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Burgess Hill School for girls to be given a makeover
8:50am Monday 29th July 2013 in News
Students will return to school following their summer break to find major changes to the buildings as part of a major building expansion.
Burgess Hill School for Girls is undergoing the building and development work across the junior and senior school.
The new additions will include a new foyer and entrance to Croft Hall, a language suite in the senior school and a learning resource centre.
The building work is already under way, with some of the features scheduled to be ready to use in the new academic year.
Head of the junior school Heather Miller said: “The significant development for the junior school, to create a new Learning Resource Centre, will incorporate the library and the latest technology.
“The area is intended to be a space where the girls can hold presentations, undertake research work or indeed simply sit and enjoy a good book.”
The Croft Hall will be extended to create a glazed, curved entrance foyer and space will be used during public performance intermissions.
The senior school will have a new language suite in the main school building, Webb House, from September.
The Junior School at Burgess Hill School for Girls will also undergo building work to create a Learning Resource Centre, encompassing a new library with access to iPads.
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