The inspectors came to visit our school last month and looked at our care provision. We are pleased to let you know they found that our care provision (all the residential care) remains of outstanding quality. Principal, Billy McInally, said: “We are delighted with the result, this is what happens … Read more »
Our maintenance manager, Terry Jones, retired last week. Terry had worked at Hamilton Lodge for nearly 44 years. He will be much missed by the staff and pupils. We wish him well in his retirement and we thanked him for his hard work with a party.
Louis, one of our college students, has raised money for charities through his running challenges before. This time he has completed a half marathon. He has raised almost £1,000 for NDCS (National Deaf Children’s Society) and you can help him have an even bigger success by donating here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/louisdhalfmarathon Pippa … Read more »
David Sawyer, MBE is a Brighton resident who has dedicated his life to voluntary work and fundraising for charities. He was honoured with an MBE for his work in 2017. David first helped pupils from Hamilton Lodge School for Deaf Children aged 15, in 1951, when he was doing his … Read more »
This letter is from Ofsted explaining what the inspection is and how you can complete a survey to help them understand what you think and your experience of our care provision. Letter to parents and carers from Ofsted on the inspection of our residential and boarding provision 2019 Within the … Read more »
Daz Saunders came to assembly today to talk to us about her son, Connor. Connor died in 2012 after a single punch caused him to lose his balance and hit his head on the ground causing severe brain damage. We found out that Connor was an organ donor and he … Read more »