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We received a beautiful contemporary sculpture of ex-Royal Marine Mark Omrod this afternoon. The sculpture is on loan to Seaford College and will ultimately go to the new Royal Marines Museum in Portsmouth.

Mark is the UK's first triple amputee to survive the Afghanistan conflict and the statue has been created to raise funds for the two main charities that helped not only Mark but many other returning wounded ex-Service men and women.

The sculpture is made of out Carrara marble and has been created by international sculptor Ben Dearnley. Mark is a current Invictus Games Champion and winner of four medals in the Toronto Games.

We have a lot of exciting plans and ideas to use the sculpture for educational purposes whilst we have it on loan. A huge thank you to Mr Gosling for including us in this exciting project.

Our Assistant Head - Teaching & Learning, Ash Arya is excited to be the Project Director for the sculpture project.