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Welcome to Mabel Prichard School’s website – I hope you enjoy finding out about our school.

Mabel Prichard is a school for children aged between 2 and 19 years of age with a wide range of learning difficulties. We meet the needs of children with severe learning difficulties and profound and multiple learning difficulties. Mabel Prichard serves the city of Oxford.

 

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Mad Hatter’s Tea Party for Key Stage 3

KS3 Mad hatters tea party May 2016

Key stage 3 had a lovely morning taking part in a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. We all shared our Alice in Wonderland Stories and enjoyed eating cakes and sandwiches and drinking tea at the party.

Learning about Islam

KS3 learn about Islam

KS3 learn about Islam

 

Key Stage 3 have enjoyed learning about Islam whilst on a educational outing to the Central Oxford Mosque on Cowley Road.

Zoia from Gold Class helps out at OCC

Zoia from Gold class helped Oxfordshire County Council interview candidates for care services

Zoia from Gold class helped Oxfordshire County Council interview candidates for care services

 

Zoia from Gold class helped Oxfordshire County Council interview candidates for care services

 

 

Messing around on the River

Red class had a fantastic day trip out on the River due to the very kind sponsorship of ‘The Shanly Foundation’. Our lovely Skippers Lucy and Alan let the pupils become captains of the boat and took us on a trip down the Thames on the ‘Rivertime’ boat owned by the River Trust Foundation on Wednesday 19th May. The pupils all had a fabulous time watching all the animal life on the river, as the ducks and geese played, the cows drank from the water and the lambs tried not to fall in.

We went through a lock twice and the pupils watched as the lock keeper let the water empty and then fill the lock again to go up and down the river. Everyone had a such a wonderful day!

 

 

After School Club Opens

Mabel Prichard has just opened an After School Club at the Upper site on Wednesday evenings between 3.00 and 4.30pm £7 per session. This enablesstudents of all ages and abilities to have fun together and relax after a full day of learning.

The students had great fun and enjoyed just chilling with their friends!

 

Key Stage 3: learning Geography in the Oxford community

 

Key Stage 3 have been learning about what is going on in Oxford as part of their geography topic. This term we have enjoyed a couple of trips out to The Oxford Museum of Natural History and to a local cafe in Blackbird Leys called ‘Communi-tea cafe.’ We have all had a great time and enjoyed being part of the community.

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