Parents and children at Cuddington Croft Primary School have been
watching the future taking shape in front of them as the school’s new build
project continues apace.
More than 400 pupils at the school have painted self-portraits on tiles that
will form a huge mosaic decorating the new building, and in addition over
£3000-worth of bricks have been sold.
After a minor hitch when the framework was not put in place during half term
as planned, work is now well under way and parents can watch the progress
day by day at pick-up time. An open day is planned for the New Year when the
project has been completed.
“This is such a big deal for the school and will have a huge impact on the
children’s education and school life in general,” said head teacher Scott
Maclean. “We believe that the new building really will give their all-round
education a major boost. The way we’re decorating it with their pictures
also demonstrates how much of a priority the children are as individuals at
“The support the project has received from parents and the wider school
community has been fantastic and made a real difference – it’s wonderful
that every day at pick-up time, people can see the progress that is being
made. The building will transform the school, and we can’t wait to be able
to show it off.”
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