Thanks to the generous funding from Lord's Taverners sports charity, Samuel Pepys School in St Neots, Cambridgeshire celebrated the official opening of their M.I.L.E Sensory Room last Thursday.
Samuel Pepys' Head-teacher Joanne Hardwick, and her fellow staff and pupils were delighted to be joined by special guests including: Lord's Taverner's Members Les Rowland and Alan Gray, and BT Sport Ambassador and Paralympic Gold Winner Jonnie Peacock.
Gareth Jones, proud MD at Experia commented:
"We are delighted to have worked alongside the team at Samuel Pepys. We've very much enjoyed designing and installing the perfect sensory environment for the school's needs, as well as carrying out full training. We can't wait to hear about the positive reactions from the pupils when they take part in the classes commencing in September!"
Joanne, explained :
"We are making the most of our new interactive learning environment. Liz, (Assistant Head Teacher), Russell (Technical Adviser) and Clare (Teaching Assistant), have been working hard to cascade the training we received from Experia to our teachers and supporting staff so that all our learners can use the room to it’s best potential."
It really is a fantastic time to be involved with Samuel Pepys, Experia look forward to working together with lots more projects in the future!
Photography taken by Guann-Yeu Chin.
The Experia Team