A school is hunting for unicorns to help celebrate its 30th anniversary.

The Unicorn School in Abingdon is a specialist school for children with dyslexia and other learning disabilities, and this year it is turning 30.

To mark the occasion the school is trying to hunt down its alumni to join in with their celebrations including a summer fayre at the school on June 18.

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More than 700 children have been supported by the school since it was first founded in 1991, and the school would like to hear about their achievements.

School Governor, Naomi Hargreaves, said: “Unicorns are rare and beautiful, and we would like to find our alumni and get them to join in the celebrations.”

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This story was written by Rebecca Whittaker, she joined the team in 2019 as a multimedia reporter.

Rebecca covers education and news in Abingdon and Wantage.

Get in touch with her by emailing: Rebecca.Whittaker@newquest.co.uk or calling 07824524333

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