Well done Belmont CE (Controlled) Primary who are trying to raise £2000 for new equipment to help children in the school who suffer from sensory processing disorder (SPD). Pupils, staff, parents and staff from Tree Tops Children’s Occupational Therapy took part in a day of activities using the specialist equipment provided by Tree Tops which helps with developing the children’s movement skills.
A big “Thank you” to mums Suzy Naylor-Wilson (her six-year-old son Gregor attendsTree Tops), along with Amanda McNabola who helped to organise the day.
To read the full article in the Northern Echo click on this link: http://bit.ly/2gEFgui
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