Post Office Donation

We were delighted to welcome Sir Ed Davey MP and Sheila and Gian from the Post Office to our school to present a cheque for over £18000 raised by the Post Office. Gian is the Uncle of one of our pupils and nominated the school  – thank you Gian!

Julia James, Principal of Bedelsford School, said: “We are extremely grateful for such a generous donation raised for the children of Bedelsford School which will have a significant impact on our pupils. It will allow us to refresh our sensory garden and adapt it to to meet the needs of our current pupils who have sensory needs as well as enhance the learning opportunities for all our pupils.

Sharon Coleman, Chair of Bedelsford School Association, said: “Children at our school have physical and complex needs, which means that each pupil is more demanding for teachers and parents, so the School Association finds it harder to raise money for the school because of the extra time needed to support and care for them. We really do appreciate the donation from Post Office to our school.”


The school is truly ‘outstanding’ indeed and we don’t mean just in the sense of how Ofsted have classified it.

Parent of Year 7 child

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