Steel Frame Signing

Pupils from Bourne Abbey C of E Primary Academy were invited by the builders, GEDA, to step inside the new school steel frame and sign wishes of success for the new school.  They are  very proud to have made their mark on the steel frame of the new Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academy.

Six young pupils, along with representatives from Lincolnshire County Council and Mouchel Project Department joined main contractor GEDA construction to sign some of the columns that form part of the steel frame of the new educational facility.

Work on building the new school on Sandown Drive, Bourne, is scheduled for completion in the summer. The premises will be built to high environmental standards using sustainable  Steel frame signingmaterials.

Aaron Hughes, Business Development Manager for GEDA Construction, commented: “Work is progressing well on the new school and we were delighted to welcome the pupils and are working closely with Bourne Elsea Park Academy partners and the local community to keep them involved in the programme.”

Mrs Cherry Edwards, Executive Headteacher, said: “It’s great news that some of our pupils could come along to sign the frame of the new school and leave their own lasting mark on this unique educational facility for Bourne and the Elsea Park area.”

 Pupils with pens at the ready to sign the steel frame.