Osborne Finishes its Homework
Osborne recently completed work at Crescent Primary School in Eastleigh, Hampshire, where the £5.6M upgrade project has provided the school with improved staffing areas, new kitchens, facilities a new entrance and more importantly seven new classrooms, ensuring spaces for 210 more pupils from the start of the next term.
An opening ceremony was held to mark the opening of the improved school, attended by the local MP, Head and Deputy Head boys and girls of Crescent Primary School alongside Business Manager Val Burgess, as well as representatives from Osborne.
Brian Jukes, Crescent Primary School Manager, said: “We had a really good day and it all went like clockwork, and great feedback from all.”
When the school reopens its doors in September in time for the new term, it will see the culmination of two years work by the team at Osborne, who remain dedicated to providing communities with the best possible learning environments.
Ben Dixon, former headteacher for The Crescent Primary School recently said: “We are very impressed with the splendid new environment and there is a sense of awe and wonder from everyone who walks around this part of the new building.”