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BRIGHT FUTURE: Front, William Burtonwood, aged 11 is pictured with his mother, Mandy Burtonwood, and back row, from the left, teaching assistants Jan Balchin and Linda Haslam with Anita Kobryn, learning mentor

11:00am Wednesday 5th August 2009

THE parents of young William Burtonwood are confident he has a bright future ahead of him thanks to the care and support he received from his primary school.

Mum Mandy cannot praise St Stephen and All Martyrs CE Primary School highly enough for bringing out the best in her son, who has special educational needs.

Yet only three years ago she was worried about to what the future held for him because he was constantly in trouble at his old school.

She said: “I withdrew him from the school he was at. The teachers were always ringing saying he had been naughty. It was all getting too much and we did not know what to do.”

Thanks to a glowing report from family members who had attended St Stephen and All Martyrs in Darcy Lever, she decided to send William there.

Soon after starting, William, aged 11, was referred for specialist help and was diagnosed with oppositional defiant disorder and autism and received a special educational needs statement.

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http://www.theboltonnews.co.uk/news/boltonnews/4529603.Mum_praises_school_for_special_care_of_her_son/?ref=rss



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