Children across the country are placing rainbows in the windows of their houses to help keep others entertained during the coronavirus outbreak. They have been colouring in templates of rainbows or drawing their own and displaying them by their schools.
The rainbows are then used as a tool to entertain local children as they go on their daily walks with their parents. The movement has been dubbed "The Rainbow Trail".
Our Arc School Napton have been getting colourful and getting creative to show their support for those young people who cannot go to school at this time. They look lovely!
The school provides a safe learning environment for vulnerable children and young people with educational and social needs which are associated with the challenges of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), attachment disorder (AD), autism (ASC), dyslexia and dyspraxia. Some children have social emotional and mental health needs. (SEMH).
Well done to everyone who took part, it is so important we continue to support each other - we are all in this together!