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Tabitha aged two

Tabitha's success story

"My name is Tabitha Easey and I went to The Elizabeth Foundation when I was 2 until I was 5 and started school. I went to a mainstream infant and junior school and now I am at secondary school in Fareham.

"I remember pupils Sarah McIntyre and Sam Barnes from my time at Elizabeth Foundation and I now see them again at school. I remember Sam because he always made me laugh and he still does. I remember Sarah because she was always nice to me and still is.

"I am really enjoying my time at school, particularly the friendliness of the other students in The Hearing Impaired Unit. My favourite subjects are Art and Food Technology and I spend time at home doing creative artwork and helping my Mum cook dinner.

Tabitha with Fanjus "These days I like to spend time riding horses, as you can see from the picture. I even persuaded Dad and my brother Charlie to go riding during our summer holiday in France. It was very hot and Charlie's horse tried to chuck him off in the bushes on the way down a mountain.

"I also attend 1st Waterlooville Guides Pack and before that I was a Sixer at Brownies. With Guides I like doing adventurous things like camping in muddy fields and cooking on a campfire.

"There are other children who were with me at The Foundation who I have seen little of recently, and to whom I'd like to say a big HELLO!"

 

   
 

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