Virtual Future Pathways event – Mon 8 Nov 2021

Linwood will be holding a Virtual Future Pathways event on Monday 8th November 2021. This event is for parents and students across all campuses to find out what opportunities are available in the future. It is important to start planning this process as early as year 9 so enough preparation can be done to support […]

Webinar – Supporting your Teen on their Career Journey

Below are details of a webinar aimed at parents and carers of young adults primarily in Years 10-13. The aim of the webinar is to offer help and advice to parents who are having careers conversations with their teens at home. It will offer suggestions on questions to ask, explain why it is important and […]

Coping with Covid FREE webinar

Webinar: Coping with Covid: Supporting People with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism Date: Thursday 4th March Time: 3:00-4:00pm Cost: FREE Duration: 45 minutes Coronavirus is still making a lot of people ill. It is important that we follow the rules to stop the virus spreading. It can be harder to follow the rules when you are […]

Free Webinars for parents/carers

Below are some free webinars from SENDiass 4 BCP that parents/carers may be interested in: SENDiass 4 BCP introduction slide: https://youtu.be/FJlyo4RYnZA Preparing for Adulthood: https://youtu.be/pnkxPp-WJdY Direct Payments and Personal Budgets: https://youtu.be/xfz0RujZD0I   Iriwin Mitchell are also holding a series of free bitesize webinars you can book: https://events.irwinmitchell.com/bitesizewebinars Linwood School places all adverts/information in good faith. […]

Get help with technology programme

The DfE and leading mobile network providers are helping schools support disadvantaged children through the “Get Help with Technology” programme. The help is available to pupils in years 3 to 11 who rely on a mobile internet connection when their face-to-face education is disrupted due to Covid-19. To meet this offer you must meet the […]

Exploitation alert – Cunch-Lines Chronicles app

The school has been made aware by the National Police Chiefs’ Council of the dangers posed by an app called Cunch-Line Chronicles. Cunch-Line Chronicles is a simple 2-dimensional game which promises users a realistic depiction of ‘London gang life’. The game draws on themes such as UK gang culture, drug running, police chases, and trap […]

Accessible Parks – Open Letter to BCP Council

The Dorset Children’s Foundation has written an open letter to BCP council to ask them to consider the needs of disabled children in their design and planning of parks, and in particular the next park project which is Waterman’s in Christchurch.  Please click on this open letter should you wish to add your support.

Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 on CYP with SEND – Survey

Dear Parents/Carers, You may be aware that all Local Areas are subject to a cycle of inspection and review of SEND arrangements by the CQC and Ofsted. Although full inspections have been suspended due to Covid-19, LAs have been informed that interim visits will be made to some Local Areas/ Authorities in the coming weeks and months […]

Please do not park on zig zag lines

Please could we ask parents and carers not to park your car on the zig zag lines outside of our campuses. Not only is this unsafe for both pedestrians and road users but it is also illegal and causing difficulties for local residents. Many thanks for your cooperation.

Linwood receives Good Diabetes Care in School Award

Linwood School is proud to announce that we have been awarded the Good Diabetes Care in School Award. We would like to thank our nursing team and all staff involved in caring and supporting the children with Type 1 diabetes at Linwood. We join the 150 schools across the UK who have already been awarded [...]
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