Epilepsy Action award for Acorn IPS

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A Carrick school has been crowned winner of an Epilepsy Action award for its work in supporting pupils with epilepsy.

Acorn Integrated Primary was due to be presented with its ‘Edward’ award by Epilepsy Action’s Northern Ireland manager, Morina Clarke, on Wednesday.

The awards aim to recognise educational establishments that demonstrate good practice in supporting pupils with epilepsy. Acorn IPS was chosen as a winner because of its work in supporting one of its pupils who has epilepsy, nine year-old Bethany Railton.




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