Pinewood School Academy Trust is a SEND Secondary School in Ware, Hertfordshire which provides education for students with a range of needs including Autism, Down’s Syndrome and other conditions that result in a developmental delay. We cater for 191 pupils in School year 7 to 11. All our pupils have Education, Health and Care Plans.
We are looking for new members to our staff team who will bring an engaging personality and a sense of humour to the work of the school.
Mr Baines’ welcome Vlog for the new school year and some information about what students have been doing in school to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II. They have been busy creating some excellent tributes to the Her Royal Highness and sharing their thoughts on her passing.
Here’s Mr Baines Vlog with students commenting on their highlights of the last school year.
Pupils enjoyed Sports Day this Tuesday for the first time since COVID. Due to the hot weather, students took it in turns to go out on to the field in their PE groups and take part in their events. But they all took part and enjoyed being part of the days activities.
A lower school assembly by Mrs Meehan and students from Year 7 with their thoughts on their first year at Pinewood School
Here’s Mr Baines Vlog for this week with discussion of the weeks news by students from 10C
Here’s Mr Baines VLog with some Pinewood’d Got Talent content to follow once we’ve edited it!
Here’s Mr Baines Vlog from a very busy week at school!
This week we celebrated the Year 11 students with a leavers assembly and some amazing trips in their honour. We wish these amazing young people all the best for the future and their next steps in life! 🎓🎉
Here’s Mr Baines’ weekly vlog with students from 7S
It’s been a busy week at Pinewood and here’s Mr Baines’ last Vlog of the Summer 1 Half Term with an interview with students from 8S
On Thursday we celebrated the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with a non-uniform, Red, White and Blue clothes day and a whole-school picnic on the playing field. The weather was good and everyone enjoyed the music and a selection of sandwiches including Coronation Chicken and a Jubilee cake for desert!
Here’s this weeks Vlog from Mr Baines with students from 9T
We all have a role to play in protecting children and young people from child abuse and neglect.
Many people do not act because they’re worried about being wrong.
You don’t have to be absolutely certain; if you’re concerned a child is being abused or their safety is at risk, speak to someone.
Following these simple steps and reporting your concerns to your local council could provide the missing piece of information that is needed to keep a child safe.
Child abuse. If you think it, report it.
Mr Baines first Vlog of the Summer Term 2022
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