Crockenhill school merges old and new

PUBLISHED: 09:45 07 July 2011

Pupils show off mobiles and other toys they have made

Pupils show off mobiles and other toys they have made


»Pupils, staff and parents have celebrated the completion of work to revitalise a 105 year-old primary school.

Crockenhill School, The Green, Crockenhill, Swanley, has had four new classrooms, a music room, staff room and a new administration block built.

Headteacher Sue Norwell said: “In some areas it feels like an entirely new school while preserving the traditional feel of a much-loved primary right at the centre of a community it has served for more than 100 years,”

To celebrate the work 200 red balloons were released, a willow tree was planted and the students performed a specially-composed song.

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