A ROMSEY school has unveiled its new Key Stage 2 building to their pupils this autumn.

The building, located at Stroud School in Highwood Lane, will now provide a "spacious educational environment" to teach middle school children.

The school also believes the "children are already enjoying the light and airy rooms", adding "all the classrooms have direct access to undercover outside areas, allowing all pupils to learn outdoors in all weather".

As reported, a spokesperson from Stroud School told the Romsey Advertiser: "The soundproof, folding walls between teaching rooms enable collaborative interaction across more open and flexible spaces.

"These have been used successfully in Finnish schools, which regularly feature in the top five within world education tables.

"These walls also offer an interactive space, where students and teachers can write together to build topic knowledge."