The school has undergone a series of improvement works over the last few months. A new year 6 classroom and group area has been constructed.
A demountable classroom has been relocated on the school site, to make way for the new permanent classroom, and will act as a practical area for subjects such as food technology and science, as well as a centre for our increasing range of learning outside the classroom activities.
The soil removed as part of this construction work has been re-shaped into a grass amphitheatre on the school field. When this area has fully grassed over the children will be able to use this for open air performances of dance and drama and as an outdoor classroom, during the spring and summer months.
The school’s pond area has also been improved; a larger pond, now bordered by a decking area will make Forest Schools and science activities, such as pond dipping, more rewarding.
The playground has recently been enhanced with a range of games, activities and outdoor musical instruments, for children to make the most of during their playtimes and lunchtime breaks.