Llancarfan Primary School will become one of the first net zero carbon schools in Wales optimising use of renewable energy across the building.
That means greenhouse gas emissions will be greatly reduced and any remaining emissions offset, neutralising the school’s environmental impact. This project will see the school move to a new site in Rhoose with capacity for 210 pupils and 48 part-time nursery places.
Teaching will take place in classrooms across two storeys, while the project also includes a main hall for sport and dining, offices, a staffroom and break-out areas. Within the grounds there will be play areas, a multi-use games area (MUGA) and green areas featuring flowers and trees.
On arrival, all visitors will receive an induction before a presentation on the history of the project. Visitors will then be provided with PPE and escorted around the project by a member of the construction team where they can see first-hand the works that are taking place behind the scenes.
Internal works will be undertaken during this time
Information on Open Doors 2022 will be released shortly