Huddersfield Grammar School opens £4million development
Huddersfield Grammar School in the UK welcomed celebrity chef Brian Turner CBE to open their new £4 million development on Saturday 4th October. Guided by the Headmaster, and accompanied by the Mayor and Mayoress of Kirklees, Brian Turner enjoyed a tour of the new buildings before opening the St David’s Building. This new development houses the Food Technology and Art Classrooms, six Pre-Prep classrooms, and first floor classrooms for Senior School English and Modern Foreign Languages. The Yorkshire-based celebrity chef then entertained more than 200 people with an impressive display of cooking producing three impressive dishes for the audience to taste in a marquee on the front lawn. Headmaster, Tim Hoyle said that “the atmosphere throughout the whole school was one of enthusiasm and excitement when viewing the quality of the new facilities. Brian Turner brilliantly entertained us all and was delighted to see that we now have a wonderful new facility for teaching Food Technology. There remains work to be completed and we have plans for continuing development. The future for the school is bright and the opportunities for the children are ever increasing.