Leading housebuilder David Wilson Homes South Midlands has donated £250 to Corby Red Kite Special Academy to help launch their after-school provision.
The school has a richly diverse community in which children with many special needs, languages, cultures and religions learn together.
The after-school facility will support the children and enable their parents to work, or spend some time with other siblings, it can also provide much needed respite and therefore it is vital that this opens.
Situated in Northamptonshire, the free school is a vibrant place to learn where children are enthusiastic and motivated to achieve endless possibilities.
Roberta Stinson, Trust Fundraising Officer for the Kingsley Special Academy, said: “I am delighted that David Wilson Homes has chosen us as a beneficiary and would like to thank them for their kind donation.”
The school believes in ensuring that children receive a well-rounded curriculum; where individual talents can be spotted and nurtured to ensure that all children experience success and reach their full potential.
John Dillon, Managing Director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said: “As the country’s largest housebuilder, we are committed to creating a positive legacy.
“We want to lead the industry not just in the quality of the homes and developments we build but also in our work with charities and good causes throughout the UK.
“The Red Kite Special Academy is a great place where children are provided with opportunities to learn that they may not otherwise have.
“The school also provides a supportive and secure learning environment that not only allows the children to have a great education but allows parents and families to gain some respite and the support that they need.”
For more information about any David Wilson Homes developments in the area, visit the website at www.dwh.co.uk or call the sales line on 033 3355 8486.