Norwich primary school showcases revamp

February 12, 2018 by  

Norwich’s Tuckswood Academy has held an event to unveil the results of refurbishments.

Over £350,000 was invested in improving the primary school. The community was welcomed to see what the transformation had achieved. Parents and other interested parties came along to the open day. Printing services in Norwich can be used to promote events of all kinds.

Headteacher Ian Wilson told the Eastern Daily Press:

“We have invested more than £360,000 in this significant refurbishment programme, and it will continue with new catering facilities and a kitchen which is high on our list for further improvements. It’s been well worth it – but this has been a busy time.”

Tuckswood Academy is part of a trust called Right for Success. Its building has now been upgraded in a significant way. Toilets and classrooms have been added to extend the existing provision of facilities, while the grounds have also been improved to benefit the experiences of pupils.

Softer play areas have now been made available for the children. There is also a fresh adventure playground to cater for the specific needs of reception.

Pupils at Tuckswood Academy have also been active in recent times. The children have collected over £300 for a small charity called Finnbar’s Force. This organisation was established after the death of Finnbar Cork. The youngster was only six when he passed away because of cancer.