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When representatives from St Julien’s school’s student council, Pupil Voice, elected to take time out of their summer holidays to redecorate the girls’ changing rooms, Newport Norse were delighted support the initiative.
The girls’ changing rooms project was a priority of the Pupil Voice group, who were keen to increase awareness and encouragement aimed at getting more girls participating in physical education at school. The group chose a graffiti theme and included inspirational quotes to motivate their classmates.
The volunteers’ project was implemented at the same time as an extensive, £100k programme of improvements was being carried out to the school site.
With support from Welsh government funding, the programmed included the installation of new windows on the building’s west side, new seating areas and picnic bench-style. The school also now has a new CCTV system and now uses a new traffic management, visitor parking and a drop-off system.
Ryan Owen, estates and operations manager at St Julian’s School, said; “Massive thanks to the students involved, as well as the site staff and our external partners, including Newport Norse.”
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