Trim trail keeps pupils on their toes
PUPILS returning to Walmore Hill Primary School are learning new skills thanks to a trim trail and a willow dome.
The trail allows them to test out their balance and climbing abilities, while the sustainable dome offers a hide away and relaxation area.
They have been built as part of the school's commitment to the environment, which has also seen it invest in solar energy.
It comes as the school stepped up to become graded good by Ofsted inspectors last term.
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Examiner Jenny Batelen concluded the children behaved well, listened to teachers and felt safe and supported.
Head teacher Sue Meek said: "Stepping up an Ofsted grade is no easy task and the award is testimony to the hard work and dedication of both teachers and support staff.
"Staff, governors, children and parents have received the recognition they deserve for the continuing improvements."