09:00AM, Friday 24 May 2019
A school is appealing for help to achieve an ‘impossible dream’ and secure a minibus.
Courthouse Junior School, in Blenheim Road, does not have transportation to take sports teams to games or children on trips.
PE teaching assistant Ben Craythorne said he has contacted a number of businesses calling for assistance.
He added that, at the moment, parents have to arrange lifts and children with mobility issues are having to walk long distances.
“As a school, budgets are always low [and] to survive is hard,” Mr Craythone said.
“That’s why we are always looking for companies to support us. We are looking for a company to help us achieve an impossible dream and get our school a minibus.
“We can use it for football or netball matches, any sporting event.
“It would also be used for small outings, trips, [or] events parents can’t get their children to.”
If you think you can help, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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