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Wednesday 7 July 2010

Sir William Stanier Community School

Sir William Stanier Community School

There was a celebration of arts, dance, sports and technology on Friday (July 2) to mark the completion of the second and final phase of the Sir William Stanier Community School in Crewe.

Pupils from Beechwood Primary School performed with students from Sir William Stanier in the school’s new leisure centre as part of National School Sports Week.

Crewe and Nantwich MP Edward Timpson lead the celebrations.

Friday’s ceremony marks the end of the £21m project. The school, which can cater for 1,050 students, opened last September.

It replaces Coppenhall High School and Victoria Community Technology School, which were amalgamated in 2007. Sir William Stanier Community School was built on the site of Coppenhall High School.

The new leisure centre includes a sports hall, dance studio, drama studio, meeting facilities, a fully-equipped computer suite and all-weather pitches. The new state-of-the-art facilities are available to both school pupils and members of the public.

Councillor Andrew Knowles, Cabinet member with responsibility for health and wellbeing, said: “I attended the event on Friday and it was great to see so many young people having fun and keeping fit.

“The facilities at Sir William Stanier Community School are very impressive and this is good news for both pupils and the wider community of Crewe.

“My congratulations go to all the people who have put in so much hard work to bring this project to completion.”

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