First Aid Club
We have a new First Aid Club for key stage 2 children - read more about it by clicking the link- First Aid Club
- We have a new first aid club for key stage 2 pupils.
- We are so proud of our Kitchen staff
- Wow science club have been busy - They have added lots more experiments to their blog
- We all enjoyed a great picnic
- Gavin is taking on The Total Warrior Challenge this weekend
Latest School Calendar Events
- Easter Holidays02Apr2018
9:00 am - 06 apr, 4:00 pm
- Half term holiday18Feb2019
- Halloween Disco23Oct2019
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tickets are £3 and need to be purchased from school by Monday 21st October. You can look forward to refreshments in the dining hall which will include hot dogs, disco in the main hall, a spooky walk and story in the hobbit house and a quiet room is also available. Prizes will be given for the best dressed adult and child costumes and the best carved pumpkin.
- Half term holiday28Oct2019
9:00 am - 01 nov, 4:00 pm
- Coffee Morning (visual strategies)04Nov2019
9:30 am - 11:30 am @ outreach room
Heather Ridley Speech and language therapist will be hosting an informal session on visual strategies. Refreshments will be available from 9:00 a.m.
Columbia Grange is a co-educational school for children with severe learning difficulties and/or autism between the ages of two to eleven years. The school opened in September 2003 and is a purpose built provision with additional facilities for those pupils with autism. The school benefits from assessment facilities in our nursery, various therapy rooms, indoor/outdoor adventure playground, information technology room, music room, library, food technology room, sound and light studio and a parent’s room. The school has extensive outdoor facilities including a multi-purpose play area, pupil’s garden, nature trail and a discovery park.
With the current political drive towards increased inclusion, Columbia Grange act as a flexible base, whereby children (with ASD) from mainstream schools can attend on a temporary basis as part of a planned intervention strategy. In addition to these facilities the school also benefits from having an outreach department, which is staffed by a highly qualified and experienced team of specialists in autism. The school has established itself as a training centre for autism within the city, sharing good practice and delivering training.
Columbia Grange School is not affiliated to any particular religious denomination.