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Going up!

We are thrilled that a new lift has been installed at NCW, giving students better access from Art and Drama up to the Science department!

Previously, access to Science on the top floor from Art and Drama on the ground was a bit tricky and long-winded. It meant students having to go up a lift on the other side of school, and going across a bridge.

We successfully received funding from a number of trusts and charities including The Thomas Cook Children's Charity, The Screwfix Foundation and Ecclesiastical.

Thanks to our fab Fundraising Team, students now have much better and quicker access.

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