A wonderful occasion was held at Appleford on 13 October. A four course dinner was prepared by the catering staff and parents invited to a black tie event. Pupils were involved with laying tables, polishing glasses, folding napkins, and flower arrangements. Pupils in year 10 and...

During Dyslexia Awareness Week, pupils from Appleford School took part in No Pens Day. This is a national speaking and listening event organised by the Communication Trust. The purpose of No Pens Day is to enable teachers to give students the opportunity to develop their...

This Spring Term the pupils in Lower School have been studying Romans. This culminated in a Roman banquet including spit roasted dormice, peacock tongues, wild boar sausages and a variety of whole fish, along with olives, figs and breads. The guest of honour was Emperor Claudius,...

On Friday 5 July, Appleford School held a Topping Out ceremony to celebrate the last beam being placed at the top of a newly erected building in the school grounds. Appleford is a specialist school for pupils with

As part of their Book Week celebrations, the pupils and staff of Appleford School, were visited by story teller Lizzie Bryant. They were treated to a morning of Celtic myths and legends and  all sat transfixed as they listened to stories about giants, magic and epic battles between good and evil. The morning was a great success and the mystical tales really captured the pupils’ imagination.