Monday, November 14, 2016
Not only does Westgarth Primary School near Redcar have special reading huts, its pupils also have the chance to work inside a special 8m glass solar dome from Solardome. The school spent three years raising funds for the build and it is obviously well worth all that effort, used now for science, drama, music, school clubs and many other activities.
“It is a real focal point of the school," says headteacher Neil Burton. "Everyone who goes out there says ‘wow’, especially as the rest of the school building is 1960s style. What has been achieved is a wonderful and special place that the children and teachers love being in. It is a really valuable resource.”
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