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School dog ‘Fern’ joined Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in Kidderminster at the start of this academic year at the age of 3-months. Over the last 4-months she has been acclimatising to her new environment and getting to know her new friends.
Headteacher, Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright stated: “There has been an overwhelmingly positive response from all members of the school community and already the impact of having Fern in school is tangible. Regardless of age, there seems to be a need that can be fulfilled by interacting with Fern, who seems to be having a powerful impact on the emotional well-being within school.”
Once fully trained, Fern will be used to support the school’s well-being programme and working alongside the school counsellor, will be a regular visitor to the school’s libraries, encouraging pupils to read to her, promoting confidence and independence in a skill that underpins all learning.

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