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8 October 2010
Headmaster David Pearson gave a guided tour of the new 6th form block to the trustees of Hutton Church of England Grammar School on the 7 October.
The new 6th form block completed in time for the new September 2010 in take, is the latest in number of highly successful investment projects undertaken over the last 5 years.
The school, which was awarded an 'outstanding' grade in the 2009 Ofsted report, was founded in 1552 and opened by no less than King Henry VIII! The school moved to the current location in 1742.
Haleys enjoy very close relations with the school. Tim Haley is chairman of the trustees and treasurer to the very successful New Future Appeal committee. The New Future Appeal has raised enormous sums of money through the generous donations of parents, former pupils and local businesses that have led to the establishment of a new arts and drama block, successful application for specialist Maths and ICT status and now the new 6th form block.
Haleys also provide work experience for Hutton pupils.Go Back
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