Teachers and Pupils Celebrate Opening of New Classroom

PUBLISHED: 10:24 14 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:01 04 May 2010

John Ken with Connor and Luke

John Ken with Connor and Luke

TEACHERS and pupils at Spring Meadow Infant School celebrated the opening of their new classroom at the summer term was coming to an end. The new classroom, which took six months to complete, now boasts a newly refurbished interior, toilet block and disab

TEACHERS and pupils at Spring Meadow Infant School celebrated the opening of their new classroom at the summer term was coming to an end.

The new classroom, which took six months to complete, now boasts a newly refurbished interior, toilet block and disabled access and is already being used by the school's rainbow class.

To mark the opening of the new classroom, head teacher Sheila Sands even invited the children's favourite builder back to officially cut the ribbon,

"John the builder is a particular favourite of the children and they were delighted to see him open the site as he has done a lot with them over the last six months, said Mrs Sands.

"The children love the new classroom and we are all thrilled with how it has turned out."

Pic cap: 6326HD0709: Builder John Kent with Connor and Luke at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Photo: HELEN DRAKE


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