PUPILS and parents past and present are being invited to help celebrate an Ellesmere Port special school’s 40th birthday with style.
Hinderton School, based in Capenhurst Lane, has been helping pupils diagnosed with autism or Asperger syndrome, and currently has 32 pupils at the school.
It will be holding an open afternoon on Friday, November 27, from noon until 6pm.
The theme will be The Journey of Hinderton and the school wants to hear from former pupils, staff or parents who can add memories of life at Hinderton School over the years.
School office manager Julie Dear said: “We welcome visits from previous pupils and their families or carers, professionals who have worked at or been involved with the school as well as anyone else who has an interest.
“We would very much like to hear from everyone who has had any connection with the school, to hear what previous pupils are doing now and celebrate both their and the school’s success.
“We have drafted a brief history of the school – perhaps you can help us fill in the gaps!”
To take part in the 40th birthday celebration, contact the school on 0151 338 2200 or email deputy headteacher Liam Dowling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the open afternoon, visit the school’s website at www.hindertonschool.co.uk.