Staff and Governors are offering a warm welcome to the local community at an open event and tour of the new school on Saturday 21st October between 10am and 1pm and Sunday 22nd October between 2pm and 4pm.
This will offer a great opportunity for the community to view first hand, the renovations and works undertaken at the former Victorian style school, allowing for the first time all school year groups to be taught on the same, modern site.
There will also be an opportunity to view the School House that was purchased and transformed into a new Wrap around Child Care facility with office accommodation and meeting rooms upstairs.
Cllr David A Bithell Chair of Governors said: “We welcome the local community to see the new school and facilities. “Staff and Governors are really proud of our new facilities where the old Victorian school frontage was retained into a seamless new 21st Century building.”
Headteacher, Mrs Alison Heale said: “We’re all extremely proud of our new school, and we’re very excited to be able to invite the community in to see the changes that have been made. “ Once again I’d like to extend a huge thank you to our parents and guardians, residents and the local community for their patience during the construction of the site. “The changes and improvements have been transformational and I look forward with excitement to welcoming you all.”
Cllr Phil Wynn, Lead Member for education at Wrexham Council said: “I’m extremely pleased with the high standard of work at the school and am confident that the school will serve the Johnstown community well for many years to come, as well as being a source of pride for the community.”