Welcome Back!

We welcome back to school all of our pupils and staff after the Summer holiday!  We hope everyone had a great Summer and are back feeling refreshed and ready for the new school year.

 

Fire Safety Notice

Quest School consider the safety and health of pupils, staff and visitors as of paramount significance and place at the heart of all our activities.

Following the recent tragic events at Grenfell Tower, and subsequent concerns regarding Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) cladding, the DfE have issued guidance regarding required measures that need to be put in place.

In compliance, we have reviewed our Fire Risk Assessment and informed all parents/carers of the measures in place at Quest School. We are also following further updates from DfE and will ensure that subsequent guidance will receive our full attention, and be acted upon if relevant.

Following our review, we can report that we are not aware of any ACM, either on our building, or any nearby.

We will be closed for the Summer Holiday from 1pm on Friday 21st July, however we will monitor our events@questschool.co.uk account and invite any queries to be forwarded to that email address.

Sports and Art Day

Thank you to everyone who came to our Sports and Art Day.  The pupils enjoyed showing their parents and carers all of their art work.  They then participated in a variety of sports races outside. A great time was had by all!

  

The results are in!

Last Thursday pupils voted for the topic of the next theme day .  We can now announce that the winner was Sea Life!

This theme day will take place later this term so keep a look out for photos of the day.

 

Roman Theme Day

Yesterday pupils enjoyed a Roman Theme Day.  They made shields, built a Roman road and fort and participated in a treasure hunt.  All pupils had a great time learning about this period of History.  

 

 

ABA Tutor Vacancy

  • We are looking to recruit a full time ABA Tutor to work on a 1:1 basis in class, ensuring individual pupil programmes are carried out.

    The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children with autism/special needs and have good communication skills both written and verbal.

    A desire to make a difference in the children’s life is essential.

    Should you wish to apply for the position please download an application form and role profile from the right hand side of this page and email to kate.rigby@questschool.co.uk.