Grange Hill Primary heads towards good times

Principal of Grange Hill Primary School, Clayton Smith, unveils a commemorative plaque mounted on the wall of the $111-million classroom block built by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund. Looking on from left are Member of Parliament for Westmoreland Western, Morland Wilson; Director of the Ministry of Education and Youth's Region Four, Dr Michelle Pinnock; school chairman, Samuel Williams; state minister in the Ministry of Education, Marsha Smith; managing director for the Jamaica Social Investment Fund, Omar Sweeney and project manager for the Basic Needs Trust Fund at JSIF, Daintyann Barrett Smith.
November 4, 2023
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Teachers and students of Grange Hill Primary School in Westmoreland can now enjoy more contact hours following an $111-million expansion.

The project, which was undertaken by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), saw the construction of an eight-classroom block, eight toilets which included two stalls for the physically disabled, a sick bay with bathroom, a guidance counsellor's office, a staff area with bathroom, an office, and a tertiary sewerage system that helps them recycle treated water.