21st Sep, 2020

Town's Key Safe Company gives Droitwich Spa High School £1,000 boost for Inclusion Centre

Droitwich Editorial 9th Feb, 2019

DROITWICH Spa High School has received a £1,000 donation to support its Inclusion Centre which helps to provide much-needed support for students, writes Henri Bujard.

The town’s Key Safe Company donated the cash towards maintenance and equipment.

Nicola Parsons, the company’s marketing manager, said the firm was delighted to be able to give back to the community through the high school.

“It’s great to see such motivated members of staff at the Inclusion Centre and we are delighted to help.”

Paul Buckell, Droitwich Spa High School headteacher, described the Centre as a ‘family’ and praised the company for its ‘generous donation’.

The Inclusion Centre, founded 12 years ago, helps ensure each student’s needs are met and works with individuals who require targeted support.


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