- Attendance in academic year 2017/18 has improved slightly.
- Attendance at St. Dominic’s is now broadly in line with attendance of pupils nationally (94.9%)
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
Our Year 7 Pupil, Archie, joined Chelsea’s pan disability team in March this year. Every Sunday he plays with other children with a mix of abilities and a range of different disabilities.It’s a brilliant place to learn new skills and …
KS2 and Year 7 classes had lots of fun supporting the Children in Need Colour Fun Run. The aim was to collect each colour stamped on to their T-shirt. For each lap around the yard pupils collected a colour. There …
Over a quarter of a million school children and young people across the UK took part in ‘No Pens Day Wednesday’, a day which is used to encourage schools and settings to put down their pens and to run a …
On 11 November, staff, pupils and students marked Armistice Day and the two-minute silence by watching a powerful and moving silent presentation that had been prepared by Dr Rodell, one of our teachers. Click here to view the presentation