Some of the Forest school children have been faithfully making bird feeders out of apples, peanut butter and bird seed every now and again, to hang up for the birds over winter. We couldn’t understand how they managed to eat all the apples overnight with nothing left at all. We set up a camera to film overnight when we weren’t there, and now we know what happened! Sneaky squirrels!

Frosty Days at Forest Schools

It’s been pretty chilly since our return to Forest Schools after the holidays but we’ve still had fun! We’ve been exploring and playing in the woods, playing in the hammock, feeding the birds, crunching frosty leaves and stamping on frozen puddles. I wonder what we’ll get up to next?!

Relaxed performance at the Kings Theatre

The children at Prospect Bank were very lucky to have the opportunity to attend Beauty and the Beast at the kings theatre. It was a relaxed performance, meaning the house lights stayed on and some of the noises were not as loud as usual, and the children were able to leave their seats and move around should they need to. The performance was sponsored by Cash 4 kids and rowanglen. Everyone has a fantastic time and really enjoyed the experience (and ice cream!!)

Autism-friendly events at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery for children

Festive times are building and here is a chance for an escape into a peaceful and creative weekend opportunity for your young people who may appreciate the space.

Autism-friendly events at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery for children
aged up to 12 years and their families/carers
Join us for early openings this December, 9-10am.
Sunday 2 December
Saturday 8 December
Saturday 15 December
We will provide:
 A quiet space to settle in and return to
 Handling materials
 A visit to our Planes, Trains and Automobiles photography exhibition
 Sensory creative activities
 Experienced, welcoming guide


All children must be accompanied by adult.
Numbers limited; booking essential.
Telephone: 0131 624 6428

Children in Need

This year for children in need we had a dress up/down morning on Fri 16th Nov. Lots of the children and some of the staff dressed up, a lot of ‘onesies’ on show! We raised £111 which is great for such a small school.
Thanks everyone for your donations