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Street Part for Meghan and Harry

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Friday was a busy day with the visit from Big Top working with both classes, in between we celebrated the Royal Wedding with a street Party. All the staff and students had lunch outside in an array of red,white and blue!

Big Top Multi Art Event

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

The students enjoyed a visit from Rosie and Dom from Big Top, a Multi Arts group. They all played musical instruments, sang, moved, carried out intensive interaction and explored numerous sensory items, most of all there were lots of smiles!

Chocolate Raffle

Monday, 26 March 2018

The students drew the tickets for our Chocolate Hamper!

1st prize 196-200 AE658578 Gracie
Prize 2 241-245 AE 656481 Paula
Prize 3 226-230 AE 656481 Pat
Prize 4 156-160 AE 658578 Robert (ex Student)
Prize 5 1-5 AE 658578 Lisa
Prize 6 101-105 AD239297 Margaret
Prize 7 121-125 AE656481 Sean
Prize 8 101-105 AE656481 Joe

Thank you to everyone for their generosity in donating prizes and buying tickets. We will be having a multi arts group “Big Top” to work with the students in the Summer term.

April Holiday

Monday, 26 March 2018

The last day for students this term is Wednesday 28 March 2018.

Staff will be at College for a Teacher Training Day on Thursday 29 March 2018.

The College is then closed for the Spring Holiday.  Students and staff resume school on Monday 16 April 2018.

We wish all of our staff, students and their families a safe, happy and relaxing holiday.

Volunteers from HSBC

Thursday, 22 March 2018

9 Volunteers from HSBC arrived to give their time as part of their Community Volunteering Day. In the morning they worked in the garden, digging, cleaning, planting and weeding to rejuvenate the sensory garden and outdoor area and in preparation for the memorial garden.
In the afternoon they supported the students to take part in a sports afternoon for Sports Relief.

Volunteer at the College

Thursday, 15 March 2018

We have a wonderful group of young people whose learning and independent living skills are enhanced by visits out into our local and wider community.
Do you have one afternoon a week that you would like to offer your help to us? No specific skills are required, just the desire to offer our young people additional opportunities. A DBS would be required.

Community Visit to Pets at Home

Thursday, 15 March 2018

The students visited our local pet shop and met some of the small animals. The staff enabled the students to handle the pets and explore their food and toys. It was a very sensory experience with some strange smelling food! The students helped select and purchase some items to bring back to College for sensory exploration.Doc1

College Open Day

Monday, 5 March 2018

We extend a very warm invitation to students, families and professionals to attend the Victoria College Open Day on Wednesday 21st March 2018.
2 sessions are available and you can attend either one: at 10.30am or 1.30pm.
You will find the College on the Bell Hill Education Precinct, Bell Hill, Northfield, B31 1LD.

Come along and find out whether this specialist SEN College, for young adults with PMLD, aged 19-25, is what you have been looking for.

Student of the month

Friday, 2 March 2018

We celebrate the success of our students continually, however, in addition, we have a Student of the Month for each group and each year, Congratulations go to the following students for February 2018:

Group A
1st Year – Lucy – for improved confidence in class
2nd Year – Ozair – for his skills in self-help and independence
3rd Year – Amrik – his improved interactions with others

Group B
1st Year – Connor – for improved participation in activities
2nd Year – Sheraz – for good communication
3rd Year – Saarah – for anticipation of sequencing in the morning song

Community Fire Officer Visit

Friday, 2 March 2018

The students had a visit from the local community fire officer. They were able to explore the equipment through their senses and then see a member of staff dressed up. This is to enable our students to become familiar with people in uniforms who support us and not to be afraid. He is going to bring the fire engine on the next visit!