ANOTHER ‘OUTSTANDING’ RESIDENTIAL OFSTED JUDGMENT FOR ST DOMINIC’S SCHOOL

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Sports Day 2019!

At the schools annual Sports Day we had the privilege and honour of hosting sporting
personality Danielle Waterman.

Danielle, also known as Nollie, is an esteemed and well-respected rugby player who has made 82 appearances for England. Nollie, who represented Team GB in the Rio Olympics 2016, has recently played for the Barbarians in the first ever women’s match. Furthermore,
Nollie helped the Red Roses win the Rugby World Cup in 2014.

Nollie was on hand throughout the day to encourage pupils to achieve their goals and help present pupils with medals and prizes. Nollie said, “It was fab to be part of it all…and a huge well done to all the staff for making it run so efficiently but also with such a great vibe for the young people involved. I loved it!”

We would all like to extend a big thank you to Nollie for coming to our Sports Day and to all of our parents, supporters, and staff for making this year’s Sports Day one to remember.

Mr Connor

 

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

 

 

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