The children and staff at Gosden House School in Bramley went the whole hog in their efforts to make Dr Llewelyn welcome during her ‘tea under the trees’ visit on 16 September.
Children come from across Surrey to attend the school, which celebrates its centenary this year. It provides an outstanding education for young people with learning and additional educational needs from 4-16 years of age, and embodies the High Sheriff’s ethos of ‘Every child included’.
The school offers extensive outside learning activities such as gardening, animal care and exploration.
Dr Llewelyn is pictured with Melissa and Ellie and local Parish Councillor Alison Burrows visiting the school’s resident pigs who live along with chickens in the beautifully maintained 42 acres of grounds.
During the visit, Dr Llewelyn also thanked the volunteers who build and maintain the beautiful flower and vegetable garden at the school. She was especially impressed by the huge pumpkins, which will be ready for Halloween fun.