We are very grateful to all the individuals, groups and organisation that help us on a regular basis.
To name just a few:
Alfreton Park Community Special School is extremely grateful to the Alfreton Christian Centre for their kind donation of £650 to our Wheels on the Bus campaign.
David Reed (Store Manager), Joanna Dronfield (Community Champion) and Liz Gration (Customer Service Manager) visited us from Alfreton Tesco and made a kind donation of items for use in our new Hydrotherapy Pool.
The Co-Operative Food Distribution Centre has been raising funds for our school and has kindly donated £384.00 towards our “Wheels on the Bus” appeal.
The Miners Arms (Park Street, Alfreton) held a Sponsored Fun Walk and raised $1,397.45 for ‘Let’s Raise The Roof’.
Kate Pawlitta Ran the Great North Run and raised £213.00 for ‘Let’s Raise The Roof’.
Vulcan Lodge of the Freemasons donated £500 to support ‘Let’s Raise the Roof’
The sensory room is a special room designed to as means of therapy for children with limited communication skills as well to aid their learning.
Amber Valley Rotary club started the work back in May but production had come to a holt until more funds could be raised to complete the project.
Alfreton Park School extended their gratitude to Amber Valley Rotary and the Town Council for all they have done to produce an area ‘out of this world’ for the Children.
Alfreton Park Community School were so pleased with Alfreton Town Football Club’s recent success at being named the Fooball Conference Premier Division Community Club of the year for 2014, they staged a little presentation at the school to celebrate. The scheme, which is now over three years old, joined up with Academy-Links Ltd last summer, which is a company set up by Reds player John McGrath who is pictured with director John Glasby showing off the cheque along with children and Marie Redfern, one of the staff from the school.
Local company Eurocell have helped staff and students to create a fantastic Forest School base within Alfreton Park’s school grounds.
A team of employees from Toyota are giving their support to Alfreton Park Community Special School sixth form – Alfreton Learning Further Education (ALFE) the benefactor of the Trust’s 2012 Lucy Prince Community Award to improve the outdoor learning and social space within the grounds.
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The community school is for children aged 2-19 years of age who all have a diagnosis that includes severe learning difficulties or profound and multiple learning difficulties. In addition, the school provide vital support and activities for families enabling parents to mix and liaise with other families in similar situations.
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