Beech Hall’s Youngest Pupil Officially Opens New Facility
Beech Hall School has unveiled its new state-of-the-art facility by welcoming its youngest pupil and guest of honour, Bentley Williams (4), to cut the ribbon and declare the building open.
Pupils, staff members and parents all joined together at the Tytherington-based school for the official launch of its latest investment, a 1,000 sq. ft Science and Design Technology building.
Headmaster James Allen, welcomed the crowd, followed by Head Boy and Head Girl, Jack Meeks and Anna Kingsley, who confidently delivered public addresses written by themselves. The duo shared their excitement for the new facility and the benefits it will bring to Beech Hall, before joining Bentley to cut the striking red ribbon with a huge pair of scissors.
Guests were welcomed into the building for complimentary drinks and appetisers, including a handmade celebratory cake composed of the periodic table of elements, and decorated with DT and sporting emblems.
When addressing her audience, Head Girl, Anna Kingsley said, “Beech Hall School prides itself on offering excellent education, and this new building will greatly help our pupils to achieve the best of their ability in their studies and sport.
“Attracting new pupils is essential for the future success of the school and this building will help significantly with this. New pupils, as well as those who are already here like Bentley, will all benefit from these facilities as they move forward through the school.”
Headmaster James Allen commented, “I would like to thank our parents and visitors who joined us for the official opening of our incredible new Science, DT and sports changing facility. The new building is a hugely exciting development for Beech Hall School as we continue to advance our outstanding facilities to provide our pupils with a twenty-first century education.”
The facility houses an impressive Science laboratory, Design Technology practical workshop and CAD (Computer Aided Design) classroom. Boys and girls changing rooms are also a key feature, as well as a substantial disabled WC and wet room.