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SMALL HAVEN SCHOOL

Independent Special Needs School

146-150 Newington Road, Ramsgate, Kent CT12 6PT

01843 597088  |  Email

Small Haven School - Independent Special Needs School

Ofsted Rated Good School

Small Haven School - Independent Special Needs School

SMALL HAVEN SCHOOL

Independent Special Needs School

146-150 Newington Road, Ramsgate, Kent CT12 6PT

01843 597088  |  Email

Ofsted Rated Good School

Term 1 Round Up 2020/21

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Monday, November 16, 2020

Welcome Back!

What a wonderful first term we’ve had, it’s been fantastic having our Small Haven community back together and we are very proud of our students for being resilient and accepting of the changes this year.

We would also like to welcome our new students and staff who have recently started at Small Haven School. We love having you here and we hope you’ve enjoyed your first term!

One of the ways we have been staying connected is through making our new puzzle display. Each student and staff member created their own puzzle piece to celebrate their individuality and how special they are to the

Small Haven community.

Welcome back puzzle

Frightful Friday

On the last day of term, we celebrated Halloween in style. Students and staff came in dressed as the usual ghouls, witches and monsters and everyone looked fantastic! The afternoon was filled with fun spooky games and a pumpkin trail!

 

Frightful Friday

Term 1 Learning Highlights

Lower School students learnt about the seasons and baked some yummy cookies.
Nightingale Class learnt about animals and created clay hedgehogs!
Keller Class created their own terrariums and used a microscope.
Attenborough Class has read Survivor: Titanic by Stephen Davies.
Rowling Class has read Wonder by R J Palacio.
Sixth Form learnt how to measure and convert measurements, and learnt about real life money problems.

Student Council

We would like to congratulate this year’s new Student Councillors: Councillor Narraway, Councillor Osborne, Councillor KMW, Councillor J Todd, Councillor D Todd, and Councillor L Todd!

Charity

Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to hold any charity events this term, however, we didn't want the wonderful charities we usually support to miss out.

The school, along with parent contributions, have donated £900 to cancer charities in replacement of our Macmillan Coffee Morning. The school have also donated a big package of food and supplies to Samaritans for Harvest Festival and continue to donate monthly to local food banks. We continue to sponsor our two children, 8 yr old Freddy via Bibic, and Zaynab via Action Aid, in recognition of Children in Need. Each class has also put together their Love in a Box– a shoebox filled with Christmas gifts for a child in need.

charity web

House Games

Students have been taking part in House Games within their bubbles, with points being added together for each team. You can find Term 1’s results below.

 

house games results

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