Mill Ford School News
The latest news stories from Mill Ford School.
- Useful Resources for Home Learning
In order to further support our pupils and their families during the COVID 19 outbreak, we have created a Useful Resources bubble on the Home Page menu.
- You've Got a Friend
Last week may have been half term but the staff were still busy signing along to a new song and creating a video for you. Please click on the news title for the link
- Can You Feel The Love Tonight?
It is that time of the week again! This week's staff signing video is to Can You Feel The Love Tonight by Elton John, from Disney's Lion King. Please click on the News Title for the link to the video.
- Shotgun by George Ezra
The staff are having so much fun making a new sing and sign video for our pupils each week. This week our resources assistant, Nicole, chose Shotgun by George Ezra. Please click the news title for the link.
- Plymouth Virtual Pirate Weekend
Plymouth are 'hosting' a virtual Pirate Weekend with an exciting virtual line- up of pirate entertainment. Please click on the News Title for the link to further information.
- VE Day bunting
The BBC local radio are asking people to do their bit for VE day and make their own special ‘Great British Bunting to display in their windows on Friday and over the weekend. For more information and the link please click on the News Title.
- Somewhere Over the Rainbow/Wonderful World
The staff have been signing again! The link to our latest creation can be found by clicking the News Title.
- Pupils Gallery
We are very proud of all the pupils at Mill Ford, their work and achievements. We have a new item under the pupil bubble - Pupils Gallery. A space where the pupils can share what they are most proud of.
- Potential lifting of lockdown restrictions
Please see the link at the top of the Home Page regarding any potential lifting on lockdown restrictions and the School.
- Sensory Resources
We have uploaded some sensory resources to the Useful Resources bubble (Sensory Resources) and are very grateful to Sensory Spectacle founder, Becky Lyddon, for allowing them to be shared with our families in the current pandemic situation.