Cotswold School celebrates 25 years with opening of new maths block

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, MP, and Mavis Viscountess Dunrossil with head teacher Will Morgan, Head of Mathematics Stuart Smith and students outside the new mathematics block at The Cotswold School in Bourton (8214626)

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, MP, and Mavis Viscountess Dunrossil cut the ribbon to officially open the new mathematics block at The Cotswold School in Bourton (8214630)

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, MP, and Mavis Viscountess Dunrossil cut the ribbon to officially open the new mathematics block at The Cotswold School in Bourton (8214636)

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A SCHOOL in Bourton-on-the-Water has celebrated its 25th anniversary with the opening of a brand new, modern maths block.

Cotswold School in Bourton invited district MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown and governor Lady Mavis Dunrossil to officially cut the ribbon to the new building, marking a successful start to the next quarter century.

The school choir provided entertainment for the guests on the day, last week, and bucks fizz and canapés were handed around to turn the event into a true celebration.

Headteacher at the school for 17 years Will Morgan said the school was immensely proud of its past but always looked forward to the future.

"The opening of this mathematics block is symbolic of this 25 year journey," he said. "Our success is sustainable because so many school leaders and generations of governors have committed to building this school. We never lost sight of what is most important in helping children achieve their potential."

Mr Clifton-Brown, who made a small speech on the day, said it was a huge privilege to be asked to the cut the ribbon at the school's special milestone event.

"This is a fantastic school," he said. "It has had three outstanding Ofsted reports in a row which is an incredible achievement. It is a great privilege to be opening the maths block."

Lady Dunrossil, a governor at the school since it first opened and a member of Gloucestershire County Council for 30 years, said it was a joy to have been invited along to the festivities.

Mr Morgan announced in his speech that she had helped lead this school to become what is is today.

"She carries the gratitude and respect of all," he said.

The school have just recently opened a brand new geography block on the site, as well as the maths block.

"Over the next 25 years we aim to achieve the simple," said Mr Morgan. "That's outstanding results with happy children. We want to make sure the facilities are the best they can possibly be."

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