Big boost to outdoor learning
Sian Davies, Executive Head, Malorees Infant & Junior School, today thanked Network Housing Association for its generosity in donating the freehold of 722sq metres of land in the "Malorees Orchard" to the school.
There was a "ribbon cutting" at the Summer Fair.
Ms Davies said: "Malorees is passionate about outdoor learning and we are absolutely thrilled that future generations of our school children, and local community, can experience such a magical area to explore and learn. We cannot thank Network Homes enough.”
L-R: Catherine Gallimore, Head of Infant School; Robert Singh, Chair of Governing Body; Cllr Carol Shaw from Brent Council; Sian Davies, Executive Head of Infant & Junior Schools; Matt Cattell, Senior Construction Project Manager at Network Homes, with Ethan Jessop, Infant School Council and Megan Deards, Junior School Council. Photos by Sol Aizcorbe.
The terrific news has been covered in the Kilburn Times as follows: www.kilburntimes.co.uk/news/environment/woodland-on-prime-london-land-gifted-to-a-primary-school-in-brondesbury-1-5114700