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Well done Christie. Completing her first Tough Mudder to raise money for the school
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Amazing!
Well done Christie. Completing her first Tough Mudder to raise money for the school
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Fri 22nd Sept
The latest news and what's going on at Stanton Vale
  • keep calm

    We apologise if your child hasn't come home with their usual coat/bags etc. We have had a fault on the fire alarm system, so had to evacuate to the school next door. Everyone coped really well and all is safe and well. A massive thank you for the support received from TLES! Business as usual tomorrow.  

  • happy-summer-holidays-card_23-2147518851

    Please see a list below of contact which may be useful to you during the summer holidays. Physiotherapy - 0300 123 4586 - Press 2 and then 5 Orthotics - 01332 254634 Wheelchair Repairs (Clarke and Partners) - 0115 9309400 Wheelchair Services - 01132 287057 School Mobile - 07535 368597 (If there is no answer, please leave your name and number and we will try to get back to you at our earliest convenience) Happy holidays!!! and we will see you all back on Wednesday 6th September!! 😎  

  • goodbye and good luck

    We would like to take the opportunity to wish both our staff and student leavers Goodbye and Good Luck. We are saying Goodbye to Elaine Johnson (Teacher) who will be retiring, as you may know she has worked with the school for many years and we would like to thank her for her dedication and hard work over the years. Jane Fry (Specialist Teaching and Learning Assistant) will also be leaving us to take up a new position. So again we would like to thank her for all she has done over the years and wish her the very best in her future endeavours. Our student leavers (Josh, Olivia, Aaron and Naomi) will be sorely missed but again wish them all the best and hope that they will pop in and see us once in a while!!  

  • dcc autism services

    Every Wednesday from 26th July - 30th August 2017. The Indigo Project are running some sessions for ages 5-12 year olds who have a diagnosis of Autism or be in the process of being diagnosed. From 11am to 3.00pm There will be allotment sessions, free play and cooking, den building and outdoor play. £12 per session. Contact Derbyshire Autism Services to book your place! 01773 741 221 or enquiries@derbyshireautismservices.org. For more information click here Indigo Project

  • phone

    Our phone system is now back online. Thank you for your patience whilst we were trying to fix the problem!

  • technical

    Sorry but the phone lines are having technical problems at the moment. We are working to fix this ASAP. If you need us please call 07535 368 597. Please note that we are unable to transfer calls to classes from this number. Sorry for any inconvenience!

  • Dr

    The Learning Disability Health Check Scheme is an enhanced service provided by GP Surgeries across Derbyshire and Derby City. Did you know? Most people with a Learning Disability from the age of 14 are entitled to an annual health check with their GP!  

  • wheelchair tennis

    🎾🎾🎾TENNIS 1st - 6th August 🎾🎾🎾 SVFA have been offered tickets to sell with all profits going to themselves. Tickets are £2 each for adults on each weekday £5 each day at the weekend. Children under 16 are free 🎾🎾🎾Please let Alison / Karen / Julie know if anyone is interested, they will just need email address to send tickets to! 🎾🎾🎾 For full information click here.

  • small worlds

    We welcomed back Jenny and Bill from Mimika Theatre to present their new sensory performance called 'Small Worlds' to some of our classes. Everyone enjoyed stepping back into the secluded dome and being taken on a journey where five different characters go on very different journeys in their own small world. Pupils met a bug, goose, fox cub, cat and a 6 year old girl through the use of puppetry, miniature landscapes, animated film and music. All feedback was extremely positive and made an impact on all of the pupils who were fortunate enough to take part. One teacher commented that 'the performance was captivating and visually intricate - with students focusing on various details and recognising different parts of the puppets at different times.  They were captivated by the way the performance worked and appreciated the detail of what they saw and heard.'

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