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Forthcoming Events

Wednesday 3rd May – Open Morning (fully booked)
Wednesday 5th July – Open Morning
Please note you will need to book a place on our Open Mornings in advance.  Please telephone 01883 713928 ext 104 or email: mrs.macovich@limpsfield-grange.surrey.sch.uk. 

 

Our School in the News

We have been featured in several articles recently.  You can read about us in the links below:

Mrs Wild’s latest blog in the TES, ‘Christmas can be an incredibly difficult time for children with autism’ (December 2016):
https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-views/send-focus-christmas-difficult-time-children-autism

Mrs Wild has written an article, Empowering Autistic Girls, for the digital SEND magazine (November 2016):
https://issuu.com/sendmagazine/docs/send_november_2016_v04_digital

Mrs Wild’s TES online blog (November 2016):
https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-views/why-animals-are-a-teachers-and-a-students-best-friend

The Independent (November 2016):
https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/health/limpsfield-grange-autism-school-girls-headteacher-sarah-wild/

The Independent (November 2016):
https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/health/document-everything-dont-worry-support-headteacher-autistic-girls-school-tells-worried-parents/

Mrs Wild’s TES online blog (October 2016):
https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-views/we-have-not-done-our-job-unless-we-have-given-young-people-skills

‘M’ is on the Top 10 (July 2016):
https://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/2016/jul/05/top-10-speedy-reads

Girls and Autism (SecEd May 2016):
http://bit.ly/1SBfIKR

Mrs Wild’s TES online blog (May 2016):
http://www.tes.com.c.tes.ent.platform.sh/news/school-news/breaking-views/send-focus-most-students-my-school-have-autism-all-them-are-girls

TES Magazine (April 2016):
Where are the girls with autism

Mrs Wild’s TES online blog about supporting mental health in schools:
https://t.co/Ufb4UjTZ6c

 

2016 GCSE Results

Here are the Year 11 GCSE results for Summer 2016:

100% of students achieved at least 1 GCSE A*-G

85% of students achieved 6 or more GCSEs A*-G

15% of students achieved 5+ GCSEs A*-C, including English and Maths.

1 student achieved 9 GCSE A*-B

4 students achieved 6 or more GCSEs A*-C

Students took GCSE exams in a range of the following subjects: English, Mathematics, Additional Science, Core Science, Religious Studies, ICT, Statistics, Art, Catering & Hospitality, Textiles and Health and Social Care.

A* and/or A grades were achieved in English, Maths, Additional Science, Core Science, Religious Studies, ICT, Statistics, Catering & Hospitality and Health and Social Care.