School set to become one again
A NEATH school — which has been divided at two sites for more than 90 years — has been joined back together.
Last term lower school pupils of Dwr Y Felin waved goodbye to their old school in Longford.
They will now be taught in a new state-of-the-art building at the upper school site in Dwr-y-Felin Road.
New head teacher Sue Hanley — who was previously head at Glan Afan — said: "The new 21st Century school is a fantastic opportunity for all the current pupils."
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She said one site would make life a lot easier.
"It should also improve standards," she said.
Dwr-y-Felin Lower School was opened in January 1953 by County Alderman D T Jenkins OBE and Neath MP D J Williams.
The building is now set for demolition.