Gosden House School in Bramley extended a warm and happy welcome to the High Sheriff and the Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey during their visit in November.
Dr Llewelyn and the Lord-Lieutenant, Michael More-Molyneux, attended a whole school assembly with an audience of children with special educational needs (SEN) and their teachers and teaching assistants before touring the school and grounds.
The assembly took place outside on a bright sunny day, and Dr Llewelyn and Mr More-Molyneux presented badges to new school council members. The councillors are responsible for sharing pupils’ opinions with teachers.
Dr Llewelyn said: “We then had a delightful tour of the school, looking at their focus on working with each child to put together an individual toolkit for all they need to learn to be successful when they leave school.”
It’s the second visit by the High Sheriff to the outstanding school, which focuses on growing lives and building futures for children ‘facing the toughest challenges every day’.