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West Norfolk School's £1.2m refurbishment

Staff and students at Marshland High School are looking to the future with a newly-completed £1.2million refurbishment project.

The investment will ensure students at the school, part of the West Norfolk Academies Trust, will have facilities fit for the coming years and can enjoy a new science lab and refurbished classrooms in the humanities faculty.

Headteacher Craig Jansen said: “We are immensely proud of our reputation for supporting students to achieve highly and be the best they can be. However, given the current challenges facing society and schools, it is more important than ever to ensure our amazing students and teachers have access to the very best learning environment and facilities to continue for our school drive for excellence in all we do.”

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