Posted: Sun 8th Dec 2019

Major refurb of entrance to Wrexham secondary school complete for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Sunday, Dec 8th, 2019

A major refurb to the entrance of a Wrexham secondary school has been completed.

The works at Ysgol Clywedog, on Ruthin Road include a glass entryway replacing the original exterior, and giving pupils an amazing new vista on the front of their school.

The new lobby area also leads to some new facilities on the first floor of the school.

Ian Roberts, Chief Officer for Education and Early Intervention at Wrexham Council, said: “We’re absolutely delighted with these fantastic new facilities at Ysgol Clywedog.

“The new entrance has gone a long way to modernising the frontage of the school, and that change in appearance – as noted by the headteacher, Mr Vickery – has contributed hugely to pupils’ pride in their school.

“It also provides an amazing vista of the surrounding area, which will help contribute to the pupils’ sense of place and the role they play in the wider community of Wrexham.”

You can watch an interview with the Headteacher at Ysgol Clywedog, Matt Vickery, below.

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