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Fundraising for Sensory Room Thermometer

0 Current total: 23,000 23,000

Fundraising target completely smashed!!!

We are thrilled to announce that we have smashed our fundraising target for our long awaited Sensory Room Project. The amount raised now exceeds the original target of £23,000 and the installation of the much needed bespoke sensory equipment can now begin!

Richard Gamman, Head of School, “We are immensely grateful to all the generous funders for helping us achieve our goal.  Our staff and volunteers worked so hard to get us off the starting block, raising a whopping £5,069 themselves.  Following the donations that have now come in, we are now busy arranging the installation.  We cannot thank everyone enough, the newly fitted sensory room with make a huge difference to our pupils.”

All the staff and pupils from John Fielding School would like to say a huge thank you to:

Freshtime UK, Waynflete Trust, Medlock Trust, Coveris, Lord Taverners, Boston Netball, and Headway Lincs.


Building Communities of Specialist Provision for Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Lincolnshire. Consultation begins on 8th January and runs until 14th March 2018. You can find out more details by going to or the news page of our website.


 Welcome to our very special school

 Although we are a small school, we have big ideas!

At The John Fielding Special School we provide a curriculum that is Caring, Aspirational, Relevant and Engaging. We want everyone here to be happy and eager to come to school. We want everyone to do their best and get the most out of their time here. We want to develop the skills of our young people so that they are prepared for life beyond school. Starting school for the first time, or starting again at a new school, can be a very daunting experience for pupils and parents, but we will do everything we can to make it as easy as possible.

To provide this we have an experienced and dedicated staff team who are constantly searching for new ways of helping our pupils. We pride ourselves on the family atmosphere that prevails and on our strong links with families and the local community. The pupils are enthusiastic learners who take advantage of all the opportunities provided.

John Fielding Special School aims to provide a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum designed to meet the unique needs of all of our pupils. Our pupils can range in age from 2 -19 Years old and all have severe learning difficulties, some also have an autistic spectrum disorder, epilepsy, a physical disability, sensory impairment, medical needs and/or a communication difficulty.

We ensure all pupils are given the opportunities they deserve to participate in a full and varied curriculum, promoting their spiritual, cultural, moral, educational and physical development to the full. The school works closely with parents, governors, other professionals, the Local Authority and the local community to promote high standards.

The John Fielding Special School values itself on providing a secure, stimulating and happy environment with an emphasis on developing communication skills. We help our pupils to be sensitive to the needs of others, to develop a sense of worth and high self-esteem. Our ethos is to encourage our pupils to take an active part in the life of the school and to become happy, caring young people capable of contributing to society in a positive way.

We achieve our aims by: working in partnership with parents and other professionals; offering a quality curriculum designed both to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum and the needs of our pupils; placing a high emphasis on staff development and working closely with local schools, colleges and the wider community.

Daran Bland - Executive Head Teacher

Richard Gamman - Head of School


Aims and values:

To value our members for their individuality and uniqueness.

To maintain high but realistic standards.

To provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum for all.

To provide a caring and supportive environment.

To provide equality of opportunity for all.

To work in partnership with families and the wider community.

To send our young people out into the world equipped with the skills they need to make the most of their lives.