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Thursday, 25 April 2019
A SCHOOL in Hurley is to move from its temporary building after securing a permanent home.
Beech Lodge School, a small, independent charitable school, is to relocate from Home Farm to the Stubbings Estate in Maidenhead.
Pupils watched the excavation of the foundations last week during a tour of the site with the school’s three co-founders, headteacher Lucy Barnes, proprietor Daniela Shanly and parent Emma Barklem.
Beech Lodge was set up in 2013 and is for children aged seven to 17 who don’t fit into mainstream education due to social or emotional issues or mild learning difficulties.
Mrs Shanly said: “It has taken a while but now we can really look forward to creating a lovely, calm environment where our children can work and play.”
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