World Down’s Syndrome Day at St Paul’s Primary School

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The children of St. Paul’s Primary School helped to raise funds and awareness of Down’s Syndrome, by taking part in World Down’s Syndrome Day.  They bought delicious gingerbread socks at breaktime, wore their most colourful odd socks to school and had a special assembly led by Cheshire Down’s Syndrome Support Group.  Deputy Headteacher, Catherine Smith explained: “The socks are a symbol because the look a little like the shape of a chromosome!” The proceeds from the day went to the Cheshire Down’s Syndrome Support Group, who work with schools to unlock the potential of children with Down’s Syndrome, provide support to families and raise awareness.