Why do good quality education facilities matter?

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council recognises the strong link between good quality educational facilities and attainment.

Better facilities can enable pupils to get better results.

All pupils deserve to be taught in classrooms which are fit for purpose. The need is becoming more pressing as the education environment changes.

Is my child safe at school with the construction work going on?

All construction areas are secured and pupils will be educated on the dangers of construction sites.

Will the building work disrupt lessons at the school?

All work will be organised to minimise disruption to lessons. If necessary, temporary classrooms will be provided.

What hours of the day will build work be taking place?

Work will take place between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays. No work is undertaken on Sundays.

How much noise and disruption is there likely to be on weekends?

Work is only planned between 8am and 1pm on Saturdays. If any disruptive activity is unavoidable, this will be posted on our latest news area and local residents will be informed.

Will I still be able to travel along the roads around the site during the build?

Yes.

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