Formal Opening of Tudor Hall Teaching Centre
In honour of the enduring bonds between Tudor Hall and Carrdus School and as part of the Tudor-Carrdus community, children were invited on Wednesday 29th January to share in the celebration as HRH The Duchess of Cornwall visited Tudor Hall to formally open their newly completed Teaching Centre.
During the visit, Her Royal Highness greeted some very excited Carrdus students who were there in strong support along with pupils from William Morris Primary School. Together with an impressive gathering of the very proud Tudor Hall students, staff from all three schools and invited guests from the wider community, it was a very special ceremony celebrating the success and completion of an ambitious vision.
The Teaching Centre at Tudor Hall houses teaching space for the core subjects of Maths and English as well as specialist facilities for the creative arts subjects of Textiles, Ceramics, Food and Nutrition and Photograph and will be used by every girl from Year 7 to the Upper Sixth.
After Her Royal Highness cut the ribbon with Mrs Wendy Griffiths, Head of Tudor Hall in attendance, she then toured the building, meeting teaching staff and Year 6 Carrdus children as they enjoyed a lesson of poetry in the new teaching space. A lovely afternoon permeated with kinship and congratulation!