Students at SILS have had the fantastic opportunity of visiting the opening week of the Mandela Exhibition at 26 Leake Street, London. Students thoroughly enjoyed the first-hand experience of seeing and working through the various interactive activities, covering the work and life of the Noble Prize
A selection of our pupils at SILS visited the Waterside Care Home in Peckham just before the Christmas break to sing a few carols and join in the festive fun with the residents. It was a really good day for everyone as we all had a fun filled time with dancing, singing and joking on…
Being in the heart of South East London as we are, you wouldnt expect to hear about people taking to the water and experiencing taking charge of a sailing boat; however, we at SILS School being regular visitors to Ahoy Sailing are doing just that! The primary objective of the Ahoy team is to provide…
For a week’s duration Southwark Inclusive Learning Service key stage 4 (Sils) has closed its London Bridge site and moved its entire school community to take up temporary residence at Tate. A collaboration between young people, Sils staff
From Monday 17th through to Friday 21st September 2018, Staff and Pupils of SILS will be taking up residence at the Tate Modern! The whole school will be moving to this amazing pinacle of art for an entire week this term and we are all amazingly excited about the prospect of spending so much time…
On Friday 13th July SILS School took part in its annual Sports Day event. The weather was amazing and the pupils and staff enjoyed an amazing day of sport with some very challenging activities. We took some pictures on the day, which can be
Dear Parents and Carers, Please find below a summary of the activities taking place over the next two weeks leading up to the end of this academic year. Sports Day – 13th July: Sports Day will take place on Friday
We continue to be a GOOD School: On 5th June 2018, Southwark Inclusive Learning Service (SILS) underwent an Ofsted Inspection and we are very pleased to announce that our schools continue to be “GOOD”.
In order to help prepare students for their GCSE English courses, KS3 students attended a ‘Write Here!’ creative writing workshop at the British Library. This workshop encouraged students to generate
The NSPCC have joined forces with O2 to help parents explore and understand online life as children know it and I had previously shared information about their website.