• Arbour Vale School, Farnham Road, Slough, Berkshire, SL2 3AE
  • 01753 515 560
  • office@arbourvaleschool.org

Letter to Parents – Start of Term

Covid 19 – General Site Risk Assessment September 2021

Emergency, Out of Hours number: 07519 130641

Sixth Form Bursary

The 16+ Bursary Fund provides financial help for young people aged 16 to 19 who face barriers to staying in education. It is available to eligible young people studying in school/academy sixth forms, college and training providers in England. There are two types of bursary available:

(1) Bursaries of £1200 a year for the most vulnerable young people; and

(2) Discretionary bursaries based on individual need, such as help with the costs of travel or equipment

Please contact the school to see if your son or daughter is eligible for the fund.

Click here for the 16-19 Bursary application form.

If you would like to read the 16-19 Bursary Fund Policy please click here.

Latest News

Successful STEM Launch

STEM Launch July saw the  launch of our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) curriculum initiative. All pupils across the school took part in a STEM project, in which they had to design a future mode of transport which can be …

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Another fantastic workshop

On Tuesday 25th May, we hosted an online Toilet Training workshop for parents and carers of pupils at Arbour Vale School. The workshop was delivered by specialist bladder and bowel Nursery Nurses from The Continence Advisory Service. Thank you to …

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Fantastic feedback

Over the past six weeks, we have been hosting a ‘Time Out for Special Needs?’ workshop. The sessions were held on Zoom for our unique community. Throughout the course we saw parents and carers grow in confidence and explore new …

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

As part of the Recovery Curriculum and the Arts Award Programme, the students from “AVH Bubble” were able to watch a show produced by M&M Theatrical Productions. Due to restrictions, only 1 actress, Helen, was able to come to our …

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