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raised by 2 donations

of £9,000.00 Target Goal


The Story

The Garth School caters for pupils aged 2 to 19 with complex needs to include: Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, Significant Global Development Delay, Autism, Downs Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy. 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. The staff feel passionately about refurbishing this facility to provide a full sensory experience for pupils. The PTA have supported and have been fundraising to donate a whopping £5,905 towards the project. We have also received a kind donation from Cllr Sneath of £250. We require £9,000 in total to complete the project and purchase new bespoke sensory equipment. Any help you can give is hugely appreciated. THANK YOU.

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Sensory Equipment Project

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