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In pictures: New building opened at Clewer Green First School

In pictures: New building opened at Clewer Green First School

Philip Dewey

In pictures: New building opened at Clewer Green First School

 

The official opening of a new classroom building at a school in Windsor was attended by the Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead.

Cllr Andrew Jenner and his wife Julia, opened the new building at Clewer Green CE Aided First School on Saturday.

After cutting the ribbon, Cllr Jenner was given a tour of the new facilities by children from the school, which includes two new classrooms, a dance studio, and new staff room funded by the Royal Borough.

The Hatch Lane school's autumn fair took place after the opening with attractions such as a bouncy castle, cake stall, bric-a-brac and tombola as well as headteacher Martin Tinsley having wet sponges thrown at him.

More than 100 people turned up to the event and raised more than £7,000.

Sarah Laver, chairman of the Friends of Clewer Green and organiser of the event said: "We are absolutely delighted with the success of the Autumn Fair.

"Not only were we able to raise more money for the School but the fair is always such a great community event with children, parents and teachers all working together to make it happen and joining in on the day."

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