Are you an inspirational and ambitious practitioner?
The main purpose of this role is to work with a child with autism one to one. Working under the guidance of the Inclusion Manager and the class teacher. You will develop, in partnership with other experts, programmes which support the child’s learning.
Who you are: * The perfect candidate will have at least one year’s experience as an ABA tutor working in a primary school, a clinic or the home. * You will have a strong interest in autism. * You will work confidently with a classroom team. * You will have experience of contributing to planning for a child with autism. * You will be committed to excellence, inclusion and challenge.
Visits to the school are warmly encouraged. Please email: email@example.com and we will arrange a time for you to meet the SENDco.
We are looking for 1 or 2 voluntary Therapists to join our team.
So if you are a qualified psychotherapist, counsellor or creative arts therapist or working towards your accreditation? Are you passionate about working with young children and their families?
The post holder will be responsible for the pastoral care and safeguarding of the children within their class or groups, ensuring that children’s safety, wellbeing and welfare are at the forefront of all they do.
On Wednesday the 11th of December, Year 4 visited the Science Museum to enhance their understanding of ‘Electricity’ and ‘Sound,’ two important units of work which they have been covering this term.
The class visited the Wonderlab, the most spectacular interactive gallery in the world. Spread across 7 different zones, the children had the chance to get hands on with real scientific phenomena, such as seeing lightening strike before their very eyes and experimenting with different forces on giant slides. They also observed a live science show in the Chemistry bar!
Thank you so much to the parents who came with us to help out on this fantastic trip.
On the 3rd of December, we had a very special visit from Ava the guide dog. We learnt a lot about Ava’s special job and how she helps her owner with lots of different things, such as crossing the road, shopping in the supermarket and even helping to get on and off a bus.
Did you know that Ava is 4 and a half years old and when she turns 10, she will retire and go to live with a family?
Bellevue Place Education Trust (BPET) today, 2nd December 2019, launches consultation on a proposed reduction in the published admission number (PAN) for Kilburn Grange School with effect from September 2021
Published Admission Number (PAN) for Kilburn Grange School is 60. This means
that the number of children admitted into the school in reception each year is a
maximum of 60 children.
terms of the School’s funding Agreement with the Secretary of State for
Education, the overall capacity of the School (maximum number on roll) has been
set at a final roll of 420 made up of 60 children in each year from Reception
to Year 6.
limited outside space for the pupils and the school is in an area of surplus
primary places and as a result the Trustees of Bellevue Place Education Trust
(BPET) would like to reduce the Published Admission Number from 60 to 30 pupil places
This consultation will run from 2 December 2019 to 31 January 2019 and you are invited to submit comments in writing about the proposal above to Tracey Blandford at the BPET: Tracey Blandford, Marketing Manager, Bellevue Place Education Trust c/o Kilburn Grange School, 52-58 Arcola Street, LONDON E8 2DJ, by midday on 31 January 2019 or by email to info@BPET.co.uk.
Please mark the subject “Kilburn Grange PAN Consultation”.
Bellevue Place Education Trust COO (Chief Operating Officer) Stuart Dixon and his riding adventure partner Ashvin de Vos came into our assembly on Friday 11th October to present his bike to pupils and explain just how far they are going to ride over half-term to raise funds for our school and sister Watling Park School (WAT).
The Head Teacher from WAT, Mrs Quartson, was at the assembly so she could film the assembly and then share it with her pupils. We are delighted to share ithere.
Mr Dixon is cycling through France to raise fund for IT equipment and additional extras for our pupils, if you can donate to the cause this is his fund-raising page
At the time of this post he was at 28% of his target having raised just under £1,500.
The children in Year 1 have been doing lots of collaborative work. Working in pairs, they had to communicate with each other to make a teddy bear out of molding clay. Have a look at the pictures below of the children’s process of making the bear.
For D.T day, Year 2 were creating their own Christmas decorations! They learnt how to stitch and practiced two different types; cross stitching and running stitch. The children then designed, assembled and evaluated their creations.
Have a look at the photos below of the children’s beautiful work!
On Monday the 9th of December, a group of children from Year 3 and Year 4 attended a magnificent musical production of ‘We Will Rock You’ at The Ryan Theatre in Harrow. Performed by boys from the John Lyon School and girls from a number of local schools, the children had a wonderful time listening to the hit music of Queen, complete with amazing costumes, choreography and a live orchestra!
Our thanks go to all of our new parents who responded to our recent survey. We were very keen to find out your experience prior to and since joining the school in September. We can and will use the data to support the future planning for new starters and we will also use it to continue and develop our daily interaction with you.
An amazing 100% said they ‘Agreed’ or ‘Strongly Agreed’ that ‘their child has settled well into their class’;
86% ‘would recommend Kilburn Grange to a friend’
81% rated their overall experience of the school so far as ‘Good or Excellent’.
are so pleased to share with you a few feedback quotes:
so far is perfect and I’m loving the communication the school has with the
pleased that my children are attending this school.”
think the reception teams in both classes are really passionate about teaching
and that is reflecting on the kids. They
love it. Thanks for all your hard work.”
Please click on the link below to view the complete set of results: