Hayden Gregory who, along with his mother Sabrina Kierans, ran a five-year campaign long campaign to secure a new special needs school in Drogheda.
A five year campaign to build a new purpose-built special needs school in Drogheda has finally borne fruit and a deal is reported to be just “a whisker away” from being signed on a site at the Cement Road in Drogheda.
The proposed new school will replace St Mary's, Drumcar which is not fit for purpose, and the overcrowded St. Ita’s Special School in Drogheda.
The campaign has been spearheaded by Sabrina Kierans who has had to take her 11 year-old son Hayden Gregory from St. Mary’s because the conditions were so bad and the lack of facilities so dire. She has been home schooling him since May.