New provision for Upper Key Stage two pupils

Councillor Mark Versallion cut the ribbon at the official opening of Lark Rise academy
Councillor Mark Versallion cut the ribbon at the official opening of Lark Rise academy
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Lark Rise Academy invited parents, school governors and members of the community to the official opening of their new Upper Key Stage two area.

Guests were treated to a Flash Mob style song performed by Year 5 and 6 pupils, followed by Central Bedfordshire councillor Mark Versallion cutting the ribbon. They were then taken on a guided tour of the new provision, which includes three classrooms, a common room building, outdoor sports facilities and a refurbished main playground.

Parents had the opportunity to see the children during food technology, science, physical education and computing lessons.

Rebecca Baker, headteacher, said: “I am delighted with the provision that has been developed for the children in Upper Key Stage Two and feel this signifies the huge commitment of so many stakeholders in helping the Academy become a primary school, where the children remain at the heart of everything we do.”

The Academy also invited RDT Design, CSBD Building and Design Ltd and DJ Russell Ltd who did the work on the building.