Harley the black Labrador has got his own school timetable.
The eight-year-old dog is also top of the class when it comes to supporting the emotional needs of pupils.
Harley is acting as an emotional support dog at the Wolfdale School in Anstey.
The school is for children and young people who have additional needs such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety and social, emotional, and mental health needs.
Kirsten Gibson, deputy head at Wolfdale School, explained how Harley is helping the children and how grateful they are for Steve and his family’s support.
“Our children at Wolfdale School often find social interactions, working in a groups, trying new things
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