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Science Refurbishment

Posted on: February 2nd 2021

Science 5  1 newheaderWith work due to begin on the refurbishment of one of our Science labs during February half term, we would like to express our sincere thanks to donors to the Amery Hill School Trust, past and present, for supporting this project.

Science 5 is one of our oldest Science rooms and is in need of attention to make it into a modern, welcoming teaching space that will help to inspire students about the study of science. All of the old furniture will be stripped out (including the wood panelling and roller blackboards!) and the room layout will be changed to meet the requirements of teaching today’s Science curriculum. This is an exciting development and a significant investment for the benefit of all our students.  

When students return to school, the room will have been transformed into a light, fresh, uncluttered and welcoming teaching space.  The new desks will all be equipped with an integral gas supply and electrical sockets, allowing all students to participate in practical lessons and develop their interest and curiosity in different scientific disciplines.

We are incredibly grateful to the generous contribution from the Amery Hill Trust, which has allowed this project to take place.  Funds allowing, we hope to continue the refurbishment of the Science Department later this year. If you would like to make a donation to the School Trust, please visit our School Trust page on this website or use the link below. Thank you!

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