Primary School unveiled to pupils in Peniel.
School children in Peniel were given a tour of the ongoing construction of their new £3.3 million school. It will cater for 120 pupils and is being built on the current school site as part of by Carmarthenshire Council's modernising education programme.
Along with the pupils, teachers and the board of governors donned hard hats for the occasion. They were joined by WRW construction site manager Ian Ashcroft.
The new state-of-the-art school building will provide a modern, spacious and comfortable environment for pupils and staff.
The council's director of special projects Rob Sully said: "The county council always endeavours to use the construction process as a learning experience for the children.
"It will also raise awareness of how the new school will have a much lower environmental impact than the existing one." The development also includes a £200,000 project - funded by a grant obtained by the local community association - to create space for the whole community to utilise.
Executive board member for education Ieuan Jones said: "This development is a prime example of how we would like to work with local organisations to ensure new school developments fully involve and are embraced by the local community.