Fulford school are excited to share ambitious plans for developing the school Resource Centre!
This is to include an expansion and complete refurbishment of the existing library space, together with the provision of entirely new IT and study facilities for students.
This project is made possible through the generosity of both the Fulford parent community and alumni. Particular thanks go to the Paver family.
It was great to welcome into school Jason Paver and Sarah Thom who are both ex Fulford students. After showing our plans for the library and having a walk down memory lane with a tour of the school, we were delighted and very grateful to receive a cheque for £5,000 to help bring about a transformation to our library and Resource Centre.
“It is hard to think of anything that will make a greater difference to children than growing their love for reading. Through this, new worlds and new horizons are opened. Prejudices are challenged and fresh ideas are stimulated. The school library is absolutely central to our vision for inclusivity and nurturing a passion for learning.” Stephen Bailey, Assistant Head teacher
Work on developing this space will be phased across the remainder of the academic year to ensure that limitations to student access during refurbishment/ expansion are minimised. The new library will be ready to open its doors to eager students in the new academic year.