Bishop’s Stortford family’s gratitude for the Stansted school which embraces son with special needs

A Bishop’s Stortford family members has compensated tribute to the little ones and team of the Stansted faculty who have embraced their son with unique needs.

Elliot ‘Elmo’ Michelson, 6, was born six weeks prematurely in May 2015 and suffered a brain damage as a final result of neonatal hypoglycaemia. He has not too long ago been diagnosed with a really scarce affliction known as Tatton-Brown-Rahman Syndrome, characterised by tall stature and impaired mental growth.

Regardless of his problems, Elmo, who jointly received the Little one of Courage title at the inaugural Indies local community awards in 2018, is flourishing at Bentfield County Main Faculty – and the treatment revealed to him by classmates has prompted mum Sophie, 37, to communicate out.

Bentfield County Main Faculty, Stansted – Elmo Michelson with mates, from left, Milo, Luna and Maggie, vital worker Eva Papier-Bantick and mum Sophie. Image: Vikki Lince (48741431)


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