A SCHOOL with a difference is celebrating the creativity of its pupils at a summer fete.
Northleigh House School in Hatton caters mostly for bullied pupils and is holding a fete in its grounds on Saturday (June 24) from 12pm to 3pm.
The school focuses on creative subjects such as art and photography and an exhibition at the event will showcase the successful outcomes of pupils’ work.
Northleigh – which is also a charity – was founded in 2012 by retired couple Viv and Fred Morgan in their ten bedroom home after they were horrified by stories of school bullying.
Since then the couple have helped many pupils recover following emotional turmoil from the stress of mainstream schools.
One former pupil who suffered from severe anxiety and depression was delighted she had ‘finally found something she was good at’.
The fete is being opened by the Warwick mayor Stephen Cross and highlights include an adult bouncy castle, donkey sanctuary, mini spa, cake stall and raffle.
Admission is free.