Hatherleigh schoolchildren learn site safety lessons

Pupils at Hatherleigh Community Primary
School designed safety posters for the town
after learning about the potential dangers on
building sites.

 

Kingswood Homes is developing The Market
Quarter in the centre of the town and project
manager Alex Swann visited the school before
lockdown to talk about site safety and set the
poster challenge.

Headteacher Alan Monger said: “Alex was
brilliantly engaging with the children, explaining
about the construction process of building houses
and the potential dangers on a building site. It also
raised their interest in the diversity and excitement
of working in construction, so hopefully, we might
have encouraged the next generation of building
professionals.

 

Alex said: “With the summer holidays upon us it
is important that children know building sites are
not a playground and I think the posters show that
they have taken the lessons on board. It was tough
choosing the winners and Kingswood would like
to thank all the children and the school for getting
involved.”

The designers of the winning posters were all
presented with book tokens.

 

Sales at The Market Quarter launched this month
with several reservations already taken

 

The first show home will be ready to view later in
the summer with the first homes ready for their new
owners by the end of the year.
For more information please go to:
https://kingswoodhomes.uk.com/developments/
the-market-quarter-at-hatherleigh/

PUPILS AT HATHERLEIGH COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL PROUDLY DISPLAY THE SAFETY POSTERS THEY EACH DESIGNED. BACK ROW: JAMIMA, MOLLY, AMELIA, VANESSA, HARRY. FRONT ROW: KACEY, CHLOE, AVA, WILLIAM.
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