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Parents are invited on a tour of the school after the exciting opening – FE News


The highly-subscribed Hart School in Ruggles has announced it will be inviting new parents and pupils on a tour of its facilities following a spectacular opening.

A Creative Education Trust school on the edge of Cannock Chase is building a next-generation, zero-profit building as part of a £2.5m expansion to help meet demand for places at the school, which is ranked as a top five secondary school of choice for parents 6- graders in Staffordshire.

The latest investment involves the creation of three new science laboratories and an additional 2,000 square meters of social space for students at the school with further development.

It comes after the school, which has increased its enrollment to 23 pupils in 2022 to meet demand and whose motto is We Can, We Will, We Do, revealed it had oversubscribed for the second year in a row.

Open evenings to be held after net zero construction is complete

Construction of the new net zero building is due to be completed in August, and the school said it will be holding open evenings in 2023-2024 for parents and students to see the exciting new addition, as well as the school’s other existing facilities, including the dome for rest in any weather, in October.

There will be two 6th Form Opening Nights on Tuesday 4th October from 5.00pm to 6.30pm and Wednesday 5th October from 6.00pm to 7.30pm.

And the opening evening of the 12th grade will take place on Tuesday, October 18, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

For more information about Ofsted-rated Penkridge Bank Road High School, visit https://www.hartschool.org.uk/ or follow them on social media @thehartschool, via email [email protected] or by phone on 01889 802440 (in term time).

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