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Exhall Grange is a 2-19 community maintained specialist school which meets the needs of children and young people with visual impairment, physical disabilities, complex medical needs and social and communication interaction difficulties.
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Hats on for Mental Health: A summary by Kayleigh
12th October 2021
Today was a great day. I saw many people wearing hats including teachers. The hats were all amazing and all different styles too.
I think the day overall was great as it was lovely to see how many people were supporting the cause and supporting the charity mind.
Even if they didn’t wear a hat, many still supported the cause and the charity by paying a quid.
Let’s say today was a great success.
Hats on for Mental Health
30th September 2021
Exhall Grange are helping to promote World Mental Health Day by joining in the ‘Hats on 4 Mental Health’ campaign. The theme this year is “Mental Health in an Unequal World”.
Sunday 10th October is World Mental Health Day and to celebrate, Coventry and Warwickshire Mind have suggested a non-uniform day where students are encouraged to wear a hat at school and donate £1 to their registered Charity. The #hatsonformentalhealth campaign will be launched week commencing 4th October by our School Council. Exhall Grange Community are encouraged to participate in a non-uniform day on Friday 8th October. This fundraising will help continue the services Coventry and Warwickshire Mind deliver across the County.
We will set up a payment within SchoolMoney so that parents can donate online, or your child can bring cash in on the day.
The usual non-uniform day rules will apply – no pyjamas, onesies or football shirts and this time no rude or offensive hats!
A Coronavirus update to parents from Mrs Marshall
27th September 2021
Mrs Marshall has written a letter to parents with an update. You can read the letter here.
The Guardian Foundation Workshop – Wednesday 8th September
8th September 2021
Year 10 GCSE Media Studies pupils participated in a Guardian Newspaper on-line interactive workshop called ‘Behind the Headlines: Fake or Real News’ and were encouraged to discuss how and where they find out about news stories.
Pupils analysed and researched the different ways sources can be misleading. Overall, the session developed pupils’ research and questioning skills to increase their confidence in checking the trustworthiness of newspaper stories.
What a great start to the Year! Well done Year 10 Media Studies pupils for your hard work and endeavour.
• That we strive to be an outstanding school that meets the complex needs of all our pupils and the communities they represent.
• That we constantly improve the quality of the learning outcomes for individuals by refining and refreshing our high quality teaching, reviewing our curriculum and by using assessment and targeting consistently and effectively.
• That all staff of the school, are committed to personal and shared development of skills that strengthen and support our strategic purpose and vision.
• That we remain open-minded as we seek to follow opportunities that strengthen our focus.
• That we maintain and develop self-evaluation and self reflection in ways that consistently focus on the best outcomes for individuals.
• That we undertake strategic planning that enables us to use our skills, expertise and ambitions to support all the pupils we work with.