Reddish Hall School celebrated the official opening of its new primary building on Thursday 28th September.
The official opening was performed by local MP Andrew Gwynne with many guests, parents, pupils and members from the wider community in attendance.
Iain Anderson, Group Chief Executive of NFA Group, owners of Acorn Care and Education, said
“I am extremely proud of Chris Newiss and the team at Reddish Hall School; their commitment and dedication to each and every child is testament to the success of the school. Today marks a milestone in the school’s development and ability to offer these outstanding services to benefit more children and demonstrates our continued investment in our schools”
The Guests were given a tour of the school by the pupils, together with Headteacher Chris Newiss and Chair of the governors Julie Taylor.
Julie Taylor, Chair of Governors and Assistant Director of Education for Acorn Care and Education said:
“This is a momentous occasion for everyone who has helped to create the new school over the past two years. The new primary building will allow the school to increase its primary capacity to 32, offering specialist education to some of the most vulnerable children across the North West. As with the conversion of the main school building we have worked with Architects to retain and restore the historical features whilst providing our students access to 21st century resources and teaching methods.”
Andrew Gwynne MP said:
“Reddish Hall has transformed the education provision this side of Manchester. It is becoming the school of choice for parents of vulnerable children.”