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Mont a l'Abbe School

Provides a broad and balanced education for children with Severe or Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (SLD and PMLD) aged 3-19, whose needs cannot be met within a mainstream setting.

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Surf Check for Mr. Dingle

Our fantastic pupils went out to St Ouens for their “Out in The Community” visit.  We were able to dress ready for the elements and got some fantastic pictures of our trip.  We looked at…
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2016 Key Stage Transitions

*Department for Education (UK) Progression Guidance

100%

of Key Stage 2 pupils achieved or exceeded targets set by National Standards

100%

of Key Stage 3 pupils achieved or exceeded targets set by National Standards

100%

of Key Stage 4 pupils achieved or exceeded targets set by National Standards

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It was lovely to see some familiar faces from Highlands college doing work experience at school this week. Well done guys, keep up the great work ...

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On Friday Class One were explorers searching for jungle animals in our Forest School. ...

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Advance notice that the autism-friendly screening at Cineworld for Sunday 2 April will be the new version of Beauty and the Beast. The film starts at 11 am

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Class 8, Class 10 and the Duke Of Edinburgh group got together for a beach clean this morning. We managed to find 4 bags worth of rubbish on St Aubins beach. All we left on the beach was our footprints. We were joined by Jo Carter the Community Support Officer. ...

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How to restrict apps and media on your child's iPhone and iPad To restrict apps and media on iOS devices, use Restrictions in Settings. Go to Settings → General → Restrictions and type your restriction passcode. If you haven’t used Restrictions before, tap Enable Restrictions and create a passcode that you’ll need to adjust these settings in the future. It’s wise to pick a passcode that’s different from the one for unlocking the device. You should now see the listed apps and features that are allowed on your device. What we’re interested in are the sliders underneath the Allowed Content heading: For each option such as movies, music and apps you can set a restricted option around sexual content and age appropriate material. In regard to Apps you can select the rating you want to allow app downloads for. You can set age ratings for apps between 4+, 9+, 12+ and 17+ years of age.

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We will be running the Circle of Security Programme for parents and carers. Please see the form in book bags today. ...

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Class 3 and 4 had a brilliant trip to the zoo to look at the different animals, thinking about which lived in a Jungle and which ones didn't. ...

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Free Mother's Day arts and crafts this Sunday at Fort Regent. Come and join us for a day packed full of free activities at this Sunday's Fort For All Day including Mother's Day crafts. Follow the event page for daily updates. bit.ly/Fort_For_All_Day_2017

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