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Who's Challenging Who?

Posted by Sarah on October 15th 2020

“Who's Challenging Who?” is a 3 hour course which will explore the importance & role of relationships in supporting children and young people whose behaviour we often describe in schools as challenging.... This training is available as a whole school/group of staff in a school, or as a training session in locations across the county. The first session will be Thursday 15th October in Yeovil

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Who's Challenging Who? - Free Session for Head Teachers

Posted by Liz on September 21st 2020

“Who's Challenging Who?” is a 3 hour course which will explore the importance & role of relationships in supporting children and young people whose behaviour we often describe in schools as challenging....

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Critchill - Employer of the Month

Critchill - Employer of the Month

Posted by Julie on March 10th 2020

SS&L celebrate Critchill by nominating an apprentice and an employer of the month. We have nominated Critchill School as Employer of the Month for March 2020 for the support you give your apprentices and the commitment to apprenticeships by regularly recruiting for the classroom and now the office.

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Critchill School win playground competition

Critchill School win playground competition

Posted by Julie on December 10th 2019

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Critchill School has been chosen as a winner of the Kompan Playground competition. This means that the pupils have succeeded in winning £50,000 for their playground project which will be match funded by our trust, the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership. We therefore have a grand total of £125,000. A massive congratulations to all the pupils and a big thank you to all of the staff, parents and community members who have supported us and kindly donated. A photograph of our agreed design is below and the work will begin in the New Year!

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Pop Up makes the news! ITV West Country

Posted by Julie on December 3rd 2019

If you're looking for somewhere local to do your Christmas shopping, you might want to visit the pop-up shop with a difference in Somerset. 'Sense-ational' has opened in Angel Place, Bridgwater, and is run by young people with special educational needs and disabilities. The aim of the venture is to provide these Somerset students with work experience. Sen.se (Special Educational Needs Somerset Expertise) says it can be "very difficult to access this kind of opportunity" if you are a young person with these needs. This unique shop hopes to fill that gap. Take a look.

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Pop up is a great success in Bridgwater

Posted by Julie on December 3rd 2019

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