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Building for the future at Gwaelod y Garth Primary School

21st November 2023
Redrow News - Gwaelod y Garth

Pupils at Gwaelod y Garth Primary School are working with leading new home developer Redrow to build their own future in their school yard.

A team of Redrow apprentices have put on their hard hats to assemble a series of outdoor learning spaces for reception and key stage one pupils at the dual stream school. They will now be used to accommodate core themes that are aligned with the Curriculum for Wales including science, technology, engineering and maths. A shop selling produce grown by the children in the school allotment will also be opened to help promote entrepreneurism. 


Head teacher Catrin Evans said: “As a school we aim to provide the highest possible standards of education, inspiring our pupils and helping them develop into ambitious, enterprising, ethical and confident lifelong learners.


“The school community is an integral and unique part of Gwaelod y Garth’s ethos. We strongly believe that education is best provided through a successful partnership between home, school and the local community which is why it is so important to have the support of local businesses like Redrow.


We encourage innovation and our focus on STEM subjects gives all our pupils the opportunity to push the boundaries and work together on live projects to succeed. The outdoor learning spaces installed by Redrow will be hugely valuable as they give us a blank canvas to encourage creativity in an open space. The children have also really enjoyed being part of the project.”


Construction graduate Angharad Jessop led the project for Redrow alongside fellow graduate trainees Charlie Hulme and Morgan Sutton and carpentry apprentice Kirsty Alley. Angharad said: “This has been such a lovely experience, using our skills and time to help make a difference for the pupils at Gwaelod y Garth. We really hope that the new facilities help to support them all with their learning and that they. It may even lead to them considering future careers in construction industry.”

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