Beech Class

Beech class pupil’s benefit from a mixed range of approaches, including child centred approaches and hands on learning approaches. They require strong visual structures and order to their learning but also need to experience learning in different environments and with different people to ensure that their learning is generalised. Attention autism is used to develop attention to another’s agenda and to increase the time children can spend within a group setting. At present however their best learning occurs in a distraction free environment where they can have the individual attention of an adult.

Beech Class Plan – to follow

‘Thank you very much for all the help and support you have given our daughter. The Link is a great school and our decision to send our daughter here was the best decision we made.”

Parental Survey 2017

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Staff at The Link Primary School are encouraged to attend courses to ensure their professional development continues, making sure they are abreast and up to date with new innovations, as well as consolidating and refreshing their skills, so that the …

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Rhubarb, the Lakeland Terrier was introduced to the Link Primary School back in September 2018. She is a very calm and placid therapy dog. Rhubarb, is now a well and truly part of the family and the children are happy …

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Christmas Fair

Thank you for supporting our annual Link Association Fair, it was lovely to see so many people. As well as spreading lots of festive cheer, over £2,000 was raised. Merry Christmas!      

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We received some wonderful news from OHCAT headquarters, we learnt that three of our pupils had been awarded “Highly Commended” for the festive designs they entered into the OHCAT Christmas Card Competition 2018. Principal, Sandy Turner, presented our three winners …

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