New entrance for St Albans primary school
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Visiting a primary school in St Albans will be more pleasant from now on after a new entrance was built to provide a more welcoming, and safer, environment.
St Albans Mayor Cllr Annie Brewster has officially opened Windermere Primary School’s new entrance on Windermere Avenue.
A spokeswoman said the new foyer had been designed to reflect the needs of the school in the 21st Century, as it was built in 1957.
It was one of a number of refurbishment projects carried out recently to bring Windermere “up-to-date”.
The spokeswoman said the original entrance opened straight onto the dining room, and people had to walk through that room to access the school office.
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Now, visitors can go straight to the office via a “smart new entrance lobby without going through the dining room”.
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