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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.
We have implemented the New National Curriculum. Click here for the latest update.
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Mabel Prichard School took part in ‘sponsored Dance or wiggle’ fundraising event organised by Happy Days.
On Monday 15th of June we had all school dance event where both Upper and Lower school danced their socks off.
Lower school children practised ever so popular Gangnam style and they also had a very special visitor, Anna from Frozen lookalike, who judged the dancing and the costumes!
Upper school practised few disco moves and then enjoyed dancing together. Pupils created some never seen before disco grooves too.
We raised £210 and all money will go to the Happy Days charity.
Since 1992 Happy Day’s Children’s charity has helped over 160.000 disabled, sick and vulnerable children across the UK with holidays and short breaks. Happy Days has helped our school to organise different events, like Christmas pantomime and trip to Legoland.
DISABLED youngsters can now join in fun outdoors after a new £25,000 outdoor playground opened at their Blackbird Leys school.
Staff and parents at Mabel Prichard School called on the community to help raise the cash to transform the run-down facility after equipment became unsuitable for disabled pupils.
The Cuddeson Way school officially opened its new playground on Friday after receiving £10,000 from the Big Lottery Fun last month.
This article is taken from the Oxford Mail.
On Friday 5th June our new playground will be opened by the Right Honourable Andrew Smith M.P.
Refreshments will be available, along with music by Pete Fryer band and a raffle.
Starts 1pm at the Primary site on Cuddesdon Way.
Every child deserves the right to play
Do you have a physical disability and live in Oxfordshire or the surrounding areas? Do you want to play football? If the answer is YES – come along to try this fast paced exciting sport!
Sunday 26th July 10am-3pm
Oxford City Indoor Arena
Open to all ages – all equipment is provided but is limited. To book your place visit: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WFAOxfordFestival
Or for more information, download the PDF.
Sunday 24th May 11am – 5pm
Barracks Lane Community Garden, Barracks Lane (off Cumberland Road), Oxford, OX4 2AP
Come and enjoy some great activities and meet members of Name It … a new grass roots youth project that runs open access sessions on Saturday evenings 6.30 – 9.00pm at Barrack Lane Community Garden.
Take part in henna tattooing, stress ball making, loom band design, design a canvas art, decorate a cake, raffle stall and a lucky dip. Home made food stall, cake stall and refreshments.
This is also the opportunity to meet with staff and young people from the Name It… youth project and discuss membership; outreach and any other queries. Suitable and inclusive for all.