How was our new school built?

January 4th 2011. The excavator arrives to start digging for the foundations.

Two weeks into the build.............................



The turf cutting ceremony takes place. Hamna from our Nursery class holds          The preparations take place for the foundations to be laid.

the spade for school. Representatives from Jackson and Jackson ,Impact,

school and the council are also present.


                                                                                               More preparations for the foundations



February 28th 2011- The framework is well on the way. The small orange crane is standing at the entrance to the new hall.

                    March 8th 2011- The framework nears completion. The lower part is the entrance to the new school.


April 4th 2011 - The frame is completed, the ground and first floor have been concreted and the scaffolding has been put up ready for work to start on the roof.


May 4th 2011- The roof has been almost completed and the brickwork has been started. If you look carefully at the window spaces you can see the green of the colour scheme.

September 2011- The building is now watertght and the interior walls are virtually finished. The wiring and plumbing has been started and you now can can gain a real sense of how the finished building will be. It is well on track to be finished as planned in December 2011.



A view of one of the new KS1 classrooms.                                            The new school office.                                         One of the stairwells.


                                          One of the ouside spaces next to the new KS1 classrooms.                                   The new hall.




  An example of how the outside paving will look.                          The main entrance doors.                            The copvered areas outside KS1.

We finally moved in to the new building in December 2011, right on time. Staff worked extremely hard to complete the move with a team from a removal company. This ensured that the building was ready for the childrena at the start of the Spring term.  The children loved the new building  - it has to be one of the best primary school buildings in Rochdale.

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