This morning some members of the Pupil Council took part in the Aberdeen City Development Plan consultation.
This week Camphill School Aberdeen hosted a group from the European ENABLE Project working on improving employment training and opportunities for young people with disabilities.
Camphill School Aberdeen hosted and presented what proved to be a very successful SCILL (Supporting Children in Learning for Life) workshop on Anger Management in the home.
The spring 2013 edition of the Camphill School Aberdeen Network newsletter is out now.
Scottish Parliament Debate on Camphill
Three swimmers from Camphill School Aberdeen competed in the Scottish Junior Championships, for swimmers with a learning disability, at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre in Glasgow.
Two pupils from Camphill School Aberdeen were among the cast taking part in the Culter Theatre Group’s production of 'Beauty and the Beast'.
National biannual event hosted by Camphill School Aberdeen and Newton Dee. Over 100 participants.
In September both Nature Nurture and the St Andrew’s Project made presentations at the 12th European Scientific Association on Residential Foster Care for Children and Adolescents (EUSARF) Conference.
We have just heard that we have received the ‘green light’ from Aberdeen University to continue with the development of a newly designed BA in Social Pedagogy.
Camphill School Aberdeen achieved gold standard at its first attempt, and the coveted Green Flag after the assessors visited on Tuesday 22 May.
Camphill School Aberdeen has been recognised as achieving “outstanding, sector-leading” standards in a report by Education Scotland and the Care Inspectorate.
We have again been accredited by the National Autistic Society
Following requests to be open the whole year through, we now operate and are open for business a full 52 weeks a year.
Respite is now offered to all Camphill School pupils as well as non-Camphill School pupils throughout the school holidays.