Audio Letters and Information

Please click the links to listen to audio readings of letters and read information from St Philip’s School:


Letter about using local parks safely – April 2023

Letter to Parents about Internet Safety

ASD Parent/Carer Support Group – Monday 3rd October 9.30am-11am Grand Avenue Primary School


Newsletter 14th July 2022

Newsletter 22nd March 2022

Newsletter 25th February 2022

Newsletter 18th January 2022

Newsletter 15th December 2021

Newsletter 2nd December 2021

Letter to parents and carers November 2021


Newsletter 28.05.21

Newsletter 25.05.21

Newsletter 24.05.21

Newsletter 23.05.21

Newsletter 10.05.2021

Newsletter 23.04.2021

Newsletter 24.03.2021

Parent Mail 24.03.2021

Newsletter 25.02.2021

School closure 10.02.2021

School closure 09.02.2021

Kooth online counselling service 08.02.2021

Letter to parents and carers 20.01.2021

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report



Our GCSE Art students have been working hard this week putting together their final art pieces for their exam portfolios.  The pupils chose to work in a variety of mediums from painting to sculpture to textiles and silk screen painting.  …

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Beach Theatre Workshop

Woodlands class recently visited the Polka Theatre to take part in a workshop in their new Sensory Space.  The workshop focused on the beach and pupils enjoyed explored using all their senses from smelling ice cream to playing beach ball …

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A Rosette from Royalty

Well done to Eva who took part in the Royal Windsor Horse Show and met the Duchess of Edinburgh, who presented Eva with her rosette. Eva  was taking part in the Riding for the Disabled Association’s Fancy Dress Parade that …

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TAG Youth Club

TAG kids are really excited to launch their latest Youth Club at St Philip’s School. TAG Kids provides a safe space for children and young people between the ages of 8 and 18 with high functioning additional needs (mild to …

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