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New classrooms for pupils at Needham Market’s Bosmere Community Primary School

PUBLISHED: 10:36 27 October 2014 | UPDATED: 10:36 27 October 2014

The official opening of the new extension at Bosmere Primary School in Needham Market. Headteacher Liz Green is pictured with pupils.

The official opening of the new extension at Bosmere Primary School in Needham Market. Headteacher Liz Green is pictured with pupils.

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New classrooms have been unveiled to school pupils and their parents.

Needham Market’s Bosmere Community Primary School has the new facilities to provide extra capacity as it caters for more pupils.

The area’s primary and high schools are being adapted so they can take on the extra 90 children coming from the closing middle schools between 2014-15.

The school’s headteacher, Liz Green, invited parents to come along to find out more about the investment when the classrooms, and a new outdoor learning area, were officially launched earlier in the week.

She said: “The children really love the space, it is a wonderful additional to Bosmere.

“Credit to the building team, and residents – it cannot have been easy having the buildings built nearby.”

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