Golden day for Scope school

24th June 2005 at 01:00
More than 500 former pupils and teachers helped celebrate the 50th anniversary of a special school set up by the charity Scope. Craig y Parc school, near Cardiff, was one of the first to give children with physical disabilities access to education. In 1955, responsibility for educating special-needs children lay with health authorities.

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