The Woden School helps out with building the Boundless Playground

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STUDENTS from The Woden School have made the trip lakeside to take part in a working bee for the Boundless Playground.

The Woden School offers a unique supported high school and/or college program to eligible students who meet the ACT Disability Criteria. This includes students who have a mild to moderate intellectual disability which may be accompanied by a range of medical conditions, or additional sensory, physical or behavioural disabilities.

“Painting the walls and doing the planting on brings us ever closer to opening the playground later this year and having a space in Canberra where all children, regardless of ability, can play with their friends and families,” Boundless Board Member Natalie Howson said.

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