September 10, 2014 - News
The £2.3m scheme to double the size of the school to a 2-Form Entry is now complete. Conlon originally constructed the school back in 2011. The two-storey, 25,000 sq ft development comprises of six additional classrooms, and much needed space for pupils and staff. The new extension makes good use of outdoor space, incorporating a multi-use games area, habitat garden and two junior-sized football pitches.
Jill Wright, head teacher at Buckshaw Trinity Primary School, said,
We’re all thrilled with the new building and looking forward to using it from September onwards. By retaining the same team, we have been able to maintain the quality of the original building and everyone is excited about using the new facilities for the first time.
Michael Conlon, Chairman said,
We were delighted to have been re-appointed as the contractor to complete this latest phase of works at a school which is a popular landmark in the local community. Nationally there is an urgent need for extra school places and so to be able to deliver on that requirement, whilst also maintaining the quality of the building, has been a pleasure.