Sports Day

We are looking forward to our Sports Day on Thursday 29th June,Parents are welcome to attend, Primary 10-11.30, Secondary + 6th Form 1.30-3.00, please sign in at reception when you arrive. 

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Fun in the Park!

Hi guys,

Today I got to go to the Royal Pavilion café and the Victoria playground with Download class. It was AMAZING! I was so excited at first that I just ran round and around everything! The pupils were having a fantastic time playing on the zip-wire, the swings, the slides and the roundabout so I decided to join in. 

I sat on Miss Passingham's lap to go down the by slide, I was quite nervous but once we had got to the bottom I had enjoyed it so much that I ran straight around to go again! Then I realised I could slide all by myself down the rock climbing wall, so I spent a while doing this. 

After that I went to join my friends and we all had a lovely time on the big swings!

Bye for now, Jax 

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Fun in the Park!

Register Duty

Hello everyone, 

This week I have been doing so well and can now take the register up to reception (as long as they give me a biscuit!)

More photos of me doing it are here: http://www.threeways.co.uk/pupil-zone/photo-gallery

Look out for me around the school helping out with new jobs.

See you soon, 

Jax 

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Register Duty

First Blog from Jax…

Hi everyone, I'm Jax, the not so small puppy!! I am growing so fast no-one can believe it!
I've had a wonderful first T1erm at Three Ways School. I love being around the pupils all day and getting to play with them. I am very good at staying clam and coping with lots of pupils at a time.
I am still very young, only just 6 months, so I spend a lot of time asleep under desks. I love having gentle strokes while I'm here and I often get caught snoring and grunting or even running in my sleep!
I have just started travelling around with Download class and have had some wonderful trips to Sainsbury's, the park, and into Bath on the bus - this was my favourite! 
I've also had some lovely visits to other classes around school, which I love to do, they are all so fun and love to play with me and my toys - I love to be naughty and play chasing games. 
I must get back to work now, sleeping under a desk takes up a lot of time you know!

Speak soon. 

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First Blog from Jax…

3 Cafe & Kitchen is open!!

We’re delighted to announce the Workskills Café is now complete. We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone that has supported this project and given money and time to help us realise the dream of making sure pupils have the skills and opportunity to enter the workplace.

The Workskills Centre is also providing a much-needed community hub, offering a meeting space that is suitable for many types of meeting, internet access and community services.

Three Ways has an international reputation for the standard of care and education we offer our students with a wide range of Special Needs, but we belong to our local community first.

We look forward to welcoming everyone to our café where you can enjoy a wide selection of food and drinks in a warm and relaxing setting. 

The Cafe is open during the following times

 Monday - Friday 8am–4pm

Saturday 8am–12pm

Sunday Closed


Breakfast times are between 8am - 10.30am

Lunch Times are 12am - 2pm 

 

 

You can keep up to date by having a look at our twitter and facebook pages

https://www.facebook.com/3-Cafe-and-Kitchen-1691918487503658/

https://twitter.com/3CafeKitchen

To view the current menu please click the document link below

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3 Cafe & Kitchen is open!!

Holi Festival at Three Ways School is a colourful sight…

Pupils at Three Ways School enjoyed covering themselves in powder paint at a Holi Festival last term, held in the school playground.

Holi is a Hindu festival celebrating the end of winter in February and March, and celebrating spring with all its colours.

Pupils had plenty of fun throwing the powder paint at the event, which was held to finish off a series of lessons and learning activities based on the festival.

Lucy Knibb, head of art, said: "It was a true delight and the children really enjoyed themselves."

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Holi Festival at Three Ways School is a colourful sight…

Pupils at Three Ways School learn life skills at Bath Fire Station

Pupils at Three Ways School learnt how to deal with emergency situations during a hands-on workshop at Bath Fire Station.
The young people, aged 16 to 19, spent the day taking part in role play scenarios.
They learnt how to manage a chip pan fire, what to do if you're in a fire, and how to deal with different types of fires.
Three Ways School, on Frome Road, caters for children with special educational needs.

The day was part of a program that the school's sixth form is developing to give young people the skills and experience they need to live independently.
Class teacher Kirsten Hafford said: "Our pupils had a fantastic time.
"It was great that the activities were all practical, and will be really helpful for independent living.
"We have several students who sometimes experience fear of emergency services, and the activities and general contact today helped them feel less fearful."

Three Ways School is looking to expand its work experience placements. Please contact Lucy Beattie or Lesley Kinver on (01225) 838070 or e-mail lucy.beattie@threeways.co.uk

 

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Pupils at Three Ways School learn life skills at Bath Fire Station

Crest Nicholson Donates £500 To Threeways School

Crest Nicholson Donates £500 To Three Ways School

 
Housing developer Crest Nicholson Regeneration has made a donation of £500 to the art facility at Three Ways School, and invited pupils to get involved with Bath Riverside.
 
The developer of Bath Riverside has made a contribution of £500 to the department and has also invited pupils from the school to submit artwork to be considered for inclusion within the development.
 
Bath Riverside has an art strategy in place to ensure that a range of works are incorporated into Bath’s newest residential quarter, providing various points of interest around the site.
 
Installations to date include stone carvings, bronzes and window etchings and there are more planned for the future.
 
As the project progresses into future phases, there will be further opportunity for new artworks to be included, which is why Crest Nicholson has approached Bath’s Three Ways School for its input.
 
Peter Dickinson, who oversees the art strategy for Crest Nicholson, said: “We were impressed by some of the superb work which has been produced by Three Ways School which is why we are keen to offer support and encourage the pupils to be involved in the regeneration of Bath Riverside.
 
“Crest Nicholson Regeneration is creating homes which appeal to all, regardless of age or disability, and to this end we will also be giving careful consideration to the types of art installations and their locations to ensure they can be enjoyed by everyone.”
 
“All artwork will be considered on its own merit judged by an independent panel before being incorporated into the development.”
 
Fareen Lalani, Development Executive for Crest Nicholson Regeneration added, “We’re pleased to support Three Ways School and we’re looking forward to seeing the designs made by the children.
 
“The art strategy is an exciting opportunity for people to create a work of art that could literally become part of the city, and hopefully some of the pieces created at Three Ways will be selected for inclusion at Bath Riverside.”
 
Lucy Knibb, Head of Art at Three Ways added: “This is a superb opportunity for the school to have a lasting legacy within a key site in Bath.
 
“We work with pupils with a wide range of learning disabilities and we’re pleased that they have the opportunity to take part in such an exciting project.
 
“Art plays an important role at Three Ways School providing a therapeutic and creative outlet for many of our children.”
 
“We would like to thank Crest Nicholson for their donation to the art department. The money will help us to purchase more materials and equipment for use by all of the pupils in the school.”
 

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Crest Nicholson Donates £500 To Threeways School

Bath Cake Company - Chosen Charity

This year Bath Cake Company has chosen Three Ways School as one of their chosen charities...

Please click on the link below to view the article: 

http://www.bathcakecompany.co.uk/2014/05/threewaysschool

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Bath Cake Company - Chosen Charity

Summer Term Events for Pupils

Have a look at our exciting events for pupils during Term 6...

Date Activites 
Monday 2nd June In-Service Training Day (School Closed to pupils) 
Wednesday 11th June  Primary - Kids Day Out at Longleat 
Monday 23rd June Secondary - Romeo & Juliet at the Egg Theatre 
Thursday 26th June  Secondary & 6th Form Sports Day - 10am 
Thursday 26th June  Primary Sports Day - 1.30pm 
Friday 27th June  Secondary Leavers Assembly and Leaving Day 
Friday 27th June  Leavers Prom
Tuesday 1st July  School Reports send home 
Thursday 10th July  Rotary Garden Project 
Monday 14th July  Orchestra at The Colston Hall 
Wednesday 16th July  Primary Graduation 
Thursday 17th July  Secondary BBQ 
Friday 18th July  6th Form Graduation 
Tuesday 22nd July  Secondary Celebration Assembly 
Tuesday 22nd July  Last Day of Term 

 

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Summer Term Events for Pupils

Joint project with Bath Spa Design Technology PGCE trainees

The project involved the trainees working with Kipling class on a chocolate mould project. They visited the school and observed in classes before working with our group to design the shape of their mould and to make an individual design.

The teachers then went back to their workshop and cut out the mould shape. They also cut the pupils' individual designs, in card, using a laser cutter. They returned to school the following week and worked with the pupils to finish the inserts, using the disc sander, an electric drill and some glue. Then they used our vacuum former to make the mould out of plastic. This they cut and bent to shape using our strip heater.

The following week they used the Food room to melt down some chocolate and pour it into their moulds. Some of them worked on packaging solutions for their own unique brand of chocolates!

It was a high tech project that involved both design and practical skills. The pupils thoroughly enjoyed the project - both working with the Bath Spa teachers, and the outcome of their efforts - chocolate!

We are very grateful to Bath Spa teachers for the time and effort that went into this project. 

Please take a look at all our photographs http://www.threeways.co.uk/pupil-zone/photo-detail/joint-project-with-bath-spa-design-technology-pgce-trainees

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Joint project with Bath Spa Design Technology PGCE trainees
Tea Cup Appeal Launch

Five-year-old boy from Bath given the gift of a voice this Christmas

See the full article http://www.thisisbath.co.uk/year-old-boy-Bath-given-gift-voice-Christmas/story-17635244-detail/story.html 

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Five-year-old boy from Bath given the gift of a voice this Christmas

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