Bladon House School Have Their Own Park Run
Bladon have adapted the hugely popular Saturday morning Park Run for their young people. Some young people found the weekly events across the country too busy and the distance of 5km a little too far, so Bladon decided to hold their own event around the school grounds.
Each Bladon mile has a theme, with the February run as valentine’s day, and the next theme in March being St Patrick’s Day.
This is a great opportunity for young people to be outside in the fresh air whilst improving both physical and mental wellbeing through running and walking.
Students from Horizons Sixth Form in Derby have been commissioned to make water bottles for students at Bladon House School. The water bottles are made as part of the Horizon students Enterprise programme. They are personalised with the photos and name of each Bladon student. Bladon asked for the bottles to be made as part […]
Bladon House School have well and truly got into the Festive Spirit. Staff and young people took part in Save the Children Christmas jumper day. Students collected and counted all the donations. Below are some of the fabulous jumpers and beards!!!!!
Giving young people a voice and listening to their views is key to building their self confidence and self esteem. Students at Bladon House School have just finished voting for their Head and Deputy Head Students. Both students had to write and deliver a speech to their peers about why they should be voted for. […]
Bladon House School students joined in Children in Need Fun to raise a fabulous £170. Hydra class organised a tombola to raise funds, and staff and students dressed up in pyjamas and onesies and made donations.
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Bladon House School have released their latest video which highlights the great opportunities students have to learn about animal welfare and horticulture, as part of Land Based Studies. This gains them nationally recognised qualifications as well as lots of fresh air and fun. Watch the video
On July 11th, 6 young people from Bladon House School attended a science activity at Littleover Community School. The mystery of who had stolen Amanda’s cake had to be solved using a series of clues and evidence: Fingerprints were compared, sugar and urine samples tested, using microscopes, a bunsen burner and microscopes.
On July 3rd, we had a visit from Kwame, a practitioner from ‘African Activities’. Young people from across school, and staff members took part in drumming, dancing, stories and singing. As you can see from the pictures, we had a great time!
The Summer Term was an extremely busy for the Outdoor Education team. Forest school, climbing and archery have continued throughout the term. With the good weather, many students have also been enjoying mountain biking and canoeing. We also had several residential trips this term with students enjoying Duke of Edinburgh and canoe expeditions. Forest School […]
Huge congratulations go to our Chief Executive Officer, Brian Jones who was been awarded an Honorary Master Degree from Derby University, to recognise him for his work to promote and ensure the equality of education for young people. Brian has been Chief Executive Officer for the SENAD Group since 2006. Using his significant experience in […]