The Sentinel By Kathie McInnes
SPECIAL school students who run their own horticultural business, volunteer as market traders and do other enterprising projects, have won a national award for their work.
Pupils and staff from The Meadows School, in Leek, were presented with the Go4It gold award at a ceremony in the House of Lords.
It was in recognition of the school’s adventurous curriculum, where young people with a wide range of special needs are given opportunities to put practical skills into action.
Now the school plans to create its own horticulture centre, so sixth form students can gain valuable experience for future jobs.
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