Palmers has continued its relationship with and support for Treetops School in Grays by once again working with the school on its Christmas card competition.
Now into its 18th year, the annual event is an opportunity for pupils to demonstrate their artistic abilities and design a festive greeting card. Treetops is a school for children and young people between the ages of 3 and 19 who experience moderate learning difficulties. The school use a programme called Applied Behaviour Analysis to guide the treatment and successfully change the behaviour of children with autistic spectrum disorders.
This year’s winner was 10 year-old Georgie Chapman, whilst Millie Gunn (aged four), Franco Camilleri (aged seven) and Thaila Houry-Sykes (aged six) were in second, third and fourth place respectively.
Partner Lee McClellan said: “I went to Treetops School to present the prizes and it is always a pleasure to visit a school that is full of inspirational teachers and pupils. It is impossible not to be impressed by the work done by everybody at Treetops. Palmers is proud to be associated with the school and its students and we once again enjoyed their involvement in our Christmas card competition.”