Congratulations to Nicky Keyes, who recently was promoted to Lead ABA Supervisor. We know she will do a fabulous job and continue to help the students at The Quest School to thrive!
This term marks a special milestone for The Quest School. Since opening our doors in 2003, we have now enrolled 50 students! Who could have envisaged what started in a village hall in Offham, with 3 pupils, would turn into the remarkable school that we have today.
Our 50th student, arrived on a phased transition just before half term and has settled into the school well, on a full time basis, since returning after the break!
As part of our Geography curriculum, we have had a Brazil and Carnival Theme Day today.
Our students took part in a fact finding hunt, mask making workshop, beat the goalie and made flag mosaics and carnival shakers. They also completed Brazil themed work sheets!
As you can see from the photos, it was a day full of fun and everyone has finished the term tired but happy. We hope you all have a lovely half term and we look forward to welcoming the students back on Monday 30th October.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org account and invite any queries to be forwarded to that email address.
On Monday, we had a visit from Skills for Employment. All of our pupils made two bird tables as a joint project. They loved using the saws, drills and hammers.
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.
In honour of the election, all pupils have had the chance to vote today for their choice of the next theme day. Votes will be counted and verified soon!