CAMBRIDGESHIRE County Council Chairman John Powley will be the guest of honour when he officially opens the new Trinity Schoo l- which has a base in Wisbech.
Cllr Powley will perform the ceremony at the school’s Foxton site in Station Road on Thursday October 25 at 12.30pm.
Trinity School is a community special school formed by the merger of three previous learner centres. It has three bases – at Wisbech, Foxton, and Hartford.
The school serves children with statements of special needs, specifically for behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. As a multi-site school it is able to accept pupils into any of the three sites across the county.
Bringing the learning centres together means that children have access to a much wider curriculum, a broader range of specialist staff and most importantly are part of a school environment.
Each site has its own distinctive personality and curriculum but works under a shared ethos and set of core values.
The opening ceremony will start with a short presentation by headteacher Jim Simon and the chair of governors.
Cllr Powley will then officially open the school and hand over a ceremonial key. This will be followed by a presentation of pupils’ work, art displays and tours of the school.