As reported by Lewis and James (Year 7) We were visited by two local police officers who talked to all the students about the importance of keeping safe when out and about in any public place. The officers discussed the dangers of carrying a weapon like a knife in public. They explained that this was…Details
We have been fortunate enough to gain three new additions in Animal Care in the form of three guinea pigs called Cocoa, Honey and Snowflake! Our Animal Care teacher, Charlye, has been working hard to get these new critters used to being handled and students of all ages have been eagerly volunteering to help with…Details
Ethan, one of our talented Photography students took this striking picture whilst out enjoying some of our well-being walks in the countryside. I am sure you will agree, Ethan has a real eye for capturing beautiful snapshots of the natural world.
Students enjoyed a fantastic Careers Day thanks a wide range of speakers generously giving up their time to deliver personalised presentations, workshops and question and answer sessions about their specific professions explaining to our young people the potential job roles which are waiting for them in the world of work. Visitors included (but were not…Details
Students enjoyed a trip to one of our local market towns, Coleshill as part of our life skills programme. We started the afternoon with a very civilised lunch at Costa Coffee and then headed to Books Revisited – a charity bookshop run by volunteers. Students had the chance to choose a wide selection of books…Details
It’s been a jam packed week at Mill House School with pupils taking part in a range of assemblies, webinars, TEAMs meetings and individual career interviews to help develop an understanding of how apprenticeships can develop skills and knowledge required for a rewarding career.
Santa’s Elf Lewis has been very busy this Christmas period taking on the very important, and highly coveted, job of Santa’s Elf at a local visitor’s attraction. Lewis has worked his way to be Santa’s number one elf after demonstrating his knowledge of Christmas traditions, his ability to be nimble and quick – sorting and…Details
Tillie, Sophie and Fenton accompanied staff to St Cuthbert’s Church to decorate a Christmas tree on behalf of the school for the annual Christmas Tree Festival. The church is open throughout various weekends in December for visitors to enjoy.
One of our very talented artists produced this image during Art Club. We love that she has captured the dog’s full personality.
“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader” – Margaret Fuller At Mill House School, we understand the importance of promoting the reading habit and have a number of avid readers within the school. Students enjoyed a trip to Astley Book Farm where they had a chance to peruse over 100,000 books, buy a book…Details