Falconhurst get keys to new rooms

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Students at Falconhurst School finally have classrooms ‘fit for purpose’ after a huge regeneration project was completed.

Construction company Morgan Sindell handed back the keys to the school after a £1.8 million extension was finished. The extension was constructed for Milton Keynes Council and comprised the building of six new classrooms, a new dining hall and adjacent playground space.

Rod Hudson, headteacher at the school, said: “This is a dream come true for everyone at Falconhurst School. At long last, our children all have classrooms which are fit for purpose. The whole project has been a triumph.”

Bob Ensch, area director for Morgan Sindall, said: “We are delighted to be celebrating the completion of work on the school with this special ceremony. We have thoroughly enjoyed working on this project to expand Falconhurst Primary School.

“This extension will provide children at the school with an updated, spacious environment, and will significantly enhance their learning experience.”

PICTURED LEFT: Morgan Sindall, project manager Frank Conway, and contracts manager Harry Robinson, with Falconhurst primary school headteacher Rod Hudson and pupils