Glyn School is hoping that former students’ happy memories of days gone by can play a part in securing a bright future as the school’s building project continues to gain momentum.
A major new development, incorporating 18 classrooms, a Common Room, canteen and Learning Resource Centre is currently close to completion, and should be ready for use in time for the 2015 summer term. The building is part of a 10 year plan which will see some of the older buildings that are no longer fit for purpose being demolished, once the subject areas have moved into the new building.
Although the building has been funded by a grant from the Department for Education, the school is appealing to stakeholders, parents and former students for further financial assistance to ensure the new rooms are equipped and kitted out to the highest specification, and that current and future students can get the best out of this new era
for their school.
“This is a massive opportunity for the school, so we’re really hoping that anyone connected with the school, in the past or the present, will be able to help us make the most out of it,” said Marion Meadows, who manages the schools Future First Alumni project.
“This kind of chance comes along so rarely, the school really wants to maximise its chances of making a lasting difference for the current and future students at the school. Regular visitors have been able to watch the construction project progress, and now the building side is nearly done, our priority is sorting out the finishing touches.”
Any financial help towards items such as IT equipment, fixtures and fittings would be welcome. Potential donors or anyone seeking further information can get in touch with Marion on email@example.com
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