Students at Churchill Special school have begun benefitting from a new library that has doubled in size.
The school officially opened their new library last week with headteacher Chris Komodromos saying that it has already made a big impression on students and staff alike.
He explained: “Literacy is a big part of Churchill School and we are delighted to have this new library and very welcome environment for all our students.
“The previous library was quite cramped and didn’t allow us to organise the books in the way we wanted.
“But thanks to the hard work of some staff members, which included kitting out the new library over the summer holidays, we now have a space we can all be proud of.”
The new library allows the school to have particular themed areas including author of the month and a careers section. Students are also being encouraged to complete their own book reviews.
Mr Komodromos particularly wanted to thank Sam Crouch, who is responsible for the library, and English coordinator Georgie Crawford for their work on the project.