Story buried at Hamlyn Heights school

A Geelong special developmental school has celebrated its first year by burying a piece of history in a time capsule on Sunday.

Geelong council’s acting community life director Robyn Stevens, pictured, helped parents, students and teachers bury the capsule at Hamlyn Views School.

The Hamlyn Heights school opened in term one of this year and has a maximum capacity of 168 students.

The school provides specialist education for children and adolescents with moderate to profound intellectual and physical disabilities, from prep to year 12.

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