Check out our Home page to view our video tour of the school.

Harvest Festival

We were delighted to welcome Reverend David Jenkins to St Dominic’s to deliver our Harvest Assembly. We talked about fruit and vegetables, showing a bowl of apples that started as seeds, and the harvest, thanking God for the farmers and all those involved in providing the food we eat and those less fortunate who do not have enough to feed their families.

Food bank items were kindly donated and the pupils bought them up during assembly. Reverend David gifted an apple tree to the school and some of the pupils were brilliant in helping to plant it this week. We can now all watch the tree grow and hopefully in a few years will be able to harvest our own apples!

 

 

The residential special school provides highly effective services that consistently exceed the standards of good. The actions of the school contribute to significantly improved outcomes and positive experiences for children and young people. Ofsted – March 2019

 

 

Latest News

St Dominic’s pupil – Paige, aka ‘Lil P’ – writes a song ‘Stop Bullying’

One of our many talented pupils, Paige (aka ‘Lil P’), has written an emotive, anti-bullying  song.  Read in her own words why she was moved to do this….. “I`m an English pop/rap artist, who goes by the name `Lil P`. …

Read more

Lockdown Photography Competition Winners

We are delighted to announce the winners of the St Dominic’s school lockdown photography competition! We were absolutely inundated with entries from pupils and students, and the level of originality and thought that went into the photos we received really …

Read more

LOCKDOWN PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION!

We are looking for interesting, fun or inspiring photos that show how you, your family (and maybe even your pets!) are getting on during the lockdown! We know how creative and talented St Dominic’s pupils and students are! We want …

Read more

St Dominic’s Magazine

To help provide those pupils currently at home with some more support, we have decided to introduce a St Dominic’s magazine, which will be emailed out to families on a weekly basis (via Teachers2Parents’) for the remainder of the lockdown …

Read more