Haverhill primary school celebrates after officially opening new classroom extension
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A school in Haverhill is celebrating after officially openings its new classroom block extension.
Clements Primary School, in Greenfields Way, will now be able to teach in an extra four classrooms.
The project took 23 weeks and also included increasing the studio space in the main school building.
John Baillie, chair of governors, who conducted the official ribbon cutting alongside a time capsule being planted, said: “This is a fantastic learning environment and to see it so fully integrated with the rest of the school is a testimony to everyone involved in the project.
“This expansion is crucial as Haverhill grows and we would like to thank all parents and pupils for their support with this.”
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Vicky Hogg, headteacher at the school, added: “The new classroom block means the school now has capacity for a further 120 pupils which will be filled over the next four years.”
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