Moulsecoomb Primary School spends £50,000 to improve child safety Brighton News

A PRIMARY school has spent £50,000 on new gates to improve school security.

The new gates at Moulsecoomb Primary School are set behind hedges to minimize their visual impact whilst aiming to ensure the safety of all children on school premises.

The school, which is run by The Pioneer Academy Trust, said the gates were part of a huge investment plan in the school by the trust.

Pioneer Academy has already announced that the trust will be developing a brand new outdoor Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) area at Moulsecomomb Primary.

The regenerated outdoor space is being designed and it is planned to be built during the summer holidays in 2022.

Lee Mason Ellis, CEO of The Pioneer Academy, said, “I am very pleased with the new doors from Moulsecomomb.

“Here at Pioneer Academy, we are committed to providing all of our students with safe, secure and visually appealing learning environments.

“There’s more work going on over the next few months at Moulsecomb and I can’t wait for everyone to come back in September to see what we’ve achieved over the summer holidays!”

Adam Sutton, Principal of Moulsecoomb Primary School, said: “It’s great to see that all of TPA’s investments are really starting to make a difference in Moulsecoomb.

“The school has always been highly regarded, but the TLC it shows through trust is truly transforming the learning environment for the better.”

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This notice was published: 2022-04-24 04:00:00

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