Attleborough’s new primary school is taking shape
PUBLISHED: 16:15 05 September 2017 | UPDATED: 16:15 05 September 2017
A new 630-place primary school and nursery in Attleborough which is due to be completed by the end of the year is taking shape.
As well as classrooms, the new school in London Road will include a central library, multi-purpose hall and dining hall and spacious corridors.
The 52-place nursery in a sepeate building will provide two nursery rooms with toilet facilities, along with a shared kitchen and administration areas.
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Will Bishop, contracts manger at Drayton-based builders RG Carter, which is building the school, said: “We are delighted to be able to provide two exceptional facilities that will serve Norfolk’s ever-growing population which will positively impact the local community for years to come.”
Along with the designs incorporating zinc-standing seam roofs, both buildings will feature solar panels and sustainable ‘swales’ drainage. in the school yard there will be a food-growing garden, Korfball pitch and a football pitch.
RG Carter has donated equipment to the art department and is running a poster competition for their hoarding, open to pupils at Attleborough Infant School.