Number 70 in the fleet of Steve Morgan Foundation Smiley Buses has been officially handed over to Archers Brook SEMH Residential School in Ellesmere Port.
Trustee Ashley Lewis visited the school, which offers quality support for children and young people with a range of complex social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, often linked with medical conditions such as ADHD or communication needs associated with ASD.
The Smiley Bus is set to have a “great impact” on the life of the school which aims to give pupils the opportunities to enjoy experiences which may not normally be available to them outside school life.
“This new Smiley Bus will have a great impact and enable the school to carry on giving access to Enrichment activities, PSD and activities including canoeing, cycling, mountain walking and more,” said School Business Manager June Sedgwick.
“It will help in the evening when Residence wish to take the pupils, especially in the summer when they go outdoor swimming, walking, crabbing and various other outdoor excursions.
“We just want to say a big thank you, for the support and the Smiley Bus to the Steve Morgan Foundation.”