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Posted On December 7

On Friday 14th December staff and pupils from Baston House School donned their festive jumpers to help raise funds for Save the Children.  Other activities took place including a cake sale. The total amount raised was £130. Thank you again…

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Researchers at University College London (UCL) are looking for adolescents aged 13-19 with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) without intellectual disability and their parents to take part in a study of social skills. The study involves completing questionnaires…

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Posted On November 26

On Friday 16th November, Baston House School showed their support for Children in Need, raising a grand total of £260. The school community came together to take part in a number of fundraising activities. The students really enjoyed the afternoon, creating Pudsey…

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Christmas is a time when some people upgrade their phones, tablets, laptops and computers. Whether you are or not, it’s worth considering how your children use this technology now and how all need to focus on keeping children safe on-line.…

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Take part in FREE Challenging Behaviour Workshops to understand challenging behaviour and learn skills to prevent & respond to your child’s behaviour 16th Nov & 30th Nov in Lewisham 23rd Nov & 14th Dec in Waterloo 7th Dec & 11th…

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Posted On October 19

Dear parents, I hope you will enjoy the school’s annual report for the last academic year. If there’s anything you’d like to discuss, please do not hesitate to contact the school office. To read the Annual Report, please click here.

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An excellent response from students, staff and many parents who attended the concert to celebrate the Black History month. All this month, the students are learning about different aspects of black history including music, art, literature, politicians and their long…

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Headteacher Greg Sorrell commented:   "It was good to have so many parents attending our open evening on 17th October 2018. We really appreciate sharing your child's progress and we value the partnership that we have with you. Please remember that staff…

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