Maidenhill's £3.8 million makeover is complete

Maidenhill School headteacher Pam Wilson and Year 7 pupils celebrate the completion of a £3.8 million transformation to their school. The huge internal and external makeover has taken 18 months to complete

Maidenhill School headteacher Pam Wilson and some of her students enjoy the brand new learning resource centre in the heart of the school in King’s Road, Stonehouse.

After: The outside of the school is now clad in grey panels with red highlights around the door and new solar windows

This is what the school looked like before the £3.8 million transformation which took 18 months to complete

In July 2013 the old changing rooms and gym were knocked down to make way for a new student entrance at the school

Students have worked with the architects Roberts Limbrick to share their ideas for the school from the very beginning

First published in News Stroud News and Journal: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

AFTER 18 months of building work Maidenhill School’s £3.8 million refurbishment is now complete.

The school in King’s Road, Stonehouse, has seen a massive transformation both inside and out since work began in April 2012.

As well as the aesthetically pleasing external makeover pupils and staff have also benefited from a brand new learning resource centre.

The Stonehouse community is invited to view the finished refurbishments between 6pm and 8pm tomorrow, Thursday.

Headteacher Pam Wilson said: “We look forward to welcoming the local community and former members of our school community.”

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