Pupils and teachers to reap rewards from Haringey Council’s multi-million-pound investment
Pupils and teaching staff are continuing to benefit from Haringey Council’s multi-million-pound commitment in school settings that bolster their health and wellbeing and allow them to excel and thrive.
The Council’s Cabinet Member for Early Years, Children and Families, Cllr Zena Brabazon, has recently visited Chestnuts Primary and West Green Primary – two schools, among others, that are currently undergoing improvement works to their energy efficiency, facilities and infrastructure.
The Chestnuts Primary project is up to the value of £4m, while the West Green scheme amounts to £2.6m as part of Haringey’s wider Children’s Services Asset Management Plan (CSAMP).
That represents a significant £6.6m outlay on just two educational settings in the borough with pupils, parents and teachers all reaping the rewards of better outcomes now and in the future.
Cllr Brabazon said:
“The funding for these capital works is absolutely vital as it’s ensuring the physical environment is greatly improved for all the children and staff.
“Our provision for children and young people is among the top priorities of this current administration, which is why we’re investing many millions of pounds into our educational settings here in Haringey.
“We want our children, young people and teachers to learn and teach in schools with improved facilities and infrastructure, as well as upgraded energy efficiency measures.”
Cllr Brabazon’s visits to Chestnuts Primary and West Green Primary comes shortly after the approval of the second phase of improvement works at Highgate Primary up to the value of £2.2m overall.
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