THIS was the scene at Great Malvern Primary School, as the £1million renovation project draws closer to its end.

These pictures show the classrooms, which were originally to be used temporarily but have been in operation for the last 15 years, being removed from the playgrounds ready for the new six-classroom wing to be used.

The playground is now clear of the units, as confirmed by Malvern Police, but the playground is still to be cleared of debris.

The new building remains fenced off at the school, and is due to open in September in time for the start of the next academic year.

A grant, secured from the Government's Academy Maintenance Fund, allowed the project to get underway which started in the beginning of last November.

Year four to year six children are set to be taught in the classroom wing, while headteacher Paul Jackson-Read has branded the temporary classrooms a "very poor environment for children to learn in".

They were removed on Tuesday, July 29