Nailsea School receives £3k from Tesco
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Students from Nailsea School will benefit from more than £3,800, thanks to Tesco’s community grant scheme.
The supermarket has donated the money to the school through its Bags of Help initiative which gives out grants to community projects.
The money will be invested in the hub star-learners programme.
Nailsea School launched its hub in September 2017 to provide a safe, secure learning environment for students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Funding from the scheme will provide resources to aid learning such as books, IT equipment including iPads, tablets and other specialist resources.
Headteacher Dee Elliott said: “We are thrilled by the interest and support the community has shown towards our hub provision at Nailsea School, their support of the Bags of Help scheme has been invaluable.”
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