It’s been a very busy and festive couple of weeks at Olsen House School, Liverpool.
The staff and young people from Olsen House School collected food bank donations over the festive period and took them to the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool for distribution. Everyone has shown a great willingness to help others less fortunate and has enjoyed giving to others during the Christmas season.
It has also been a time for enjoying and sharing a delicious Christmas lunch together. Everyone tucked into a lovely Christmas Roast Dinner of turkey and all the trimmings prepared by Mr Speck.
The children and young people also enjoyed a selection of Christmas activities throughout the day including films, Christmas crafts, board games, sensory activities and IT. After lunch there was the opportunity to take part in Reindeer racing, a table tennis tournament and a pool tournament.
Children and young people from diverse backgrounds come to Olsen House School because they cannot continue in mainstream education for various reasons.
The school provides a safe learning environment for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) with associated needs including deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism (ASC), moderate and specific learning difficulties (LD).
What festive fun has been had and thoroughly enjoyed by all! Merry Christmas to everyone at Olsen House School, Liverpool.