Sports Week, The Bladon Way.
This year, due to Covid-19, Sports Day was adapted to allow students the normality of sports day and a chance to take part in different sporting activities. As students couldn’t take part as a big group, or use the equipment at the same time, the single day event was spread out over the week, following their normal timetable and keeping students within their bubbles to ensure the safety of everyone. They competed for points during which were totalled up for a PowerPoint presentation which was sent out at the end of the week.
The week was a massive success, Students engaged with such a positive attitude and accepted the changes really well. They had a chance to complete all the usual sports day activities such as; egg and spoon, javelin, throwing events, long jump, relay race, sack race and football. The Aim classes, Hydra, Sirius and Scorpius also took part in a bubble group game of Rounder’s and competed for extra points towards sports day. This was a huge success as all 3 classes played the game fairly and followed the rules. The promotion of more team sports is going to become a key part of Physical Education in the future.
Laughter is brightest where the food is best – Irish proverb🥘🥗🥘🥗🥘🥗🥘🥗Our amazing catering teams are smashing it at the moment!The menus are bespoke to each school and the children are encouraged to contribute their ideas for new menu ideas.Food is produced using seasonal and fresh ingredients and as you can see from the photos the […]
The young people from Woodlands House chose a Disney fancy dress theme. Running slots were staggered to ensure social distancing. Despite a wet and cold start they had a great turn out and the weather improved quickly.The Bladon Mile is an adaption of the hugely popular Saturday morning park run. It was developed to take […]
If we can’t go to the seaside, we’ll bring the seaside to Staffordshire!Children in Woodview have been wanting to go to the beach so the staff decided to bring the beach to Bladon House School. They enjoyed sunbathing on the beach, paddling in the sea and fish chips by the sea front.
VE Day, or Victory in Europe Day, marks the day towards the end of World War Two when fighting against Nazi Germany came to an end in Europe. Students at Bladon House School got into the spirit of the celebration and joined in a rendition of ‘We’ll meet again’, as well as posting birthday cards […]
Bladon House School Online Art Project ‘The Future City’ is a new, online, art and creative writing project, produced in partnership with Joe Coughlin of Baby People. Using the wonders of modern technology, Joe interacts with our young people via a videoconferencing app, and collaborates on the ‘Future City’ project using a shared online workspace. […]
Students at Bladon House School are busy getting into the summer term of learning which takes place in their classrooms and out in the schools fabulous grounds,including the Forest School. For those staying over at the weekend there’s the fabulous Sunday BBQ to look forward to. Yummy Yum!
To help parents, carers and service users during this difficult time we have added Public Health England easy read guides explaining Coronavirus, how to keep safe and how to protect those that are most vulnerable. These are now available in the health resources page on our parent page.
Published 18.21pm Our Schools are open however we are reviewing staffing day by day because of Coronavirus self-isolation.
The SENAD Group’s sponsored Ram was brought to life this weekend by our artists from Reilly Creative. We can’t show you him yet as we’ve been asked to keep him under wraps for now, but here’s a sneak preview. As part of the trail activities students and service users across the groups schools and services […]
World Book Day fun is in full swing at Bladon House School with students and staff wearing a fantastic range of favourite bedtime book characters and PJ’s.