the request of the school council who have been raising money for us to enjoy a summer treat.

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SEND Event – “Were you Framed ?”

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If you attended our SEND event showcasing Liverpool’s Local Offer it’s likely you were framed ! The event was a serious exposition of organisations, schools and colleges that support our young people with SEND and complex needs. On a lighter note many delegates were happy to be photographed and ‘framed’ in our event for posterity. Enjoy the photostream below that …


Liverpool ‘Local Offer’ event for young people with SEND & complex needs

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Our long awaited SEND day finally arrived. Alexandra Evans, from our School and Sarah Sinclair, Commissioner for SEND and Performance, from Liverpool City Council, have spent the last few months planning and coordinating the event. Primarily it was an event to showcase the Liverpool ‘Local Offer,’ for young people Post 16 with SEND, including complex needs. Organizations from across Merseyside …


The Patrons Lunch

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A climax of the Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebration was the “Patrons Lunch” held in the Mall on Sunday. Organisations, for whom the Queen is Patron were invited to attend. We are rightly proud of our Royal Patronage. The Queen made a visit to our school in 1991 and it was no hardship to reciprocate on Sunday and pay a visit …


Holiday Club

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Our Whit Holiday Club proved to be a great success again this year. The sun shone for us as we crammed three days full of fun and friendship. There was something for everyone. We had a fantastic music session playing and listening to music and different instruments. For a little sporting fun, some of us made it to a bowling …

Our Refurbished ‘Soft Play’ Room

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Some of our Younger pupils from the Nursery have been burning off some energy in our newly refurbished Soft Play room. There is a superb range of equipment, designed to meet the needs of all our pupils. Equipped with an overhead hoist, all the equipment in the room is accessible to all. As you can see from the photos, our …


A Gaze at ‘Eye Gaze.’

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Some of our pupils have been busy developing their computing skills. Here at RSB we use a range of access technology to enable our pupils to have an impact upon their world. Being able to realise that they can have an impact upon an activity, or participate in cause and effect activities is a massive leap for many of our …