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Wargrave House School & Sixth Form College winning the National Association of Special Schools (NASS) ‘Outstanding Impact Award’ 2022.

“Outstanding Impact” sees Wargrave House win again

by Gemma Melling

Wargrave House School & Sixth Form College have ended 2022 with yet another accolade, as winners at the prestigious NASS Awards 2022.

The organisation, in Newton-le-Willows, was named winner of the National Association of Special Schools (NASS) ‘Outstanding Impact Award’ 2022, after being shortlisted as finalists in three categories.

The awards showcase the work of all the special schools in this sector, which are delivering exceptional education and helping students achieve, whilst building self-esteem through immersive activities which also enhance relationships at all levels.

Stuart Jamieson, Head of Education said, “We’re really pleased that our work is being recognised by NASS who are at the fore front of innovative practice, and I am exceptionally proud of all our learners, students and staff.  This is a remarkable achievement and this acknowledgement is a great testimony to our education and therapy teams who ensure we are at the forefront of national developments in providing the best possible learning experiences for all our young people.”

The National Association of Independent Schools & Non-Maintained Special Schools (NASS) work with and for special schools in the independent, voluntary and private sectors within the UK.  NASS are proud of their role in improving opportunities and standards for special schools.

For more information about the curriculum at Wargrave House School & Sixth Form and how community links are embraced to develop independence, please call on 01925 224899 or email enquiries@wargravehouse.com.

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