Celebrating World Cerebral Palsy Day

9 October 2017

Children and staff outside CPotential shop Muswell Hill

Group shot of children and teachers with WCP Day banner


We are here – and we want the world to know about it.

That’s what the children at Woodstar School and Nursery said loud and clear to celebrate World Cerebral Palsy Day on Friday 6th October.

They had fun making their own posters, which we displayed in our charity shops. And they enjoyed a visit on Friday to our Muswell Hill Broadway shop to share the day with lots of people they met.

Gabbie Czifra, Head of Conductive Education Services, said:  “We support World Cerebral Palsy Day because we agree with its aims to ensure that children and adults with cerebral palsy have the same rights, access and opportunities as anyone else. This tallies with our passion to empower the children who come to our school and Centre to achieve their potential.”

 

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