Tuesday 4th June 2024

We Support School Trip to Brickworks Museum

We are delighted to share our support for Sarisbury Infant School with a £250 donation towards its recent educational trip to the Brickworks Museum in Swanwick.

Sarisbury Infant School at the Brickworks Museum

Supporting education

The donation is part of our ongoing commitment to giving back to the community surrounding our Bramley Park development in Warsash and fostering education within the area. 


The trip to the Brickworks Museum was part of Sarisbury Infant School’s Year 2’s current learning topic of the Great Fire of London which has taught them how houses built today are much safer than in 1666 and are made to help prevent the spread of fire. The pupils also made their own bricks as part of the session and were able to look and hold objects from the Great Fire of London.

Sarisbury School at the Brickworks Museum

Johanna Copestake, Year 2 Leader at Sarisbury Infant School said: “A big thank you to Taylor Wimpey for the donation which helped us reduce the cost of this trip which concludes our Year 2’s work on the Great Fire of London. During the day, they learnt about how bricks were made and also how they are a more suitable building material after the Great Fire of London.”


We also supported the Year 2 pupils’ learning of the Great Fire of London by providing Sarisbury Infant School with leaflets on the homes being built at our Bramley Park development. The pupils used these leaflets for a writing activity where they wrote in the voice of an estate agent selling a modern home.