A group of U3 pupils visited Wilson Stuart School to attend a ‘Communication Group’. The children asked each other questions and even told each other some excellent ‘knock-knock’ jokes. The U3s were very interested to see how children suffering from Cerebral Palsy use computers to communicate with each other and take part in lessons. They also learnt some sign language and were able to say ‘thank you’ and ‘goodbye’ to the children at the end of the session. We would very much like to invite the children and staff from Wilson Stuart to the Senior School in the next academic year to return the hospitality we received. Watch this space!