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Closed 01/07/2017

raised of £20,000 target by 9 supporters

    Weʼve raised £380 to Help us create the world's most irresistible double decker library! We want to encourage and instil a love of reading in all our pupils.

    London Borough of Redbridge, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 1st July 2017

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    Aldersbrook Primary School is a three-form entry primary school (and nursery) which seeks to provide an engaging environment for its pupils.
    As well as raising academic standards, over recent years, the school has sought to improve its physical environment with the aim of motivating and inspiring its students, fostering a positive learning experience whilst respecting the school’s Victorian heritage and its setting in the Aldersbrook Conservation Area.
    The school’s current library is no longer fit for purpose. It cannot accommodate whole classes at any one time and is not conducive to supporting one of the school’s primary aims – to raise standards in reading.
    As the school has grown from two to three-form entry, it does not have space within the existing buildings to accommodate a new facility suitable for 21st century teaching methods. It has therefore been forced explore alternatives to solve this problem.
    In keeping with the school’s ethos of inspiring learning, it is seeking to provide a library facility which not only provides the requisite floor space but also ignites and sustains a love of reading in all its students. Therefore, the school is proposing to refurbish and convert a double decker bus into a new school library and this design and access statement is provided in support of a planning application for the proposal. This proposal would effectively double the amount of library space the school currently has (from approximately 48 square meters to 100 square meters).



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    • Aldersbrook Primary School3 years ago
      Aldersbrook Primary School

      Aldersbrook Primary School

      3 years ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Dear all of you that have donated and supported our project. We are now setting up a new page so that we can continue to raise money. An update for you...the bus arrives in the playground tomorrow and we are starting to plan the refurbishment to make it the best school library in the country! Thank you for your support and generous donations!!

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    3 years ago

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    Page last updated on: 7/1/2017 20.41



    • Anonymous


      Jul 1, 2017

    • Oriana and Faisal

      Oriana and Faisal

      Jul 1, 2017


    • Dean and Lucy Johnston

      Dean and Lucy Johnston

      Jun 22, 2017

      Really inspiring project looking and forward to see it come to life.


    • Alan Day

      Alan Day

      Jun 22, 2017

      Donating to this great cause.Please do too. I know Emily and Ben will throughly love using this Library


    • Russel & Fiona Tatham

      Russel & Fiona Tatham

      Jun 14, 2017

      Great project - good luck with the fund raising


    • Kairika Karsna

      Kairika Karsna

      Jun 13, 2017


    • Rahima Khokhar

      Rahima Khokhar

      Jun 9, 2017

      Good luck with raising money for such a great cause. ❤️Reading

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    Aldersbrook Primary School

    London Borough of Redbridge, United Kingdom

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