Tuke School News

17Dec 2019

Well done to all our staff and students who contributed so well to our 2019 end of year production. Lawrence devised ‘A Spoonful of Sugar’ with four Mary Poppins! We were very fortunate that Heeji also offered her services to the school as a pianist; we could not have done it without her! Some special […]

05Dec 2019

For many of our students, the opportunity to take part in regular sensory circuits is invaluable. Participation in a short sensory motor circuit is a great way to both energise and settle students into the school day. The aim is to focus concentration in readiness for the day’s learning. The circuit also encourages the development […]

18Nov 2019

Great News! Tuke School is proud to announce thats its amazing team has now created two new “Podcast Stories” podcasts for you to listen to at home together. Our new stories are “Farmer Duck“, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and “The Lion and the mouse“. To listen to these new stories, please visit our Podcast Story […]

11Oct 2019

Thank you for all your food donations this year. Pecan, Southwark, foodbank ensures that your donations reach the people most in need within our local area.

03Sep 2019

  We have some fantastic news to share.  We are delighted to let you know that we have achieved the Investors in People Standard at Silver level. Our accreditation lasts for the next three years and, in line with IIP’s recommendations, we will continue to look to make improvements in people management throughout the school. […]

25Jul 2019

It was a warm day in July when we celebrated Sports day.  Tuke School was awash with colour and a sense of competition was in the air! All students participated in races In the morning & in the afternoon. This year we included a penalty Shoot-out competition and I think we need more practice at […]

25Jul 2019

Paul received a Jack Petchy Leaders award this year for, amongst other things, writing the Tuke Song, and devising & producing whole school events. Thank you Paul we really appreciate your hard work and creativity.  Students were also proud to receive awards this year went to Mohamed, Ogechi and Ali.

25Jul 2019

We are very proud that Jack and Tina ran for the National Autistic Society and Make a wish foundation in the London Marathon this summer.  Their times of 4hrs 36mins and 5hrs 11mins were a testament to their diligent training and fitness.  

25Jul 2019

This term was a hit for staff and students who showcased their skills.  We all enjoyed watching the wealth of talent. Thanks to Jumoke for organising and producing the event and to parents & carers who came to watch.  Story Podcasts! We have new story podcasts told by our staff available on our website at […]

25Jul 2019

This summer term Jumoke has led a staff choir.  You may have listened to them at Tukes got talent, which is also featured in  our blog so please look out for that story, and some great pictures! It wasn’t just staff in the choir as students joined in too, which made the whole experience even […]