Our Vision
Equipping Our Learners For Life
Our Values
Learning
Teaching the way pupils learn
Our Values
Respect
For everyone, everyday
Our Values
Equality
Investing in opportunities for all
Our Values
Independence
Prioritising skills for life

A very warm welcome from

Pond Meadow Academy Trust

We are an outstanding special school with high ambition, committed to best preparing pupils from the moment they join us for life beyond school, which is reflected in our vision and values.
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Autumn arts, Ladybirds and Dragonfly have been busy making clay impressions of leaves this week. https://t.co/cOEarXJ59A
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This week we welcomed Charterhouse School volunteers to help us with our very exciting garden project. Some wonderful restroration work going on with our planters. -16 https://t.co/1d0CmkOitp
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Celebrating national poetry day in style....Robins class went for sensory messy poems today including 'jelly on a plate'! https://t.co/Wgyetbf8GJ
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Hello everyone xxx This week of sign of week is Scissors ✂️ Be careful when you using the scissors and if you not being careful you could hurt yourself so be careful when using scissors. https://t.co/3u2Ct3dLVU
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Our core vision here at Pond Meadow is 'equipping our learners for life' and here we are doing just that. Making toast! Maple class all showed brilliant independence in this activity. https://t.co/AjUPfz0m8E
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Continuing the theme of weather, Waterfall class explore different types of weather through sensory play - here we're making rain clouds and calm and rough seas! https://t.co/dBROPC5Ua9
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Waterfall's wonderful poem! Oh what fun we had making this one together. https://t.co/Bm7WwqqZre
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This week in English lessons, Willow class have been exploring 'all about me', looking at our families, our routines and our interests.
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We have started our new sensory story this week in Lavender Class. It is based on ‘See What I Can Do’ by Jon Roberts. It is the story of children explaining their disabilities by telling others what they can do. Our favourite part has been listening to Swan Lake.
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Students take part in attention style activities to learn about the weather....it's raining today! https://t.co/FBm2bTFIFg
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The student voice is calling for items for harvest, to go to the North Guildford Food bank; we need: Pasta, tea bags, tinned meat, tinned fruit, chocolate, crisps and biscuits. Please send items into school by Monday 27th September.