WELL WISHERS: Students from Grafton Public School with cards made for injured Sebby McLachlan.
WELL WISHERS: Students from Grafton Public School with cards made for injured Sebby McLachlan.

Kids send message to injured classmate

SOUTH Grafton boy Sebby McLachlan knows just how much his classmates are thinking of him as he recovers from serious head injuries he incurred when he fell from the second storey of his home last month.

Family friend Kate Carlton said Sebby's brother and sister, Declan Cookson and Savannah McLachlan, delivered to Sebby a card their class at Grafton Public School had made for him.

Ms Carlton said the five-year-old was recovering from his injuries remarkably well.

The school ran a mufti day on Friday to raise money for Sebby's family, who are staying with him in Brisbane.

A spokeswoman for Grafton Public said the school had deposited $915.15 into his appeal bank account.



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