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14/07/2017   Lottery Award

John Fielding School awarded £9,389 lottery award!

We are thrilled to announce we have been awarded a £9,389 grant from The National Lottery Awards for All Scheme. This great news means that upgrades can now be made to the children’s playground area to improve playtime.

                                 

Pupil numbers at John Fielding School have increased over the years and this has resulted in new classrooms being installed to accommodate the new children. This in turn has resulted in the playground being fenced off in certain areas and therefore playground markings becoming un-useable.

This injection of funding from the National Lottery has allowed us to remove the old markings and lay new exciting fitness trails for the children. It has also included the installation of inclusive outdoor exercise equipment for the pupils to engage with during playtimes.

Karen Smith, Head of Site, “We are really grateful to the Lottery for this funding, it has made a huge difference to the pupils.  They are now engaging more at break time, interacting with their peers, all due to these fantastic new play facilities we have had installed.”

         

 

 

 

 

 

06/07/2017   Summer Fayre News

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A whopping £3,390.76 raised at this years’ Summer Fair!                         

Wow, what a fantastic day we had at this year’s John Fielding School Summer Fair.  The sun was shining and people came out in their droves to visit us! 

There was so much to see and do this year.  We had live music all day from Matty Haynes, Autumn Storm and Koyote.  There were performances from the Boston United Cheerleaders (pictured), also Allen School of Dance, and The Biz.  We had visits from the local fire service and police force, they brought a fire engine and police car for the children to sit in and explore.  And of course we had an abundance of craft and food stalls, a bouncy castle, a fairground ride and even visits from Minions, Frozen Princesses, Spiderman and Paw Patrol!

It was a jam packed day!

Our Summer Fair this year was all in aid of fundraising for our sensory room refurbishment at the school.

Our current sensory room is now quite outdated and because of how much it is used on a daily basis, we now how issues with broken equipment.

We want to refurbish this space to create a new, vibrant sensory room, also a calming room, and lots of cognition and communication sensory resources, to support learning. We would like an interactive floor, bubble tubes and a variety of lighting which can be used as switches and also a vibrating massage bed. We are also hoping to install new sound beam equipment in the room for our non-ambulant and non-verbal pupils to be able to compose their own music.

We need to raise £20,000 and now, with this fantastic injection from the Summer Fair, we have a new total raised so far of £4,855!

Photos by David Dawson and Lesley Pickersgill.



08/02/2017   Welcome to our new website

Dear visitor,

Welcome to our new website. We hope that the information contained within it provides you with everything you may need to know about the school. As with any new website, content will be added over time, particularly photos and video of our pupils achievements and celebrations.

There is a language translation feature on the new website which enables you to translate text in to a preferred language. I am aware that not everything translates perfectly, but hopefully enough will! 

If you cannot find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact us in school and we will be happy provide you with the information you are after. 

Yours sincerely,

Daran Bland

Executive Head Teacher