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A girl works on a wooden model at school : Stock Photo
A disabled girl (14) works on a wooden model during a design technology class at a school for children with special needs. (Photo by Tina Stallard)

A girl works on a wooden model at school

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Tina Stallard
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A disabled girl (14) works on a wooden model during a design technology class at a school for children with special needs. (Photo by Tina Stallard)
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