Dawn House School nominated as one of Asdas new ‘Community Causes’

Given the choice on a beautiful Monday afternoon what should we do…work hard in our lessons or have a trip to Asda to see ‘The Friends of Dawn House School’ on the brand new Community Board in Asda, ForestTown, Mansfield. What will the children choose? Asda staff, Dawn House School staff and Key Stage 3 pupils joined the crowds at …

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Guest Blog: Top tips for race day preparations from Tatami Health

Race day preparation. At Tatami Health we know what it takes to get your mind and body race ready so we have asked our marathon running physiotherapist for a few tips to prevent last minute injuries or disappointment on the day. The last few weeks and days leading up to a big race are just as important as the months …

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Dawn House School Headteacher: the day Newsround visited our school

There was an excited buzz in the air as pupils arrived at school on Friday 10th February. Snow had fallen the night before and unlike most days when we have snow, pupils were not altogether happy to see it! ‘They’re travelling from Manchester and the roads might be closed’ pupils groaned whilst others shouted the groaners down confident that when …

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How is my child with SLCN getting on at school?

With the end of the Spring Term just around the corner many parents will be taking a look back at the year so far and having a think about how their son or daughter is getting on at school. For those of you whose child has got speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) there may be even more questions to …

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Guest Blog post on I CAN Chatterbox Challenge by Cheeky Monkeys

The Cheeky Monkeys focused on the nursery rhyme ‘Row Row Row Your Boat’ for the I CAN Chatterbox Challenge. The focus this year was to highlight the opportunity of developing physical movement through action rhymes. The children were involved in making their own boats in preparation for the challenge to take them to the boating lake and discover if they …

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