Haileybury Turnford opens its new building
Haileybury Turnford formally opened its new English, Humanities and Science Building on Wednesday 6th October. In addition to the 12 new classrooms, 3 state of the art science laboratories and sixth form classroom, the building houses the school’s spacious new library.
The new building was opened by Joe Farrell from the Office for the Regional Schools Commission at the Department for Education and was attended by The Mayor of Broxbourne, Cllr David Taylor, representatives from Haileybury, Haileybury Turnford governors, local councillors, contractor Morgan Sindall and students. After the opening, visitors were given a tour of the new facilities and the rest of the school..
Speeches were given by Mr Russell Matcham, Chair of Governors and Mr Robin Newman, Principal of Haileybury Turnford.
Robin Newman, Principal, said that “the opening of our new building is a symbolic moment for Haileybury Turnford, and provides a first class learning environment for our students. Our students have been having lessons in the building since the start of term, and they simply love it!”
Russell Matcham, Chair of Governors, added: “Haileybury Turnford continues to go from strength to strength, and the partnership with the academy sponsor, Haileybury, will continue to underpin the work of the school”.