Thanks go to water sports & sailing clubs

This is a picture of St. John's School learner Louie Jacobs (left) with Andy Hamilton, Outdoor Education teacher at St. John’s School, sailing on Piddinghoe lake

Massive fundraising thanks go to Newhaven and Seaford Sailing Club and Brighton Watersports. Together, they make it possible for our children and young people at St. John’s School in Seaford to get out onto the water and enjoy a range of water sport experiences.

Nick Blackburn, rear commodore at Newhaven and Seaford Sailing Club has supported a heavily discounted school membership and gifted us free access to its sail training fleet at Piddinghoe lake, and Adam Chinnery of Brighton Watersports supports our learners with access to his extensive fleet of canoes paddle sport equipment for water sport experiences, through the outdoor education programme.

Andy Hamilton, Outdoor Education teacher at St. John’s School, says: “We really want to thank Nick and Adam for all they do for the school and our learners. It makes such a huge difference to our children and young people, many of whom would simply not be able to have these experiences without their support.”

St. John’s School is a charity in Seaford supports children and young people with a diagnosis of autism and/or other additional and specific needs. www.st-johns.co.uk

Pictured is learner Louie Jacobs (left) with Andy Hamilton, Outdoor Education teacher at St. John’s School.

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