Teacher Steve Birch has retired from Appleford School after 26 years. Pupils and staff at Appleford said their final farewells to Steve Birch on Friday 17 October. Mr Birch has been with the school since it first opened its doors to pupils with dyslexia and associated...

Boarding provision at Appleford school is ‘Outstanding’ – OFSTED Appleford was recently inspected by Ofsted and received the top grade ‘Outstanding’ in four key areas for its Boarding. Headmaster, Mr David King said “We are all delighted with the report which recognises that our students’ excellent outcomes...

Pupils cycle from Devizes to Westminster   Thirty pupils aged from 7 to 14 and seven members of staff , took part in the school's annual challenge and pedal-powered their way (on average 38 miles per day) from Devizes to Westminster, on a four-day event, camping by...

During Dyslexia Awareness week (14 – 20 October), the pupils at Appleford School wished to highlight that dyslexia was not just a difficulty with reading and spelling, but that dyslexia can bring many strengths! All pupils at the school wrote their names and added comments, (poems and drawings about their feelings about dyslexia) to cards and hung these, along with the names of other famous dyslexics including: Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Richard Branson, Steve Redgrave, Tom Cruise, Hans Christian Anderson, to an Apple tree in the school grounds. The tree was presented by an old pupil of the school and planted earlier this year.

All parents at Appleford were invited to attend a Parents’ Reception on 11 October. This annual event gives new parents the opportunity to meet with other parents and staff from the school. The dinner, prepared by our excellent catering team, was served in the school dining hall by our Year 10 pupils and was a huge success.