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30/07/2020   NEW FUNDRAISERS LAUNCHED FOR SPALDING SPECIAL SCHOOLS FEDERATION

Across The Priory and The Garth Schools we have had a challenging and eventful final few months of the year. A big thank you to all our staff and pupils for their hard work, we wish you all a wonderful summer!

With a new academic year in our sights, we are concentrating our fundraising efforts on two areas:

  • The Priory School Forest School Project
  • The Garth School Sensory Equipment Project

The Priory School Forest School Project

As The Priory School’s pupils become more diverse, we need to make changes to the forest to ensure it is fully accessible. In September 2020, we had a new pupil join us who uses a wheelchair. We also have a staff member who uses a wheelchair.

The Priory School is part of the Lincolnshire SEND Review and will eventually become an ‘all needs’ school, meaning future cohorts will be unable to access the Forest School in its current state. While Lincolnshire County Council has pledged to fund a new accessible pathway (across the playing field to the entrance of the Forest School, and also extended pathways throughout), the school is working hard to raise funds to make the current pond area accessible to all.

Please CLICK HERE to read the full story.

The Garth School Sensory Equipment Project

The school currently have a sensory room that was created over 10 years ago. The equipment is used on a daily basis and is now in a poor state of repair. Many items have had to be removed completely and the room is now mostly used as a calming space for pupils.

The space requires the purchase of new bespoke sensory equipment to help stimulate pupils and support them in developing and engaging their senses. The new resources will allow them the opportunity to explore light and moving objects, especially those children with Autism, who often need somewhere away from the busy classroom to regulate themselves. Having new sensory equipment they can access will also help promote language and aid fine and gross motor skills.

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Thank you for taking the time to read about our fundraisers. Please donate/share/tweet our projects far and wide, in the hope of finding support from outside of the schools. Thank you.