Bolton youngsters receive a lesson in health and safety

Date: Thursday 17 November 2016

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We invited pupils at St Pauls Church of England Primary School in Bolton to lay down their books for the morning to learn all about health and safety at our Spinning Green development in the town.  

The school, which was keen to learn and encourage the importance of site safety, visited the development on Thursday 3rd November, for a fun-filled session delivered by our Taylor Wimpey Manchester team.

Paul Morgan, assistant head teacher at St Pauls CE Primary School, comments: “This has been such a fantastic activity for the children and we are so pleased at how much they all enjoyed and learnt from the experience.

“The site visit was a great way to teach the children about some important topics outside of a traditional classroom environment. The activities were interactive, enjoyable and, judging by the pupil’s faces, they all had a brilliant day out exploring the development!”

This is the second time we have partnered with St Paul’s CE Primary School, following a donation of high-visibility wristbands in aid of Walk to School last month.

Chloe Dunn, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “It was a pleasure to welcome the pupils of St Pauls to Spinning Green to show them the importance of safety.

“We firmly believe that children learn by experiencing new environments, and it was wonderful to see them get so involved with all the hands-on activities.”

Paul concludes: “On behalf of all of us at St Paul’s CE Primary School, I would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for helping with such an important lesson.

“The pupils had a fantastic time and we look forward to working with Taylor Wimpey again in the future.”

Spinning Green currently features a range of three and four-bedroom homes.