30th March 2020 Coronavirus update
The school currently remains closed to protect our vulnerable school community.
You can find further advice at: https://councilfordisabledchildren.org.uk/news-opinion/news/coronavirus-support-parent-carers-and-children-young-people
Class teachers are sharing fun activities you can do with your child at home on evidence for learning so please make sure you check this regularly. Please feel free to add any photos or videos of your home learning. If you have not yet signed up see the attached letter for registration details.
It was lovely to see a number of parents and pupils joining in a class group session on Zoom this morning. Teachers will be arranging more of these over the coming weeks so make sure you are signed up. Please see attached letter for registration details.
Widgit are offering free access to parents and carers to the systems and resources they need to make symbols to use with your child at home. Setting up your individual account takes 2 minutes. Go to www.widgitonline.com/offer and fill in the signup form using the code WIDGIT30
During our school closure you will still be able to make contact with the school via office at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also email Julie Cook, our Family Support Worker at: email@example.com
Please continue to check here for updates.
Best Wishes and stay safe.
Vicki and all the Ravensbourne Team
Lime Academy Ravensbourne is an all age special school which is part of the Lime Trust and based in Havering. We strive to ensure that every pupil has access to a bespoke learning pathway delivered through a multi-sensory approach.
We work in multi-agency teams and in partnership with parents and carers to ensure a holistic approach to learning. All our staff work hard to ensure that pupils have access to a creative and purposeful curriculum that develops independence and promotes pupil voice.
We are a strong learning community with pupils at the centre ensuring that our vision is fulfilled.
Small steps, great strides, to acknowledge aspire and strive.
Victoria Fackler, Headteacher