All posts by: Maree Oxnard

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The Governors are pleased to announce the appointment of a new Head Teacher at St Giles, following Mrs Marshall’s decision to retire at the end of August 2019. Following a rigorous selection process, Katharine Lewis has been appointed as permanent Head Teacher with effect from 1 September 2019. She is currently Deputy Head Teacher at […]

Our Boccia teams were very successful at the recent Lord Taverners Boccia competition.   All players did very well and represented the school with passion and pride. Our B team came 4th and our A team came 1st beating Cleve Park in a very tense final. Special recognition should be given to some of the members of […]

On Thursday 7th March, St Giles will be holding World Book Day.  Pupils and staff will be dressing up as their favourite book characters.  More information and helpful hints to follow soon but now is a good time to start planning your costumes. Each child will receive a book token.  

On Wednesday 23rd January, a team of St Giles students attended Evelyn Grace Academy in Lambeth for the first round of the Panathlon competition.  Abdul displayed excellent leadership skills as captain of the Boccia team. He calmly and confidently took control of the game by slowing the pace and  communicating well to his team mates, […]

Help us raise £500 for our own very special children. We will not be running a Christmas Bazaar this year. Instead we are holding a Children in Need event for our own very special children. Last year we raised £830.00 towards the new sensory playground. This year we are fundraising to transform the hall into a […]

We hold two Open Mornings each year to allow visitors to look around the school and find out more about us.  Our next Open Morning is on Friday 2nd November from 10.15am-11.45am.  This is a great chance to show friends and relatives the school and will also be an opportunity for prospective parents and professionals […]

We are thrilled that St Giles has been awarded an Artsmark Platinum Award The Artsmark panel made the following comment about our submission: As a result of the rich, creative and multi-sensory curriculum that you have developed to meet the individual and specific needs of your pupils, you have not only enabled your pupils to […]