Tilstock Primary School Receives Government Grant
The Marches Academy Trust have successfully been awarded a government grant to make essential improvements to the fabric of Tilstock C. E. Primary School and Nursery following the recent announcement of its conversion to academy status, sponsored by The Marches Academy Trust on Friday 1st December 2017.
The environmental grant will enable much needed improvements to the school to enhance the wellbeing and safety of the children through refurbishment to the classrooms and upgrading some of its facilities, with a special focus on the nursery and early years.
Plans are in place to create a larger, welcoming reception area and to upgrade IT systems to better support teaching and learning across the school.
Joanne Jones, Business Manager at the Marches Academy Trust, said, “The government grant being awarded will enable us to invest in Tilstock Primary School to better support the fundamental needs of the staff and pupils creating an enhanced learning environment.”
Work is scheduled to commence from Friday 1st December in readiness for the beginning of the new academic term in January and the appointment of the new Head of School, James Spicer, and Deputy Headteacher, Kerry Goff.
Sarah Longville, CEO Marches Academy Trust, commented, “We are really excited about the developments taking place at Tilstock Primary School to meet with the educational demands of our children, the school, staff, parents and the wider community. We hope that parents and prospective parents will take the opportunity to come and visit the school to witness for themselves the improvements being made and the plans being put in place for the future.”
Posted by marchesadmin on 24th January 2018, under Uncategorised
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