Christmas Card Winner!

Following on from the hugely successful OHC&AT Christmas Card Competition and the fabulous entries by everyone involved, we are proud to announce that one of our students has been voted as the 1st place winner across the Trust by local artist Doug Shaw: Raphael!

Raphael’s amazing entry of a robin has won him a framed certificate, £50 Amazon gift card and a set of printed cards with his own design on them.

Carew and the other OHC&AT designs were particularly amazing this year, making the judging very difficult, but we were highlighted in the award email as, “Doug Shaw, the artist/ judge was so impressed with the artwork from your school.”

Raphael is already setting the prices that he’ll sell his cards to staff for – well done Raphael!

There are also some highly commended certificates to be awarded soon, so watch this space.

Carew is an amazing school for our son, he now shines academically and his social skills are outstanding since being part of Carew.  Most of all they understand his needs and support him daily.

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