New teaching space unveiled in Bedmond school

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A new multi-purpose room has been unveiled at Bedmond Village Primary School.

The room, which was opened by Helen Richardson, governor of the school, will provide "much needed space" at the school.

The room includes a new purpose built kitchen and baby-changing facilities.

Previously, the school did not have a specialist kitchen and the children had cooking lessons in the staff room.

Emma Woollon, headteacher, said: "I’m ecstatic, it’s a dream. It’s a much needed space that means we can offer more as a school. It’s a dream for the governors and myself really.
It’s come to fruition through the generosity of people who have donated." 

The head of the school is expecting the room to be well used.

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