We are extremely pleased to report that the emergency repairs to our school's electrical systems have been completed. Engineers worked on site until Saturday evening to ensure that the school could be ready to re-open for our children on Monday morning.
The electrical surge, which hits parts of Corby, had blown 16 circuit boards which controlled essential parts of the schools door and security systems. This left us with doors that wouldn't open and others that wouldn't lock. This clearly posed a serious safety risk for students and staff and we were advised that it was not safe to open the school for children.
Having worked around the clock, and having imported the replacement parts, our security services engineers at HALO have been fantastic in getting the school up and running so that we can enjoy the last three days of term.
Thank you again to all of our children and their families for the continued support during this most difficult time. I know we all hope for a trouble free end to the term and a wonderful start to the Christmas period.
Kindest Regards and best wishes
Mr Ijewsky and all of the staff at Maplefields.