Art and photography exhibition by bullied youngsters

Art and photography created by young people who have been bullied or emotionally distressed has been shared with the public at an exhibition in Hatton.

Monday, 27th June 2016, 10:31 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 5:18 pm
Children and parents at Northleigh House School with headteacher Jill Cornfield.

Northleigh House School, which was set up in 2012 by Viv and Fred Morgan to provide education for children in such circumstances, hosted a pupils’ exhibition - which will tomorrow (July 2) transfer to Stratford Arthouse and remain on display there until July 13.

The event also featured a raffle, refreshments, textile goods for sale made by the pupils and a ‘fun photobooth’ run by the youngsters.

The exhibition was declared open by ten-year-old Daisy, who took part in a 130-mile cycle with her dad in May and has so far raised around £1,000 for the school.

The school, in Five Ways Road, caters for a maximum of 19 pupils at a time, who are able to continue their education and rebuild their confidence and self-esteem, which then enables them to move on from Northleigh to colleges of further education or to work placements.

To find out more about Northleigh House, call 01926 484203 or visit