We are delighted to share with you the latest news of success, achievement and developments from across our Group. The good news never stops.
Young People and staff from The Birches Children’s Home recently prepared a box of essential items for one of their elderly neighbours and hand delivered the care package to her home. The package contained cans of soups and snacks, and was delightfully delivered by young people, Harris and Dan. The neighbour was extremely delighted and touched that the young people had taken the time…Read More
Young people and staff from Elmbank Children’s Home have been busy creating some wonderful pieces of art, including personalised cards for a local care home. The thoughtful gesture was to let the residents know that they are not alone, and to share their messages of hope and solidarity to keep spirits up. Their kindness was well received as the…Read More
Young people and staff from Meadow View Children’s Home have created some wonderful window displays using arts and crafts to convey a message of solidarity and hope to the local community. The young people also created theirs as a gesture of thanks to all the key workers for their continued support. How amazing are their creations? Banksy certainly has…Read More
Pupils and staff from The Grange Learning Centre recently celebrated World Book Day, a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and most importantly reading, and is celebrated in many different countries across the world. The theme for this year was Space, which links in with this term’s cross curricular topic. The pupils and staff brought to life character from their…Read More
Pupils and staff from Ashbrooke School were recently delighted to learn that they have achieved the Encompass Schools Award from Northumbria Police. For the last few months. pupils in Key Stages 2 and 3 have been taking part in series of workshops delivered by Joy Tennet, School Liaison Office of Northumbria Police. The aim of the project is…Read More