A school attended by Amersham residents was delighted to debut its new learning space at the end of last month.
Waterside Primary Academy in Chesham opened The Hub on Tuesday, March 31, which has been developed from an ICT room and is fitted with new computers, laptops, iPads and more to help with learning.
This is not all, however, as The Hub also has its very own video and recording studio, a world map and historical timeline to boost learning opportunities across all subjects.
Mr Waters, a Year 6 teacher said that the children absolutely love the new classroom.
He said: “On top of the many developments made at the school in the last twelve months, we are excited to start using the space for lessons from the start of the Summer Term.
“We believe that it is the ideal area to continue to educate our children with the cultural capital they require to become fully educated citizens who are prepared for life in the modern world.”
The new space was funded by a combination of grants and donations, with the majority being funded by the school’s PTA.
Karen Craven, a member of the PTA said the group are proud to see the money going towards such a worthy cause which will benefit current and future pupils.
She said: “We are delighted to open The Hub today and see the wonderful learning space for ourselves – it is another unique and creative area at Waterside Primary Academy and we are pleased that the money we raised with the Waterside community has been used for a project which will be enjoyed by the children at Waterside for years to come.”