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Welcome to Ganton School

Welcome to the Ganton School website; our special school community is a vibrant and energetic collaboration between pupils, staff and families which embraces other community partners and seeks to improve outcomes for all those affected by learning difficulties and disabilities.

It is a place where everybody shines and, as Headteacher, I am delighted to be able to share with you information about our school, our pupils and our activities in the hope that you will celebrate, with us, the special achievements of our community members.

Ganton School is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Sue Jones
Headteacher



Upcoming Events

october, 2017

27oct3:30 pm3:30 pmSchool Closes for Half TermWhole School



Latest Tweets

C'est la vie! Building La Tour Eiffel in Pluto today @HumberEdTrust https://t.co/vEr0cQKfqg
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Pluto Class exploring battery operated toys and shadows in Science @HumberEdTrust https://t.co/Fk0QOPnnXq
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This is how much Blue Ceramics enjoy their enterprise efforts! https://t.co/R8s3UChIMN
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Hard work by the School Nutrition Action Group (SNAG) came to fruition today @SAfoodforlife https://t.co/MW2dp4OeLt
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Latest News

Autumn Activities

Here at Ganton School we have a host of Autumn activities underway including our second Farmer's Market on 18th October and harvest celebrations at both sites. A marvellous £230 was raised with our Macmillan Coffee

Humber Education Trust

As of 1st September Ganton School became part of the Humber Education Trust along with Maybury, Christopher Pickering, Neasden and St Nicholas Primary schools. The remaining schools will join in phases between November and April

Our First Farmer’s Market

The big day has finally arrived and the Farmer's Market has been hailed a huge success by everyone involved!  Rachael Monday and Meg Storey worked hard with the School Nutrition Action Group (SNAG) to plan

Sensory Play

On Tuesday 21st March Sue Banbury will be delivering another of her fabulous sessions called " Simple and Economical Ways to Develop Sensory Play with your Child." This will be at The Compass, 1, Burnham

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