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New Lowestoft pupil referral unit opened

PUBLISHED: 16:05 13 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:14 06 July 2010

Hayley Mace

Children from across north Suffolk will benefit from a new educational facility which was officially opened in Lowestoft today.

The Harbour Pupil Referral Unit provides schooling for children who are unable to attend mainstream schools and the new building, on Saturn Close, was opened today.

Children from across north Suffolk will benefit from a new educational facility which was officially opened in Lowestoft today.

The Harbour Pupil Referral Unit provides schooling for children who are unable to attend mainstream schools and the new building, on Saturn Close, was opened today.

It has been built to replace mobile classrooms on the site of Colville House and offers state-of-the-art facilities for all areas of the curriculum including science, food technology and art.

t For more information and pictures, see tomorrow's EDP.


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