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Education award

by Christine Miles

AN ANGLICAN church has won recognition for its education projects. St Ann's, Tottenham, in north London, won the Community Organisation category in Haringey's Outstanding for All awards.

The award recognises the church's early-intervention counselling project, which started in 2003 after problems experienced in the church school.

The Vicar, the Revd John Wood, says: "We had a very serious case of a child setting fire to toilets who was clearly disturbed. There was a crisis ...

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