Whole school gets a say in revamp

22nd July 2011 at 01:00

Every pupil and member of staff, including the caretaker, at a Swansea secondary school have had their say in a #163;22 million upgrade. Pupils at Morriston Comprehensive said they wanted a "modern, happy, welcoming environment" with "vibrant colours" and "open spaces". The results of the consultation will be fed back to the architects for incorporation in the plans.

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