Life at the School

A ‘Good’ OfSTEd Report!

5 July 2017

We are delighted to announce that MacIntyre School had its OfSTEd Education inspection 13-15 June 2017 and was judged to be Good in all areas except Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare which was judged to be Outstanding, meaning that the overall judgement was Good.
This inspection was aligned with the inspection of the on-site children’s home, which has also received a provisional judgement of Good; we await the final report.

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Students take on the Big Hike

28 June 2017

Earlier in June, the annual Big Hike returned to the Peak District. Both staff and students joined other adults and young people supported by MacIntyre across the country to camp and hike for up to seven days, covering up to 10 miles each day. This was no easy task on an ordinary day, but the soaring temperatures on a few of the days made it even more of a challenge, which the students faced head-on.

The Big Hike is a brilliant opportunity to meet new people, to work together and to work on skills such as map-reading and increasing independence. The students thoroughly enjoyed the challenge and came back with lots of stories to tell.

MacFest returns

12 June 2017

MacFest is back, returning to MacIntyre School on Sunday, 25 June. If you remember MacFest last year, it was a brilliant day filled with fun, laughter, music and great food!

Join us from 12 – 5pm for live music – with bands playing all day – drinks, with a licensed bar, live animals including horses, Irish dancers, a magician, tombola, cakes, a BBQ, lots of stalls and much more!

Event details

What: MacFest
When: Sunday 25 June, 12-5pm
Where: MacIntyre School, Leighton Road, Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, HP22 4PA

We look forward to seeing you there! In the meantime, have a look at the photos from previous years.

Tana’s 18!

24 January 2017

The MacIntyre School Youth Club is held every Thursday after school hours and is a great way for the students to relax, have fun and take part in different activities. Last week, the club was slightly different as the group took the occasion to celebrate Tana’s 18th Birthday. There was a disco with a DJ, dancing, lots of food and of course a delicious cake, which both Tana and the rest of the group enjoyed.

Halloween fun in House 2

2 November 2016

House 2 had a spooktacular time celebrating Halloween this year. Staff and students dressed up as ghosts, ghouls and witches, which involved lots of face paint, fancy wigs and hats! As no party is complete without decorations, the house was also draped with fake cobwebs and banners. Both staff and students also enjoyed a creepy taste test, where ghastly delights such as ‘mice’, ‘blood’ and ‘fangs’ were sampled. Everyone then continued to dance the night away to some stomping Halloween tunes!

MacIntyre School Celebrates Staff Excellence

10 October 2016

Eight members of staff at MacIntyre School Wingrave have been recognised for demonstrating outstanding practice in the Staff Excellence Awards today held at the school. Each winner was nominated for various reasons, including giving constant support and commitment and always going ‘above and beyond’, but above all, each person has made a real difference to the school.
We are pleased to announce the winners
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Celebrating World Smile Day at MacIntyre School Wingrave

10 October 2016

Every Friday morning, the staff and students at MacIntyre School come together to celebrate the achievements of the week. From being able to walk to school independently, to completing an art task, or even simply achieving a personal best, the progress that has been made throughout the week by each student and class is recognised.

Last week the assembly was made even more special as it was World Smile Day. The accomplishments of each student and class certainly were something worth smiling about! To acknowledge the special day, each student showed their best smile as they collected their certificate and showcased their work for the week.

MacIntyre Stories: Robert’s camera

12 September 2016

This lovely story was created 5 years ago. Since then Robert has grown, not only in height but also confidence and skills. He is starting another year at the MacIntyre school. Good luck, Robert and all the students!

Prom 2016

26 July 2016

7 students are moving on from MacIntyre School in Wingrave to college and supported living settings. We will miss you!

Wingrave Prom 2016


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