Dr Anthony Seymour has run, with friends, to raise money for his son’s school Wairoa, over the past 5 years. Anthony’s son, James, has autism. He has been at the school since 2007. In past years we have run the Harbour Bridge run (9km), the Bay Run (7km).
James' Dad-Anthony,Friends-Crystal,Alex & Steve,his Uncle Mark will be running the 9km Harbour Bridge Run (Sunday 22/9/2012).
Wairoa is a NSW Department of Education and Training school providing specialist educational services for students with moderate and severe intellectual disabilities.
The school offers placement for students between 4 and 18 years from the eastern and inner west suburbs of Sydney.
Wairoa School provides an individualised educational setting utilising a multi-disciplinary team approach involving expertise provided by trained teachers, aides, therapists, counsellors, consultants and other specialised staff, each one committed to meeting the individual needs of each student within a challenging and caring learning environment.
It is the aim of this school to provide an educational environment which is secure, stimulating, challenging, safe and happy. The program of education offered by the school is one which is balanced towards the fulfilment of potential, preparing students for integration into community life through the development of life skills.
All donations will go to Wairoa Gift Fund and are tax deductible. The donations are allocated specifically to resources and programs that benefit the students.
If you or family or friends would like to sponsor us that would be great. Monies can be sent to school by logging on to the website at http://www.everydayhero.com.au/anthony-8.
Or come into the surgery and make a donation. You can also do an electronic transfer into BSB 062-161 Acc no. 1003 6226. Please tag deposit with your name. Email the surgery on firstname.lastname@example.org with your details. We shall let you know how it goes and have some photos for a future newsletter. You can log onto http://www.seymourdental.com.au/category/wairoa-special-school-fund-raiser/ for past runs and future updates as blogs on the website.
Thanks for your support,