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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

june, 2017

1may - 30jun12:00 amjun 30- 11:59 pmCity of Culture EventFountain 17 Project

1jun - 31jul1:00 amjul 31- 1:00 amCity of Culture EventFreedom Art Exhibition

28junAll DayCity of Culture Event'Wired Differently'



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Latest News

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

Multi-Academy Trust Consultation

You will probably have heard that many schools are now forming multi-academy trusts and are no longer part of the local authority. Our school would like to join with a group of other schools to

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

African Themed Learning Day

The Primary pupils took part in an exciting and engaging themed day with a focus on Africa, linking their learning about Needlers Ltd. of Hull and the origins of chocolate. Throughout the day they took

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