The competition is the culmination of a presentation which we recently provided, for home and class-based learning, highlighting the dangers of playing on building sites and providing educational information about careers in construction, all based around a new classbase building currently under construction within the school grounds.
The new Specialist Resource Base (SRB) will be for children with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs and is part of Norfolk County Council’s £120 million SEND transformation programme, which has pledged to create 500 extra specialist places across the county.
The building has been designed by NPS Group, in conjunction with The Wensum Trust, and is being constructed with a timber frame which has been manufactured off-site to reduce the on-site construction period and mitigate potential disruption for the local community and school.
The project commenced in March with a ground-breaking ceremony attended by Sarah Waterfield, Head Teacher at Arden Grove Infant and Nursery School and Daniel Thrower, CEO of The Wensum Trust, and is due for hand-over in the Autumn term.
The posters provide a very welcome display across the site’s sound-absorbing hoarding and our thanks go to all the children who took part and their teachers who took time to incorporate the activity into their lesson plans.