Classroom changes at local schools

Children and staff returned to King Edward VII Lower School, on Darwin Lane to a larger playground last week. During the summer recess two mobile classrooms erected three years ago to cater for an increase in the school intake were removed, returning the playground back to its original appearance.

Across the playing field, neighbouring Lydgate Junior School has craned in a new mobile unit with two additional classrooms for the new school term. The school is undergoing a full heating system upgrade; the mobile classrooms are a temporary measure hopefully until Easter 2013 to allow the upgrade works to continue without any disruption to the running of the school.

More playground space at King Edward VII Lower School

More playground space at King Edward VII Lower School

More playground space at King Edward VII Lower School

More playground space at King Edward VII Lower School

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One Response to Classroom changes at local schools

  1. June Shaw says:

    Thank you for the updates.They are always much appreciated.

    As we are away when the next meeting takes place on 27th October. I wondered if it would be possible just to mention this: Over 50`s Activity Group at St. Columba Church every Thursday from 11.00-12.00. Cost 2pound. Exercise, games and fun. Just come along.

    Thank you very much for this. I hope some people will be interested.The sessions are taken by a qualified trainer from` Activity Sheffield`

    kind Regards, June (Shaw)

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