All posts by: Maree Oxnard

About Maree Oxnard

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 […]

Our Secondary Department are desperately seeking ‘Reading Volunteers’ to hear the children read.  Would you be able to spare some time on either a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday (term time only) between 9.15am-12:00pm?  Please explore our website and then, if you feel it is something you could do, contact Joni Campbell  (email: jcampbell15.306@lgflmail.org or telephone […]

Wonderful performances from everyone in the Secondary show, with performances to Early Years, Primary, visitors from Regina Coeli school and parents and friends; four performances, culminating in the famous evening show on the 12th July.  The show was all about the dreams of the pupils and the ‘magic’ that happens at St Giles…it was a […]

The red carpet came out on 6 July to give pupils from Years 9, 10 & 11 and their guests the VIP treatment for the sixth St Giles prom.  Guests enjoyed the evening with a live band followed by a disco by DJ Martin Bell, a former pupil.  A special thanks to all the staff for making it […]

We are thrilled to announce that one of our school governors, Mr Ken Morcombe, has been awarded an MBE for his services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Mr Morcombe has been a governor at St Giles for 12 years and during that time he has supported and challenged the school to ensure […]