Sark School wants funding for special needs support

Sark School and Island Hall
Image caption Sark School wants to provide all pupils with special needs with one-to-one support

Sark's government has been asked to spend thousands of pounds upgrading facilities at Sark School for children with special needs.

The school, which teaches pupils aged four to 15 needs £6,000 to train staff and build a soundproof room.

An annual cost of about £8,500 would also be needed per pupil with learning and behavioural difficulties, to provide them with one-to-one support.

The proposals will be debated by the Chief Pleas on 6 October.

More on this story

Related Internet links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites