The smile's back on Holly's face
TEARS were today wiped away and replaced with a smile which spoke a thousand words.It was just over three weeks ago that burglars took away disabled Holly Goodwyn's communication lifeline having stolen her special lap-top from Sidegate Lane Primary School in Ipswich.
By Georgina James
TEARS were today wiped away and replaced with a smile which spoke a thousand words.
It was just over three weeks ago that burglars took away disabled Holly Goodwyn's communication lifeline having stolen her special lap-top from Sidegate Lane Primary School in Ipswich.
The computer was essential for her studies and for her to continue in mainstream education.
But the six-year-old was today full of joy and once again happy to be sitting in front of her laptop and looking forward to continuing with her class work.
Heather Burman, Holly's special support assistant, said "She has been so excited about getting her replacement lap-top and is really looking forward to using it again. She has a grin as wide as her face.
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