Pupils at Pawlett Primary have been enjoying the state-of-the-art football 3G surface next door to their school.

The lucky children are excited to be using the 3G pitch for their future physical education lessons.

On top of this, pupils have picturesque grounds to explore which host a football pitch with nets and an obstacle course in their playground.

Pawlett Primary is now being supported by the Priory Learning Trust which made Priory Community School in Weston-super-Mare Outstanding. It is also assisting The King Alfred School.

The school is located between Burnham and Bridgwater and currently has 56 pupils from Reception up to Year 6.

Executive Principal, Neville Coles, said: “The facilities at this school are truly fantastic, and situated in picturesque grounds. I’m really glad the pupils enjoyed the 3G sport surface and we’re excited for them to use it in the future.”

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