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Teacher at Baston House School selected to compete at Common Wealth Games in 2018

Rayen Cupid, new DT and Art teacher at Baston House School, has been selected to compete at the Common Wealth Games in April 2018 for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Overcoming any stereotypes about women, Rayen is a true role model, inspiring everyone around her and showing that with hard work and dedication, you can achieve your dreams. Rayen has worked incredibly hard to get to this stage, managing studying, training, looking after her daughter and her teacher role. If you would like to support her, you can do so here: www.gofundme.com/supermums-1st-commonwealth-games

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Royal visit marks achievement of students with autism at Baston House School

Thrill and excitement filled the air on 3rd July 2017 when The Countess of Wessex, visited students at Baston House School in Bromley, Kent – an Outcomes First Group centre of excellence in education and development for children aged 5 – 19 with an autistic spectrum condition (ASC) – to congratulate them on winning the Alice Street Trophy for the beautiful school garden they created. Dignitaries Anna Kennedy (OBE), Autism Ambassador for Outcomes First Group; Councillor Kathy Bance MBE, Mayor of Bromley; Colonel Robert Murfin TD DL,  Deputy Lieutenant of Bromley; Jane Bailey,  Director of Education LB Bromley and Anthony …

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