On Monday 27th November the centre will be closed to all students for a Teacher Training day. The Nightingale Centre will reopen as normal on Tuesday 28th November.
On Friday 20th October students visited the Hatherton Marina and experienced a canal boat ride. They travelled through locks and explored local wildlife on their journey.
On Thursday November 16th we will be supporting BBC Children in Need. There will be a bake sale and students can wear their own clothes.
For more information about Children in Need please visit the website here.
Our Key stage 3 students have started a climbing programme at The Way Youth Zone. This is part of our P.E curriculum.We are also discussing the benefits of exercise and health as part of our P.S.H.E curriculum.
On Friday 6th October Key Stage 4 visited Sainsbury’s Wolverhampton to research seasonal items and their cost. Students independently navigated around the supermarket and ordered their own refreshments. This forms part of our Creative Curriculum and encourages independence and resilience.
On Friday 29th September Key Stage 4 students from The Nightingale Centre visited the local Sainsbury’s and Wolverhampton outdoor markets. They compared a list of shopping items and worked out value for money. Students completed this visit as part of their Creative Curriculum with a focus on social skills e.g. asking for help when you cannot find an item.
Key Stage 3 students visited Baggeridge Park on Friday 15th September as part of their Creative Curriculum. Students were given the task of finding the location of a set of pictures that Olive the Pug had taken on her trip around Baggeridge Park the day before. Students worked as part of a team and navigated through the forest.
Students in Key Stage 3 and 4 have been trying their hands at clay modelling. They have made a number of clay dishes and personalised them using paint and engraving. Well done to all of our students for completing this project as part of their ASDAN award.
We now have our own ‘Media’ section that gives you more information about what we do at The Nightingale Centre. Please visit our dedicated videos section here for professionals who need to make a referral and parents who want to find out more about the work that we do.