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Hillside School nominated for ‘Happiest School’

Hillside School in East Sussex is a 70 pupil community special school which has pupils from 4 - 16 years. Pupils' needs range from having Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities to Severe or Moderate Learning Disabilities. Some of their pupils have an additional diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Condition.

As part of the nomination for Happiest School, Kelly Deamer said:

‘We are a SEN school. We don't have a them and us look. The head is very much part of our teaching. She inspires us and always ensures we are OK after a difficult day. The staff are a family and always support and make others smile. Our children may be challenging but their small steps are massive to us. The parents are also part of our massive family. I'm proud to teach there and work with the people and children I do.’

I think we would all agree that Hillside School deserves its nomination.

Go to the Awards page to find out how to nominate your school, teachers, or support staff for a happiness award 2016 . Nominations close on the 17th October 2016.

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