Looking back to last month, here are the highlights of the spectacular performances of A Midsummer Night's Dream by students from Stony Dean School, a specialist secondary school for young people with communication and interaction difficulties such as autism. Somewhat unseasonal to perform this play in mid-December, but our hearts were warmed by the boys' enthusiasm and the stunning audience reactions - watch this space for more on that soon!
This week on our Year Six projects, the children have been learning how to scale up a small design onto a large canvas. They've learned teamwork, how to use tape measures, and lots of mental maths!
We were delighted to welcome Heart of Bucks to a performance at Stony Dean School last month - it was great to be able to show them how much of a difference their support made to the students involved! They've written a lovely impact report on their website, which you can find here.