Blog | YOG to provide furniture for local school

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Yorkshire Office Group are delighted to announce that we are working with Rotherham based school Thrybergh Fullerton Primary as they look to improve their classroom environment over the summer period.

The school, which has been Hallam FM’s school of the week in recent weeks (which involves the Hallam FM team meeting the staff and kids and running a spelling competition involving the children on the breakfast show), has already agreed to use our services for stationary supplies previously and we are hard at work getting together, paper, pens, folders and other gear ready for the new academic year, starting in September.

This is no small operation by any means with school stationary requirements up there with the very highest in terms of volume and quality. Every book, pad, whiteboard marker set will be provided for the school over the coming months; our job to ensure that every teacher and pupil can work at their very best and have the right equipment on hand when they need it.

After having worked for Thrybergh Fullerton Primary School during this year, they also spoke to use about upgrading some of their furniture within classrooms and offices during the summer period, making the whole school feel vibrant and fresh. Children’s chairs can become worn out and uncomfortable over time and cause pain to children so all furniture is being looked at over the coming weeks.

This is not the first time we have worked with schools and we offer the service to any school within the Yorkshire area. Whether you are in the need of stationary or office furniture, we have the team on hand to help design to meet your needs, and deliver on time every time.

For more information on the range of office furniture or stationary we provide from any business or school in the Yorkshire region, which includes, Leeds, Wakefield and Sheffield, please contact us today on 01924 888800.


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