Pupils at Bourne Westfield Primary Academy received a special visit for the opening of the school’s new learning centre.
Actor Warwick Davis joined the children and staff on Monday to open the new Mezzo Centre at the heart of the school in Westbourne Park.
The Mezzo Centre provides an inspiring learning space, helping to engage the children in their learning.
The two storey building contains a number of learning spaces downstairs and functional meeting rooms for the staff upstairs.
Bourne Education Foundation part of Bourne United Charities helped to fund the new centre, donating a total of £11,500.
Tim Conning, from APSS, brought the vision to life, helpingto provide the spacious design of the Mezzo Centre.
The opening came as part of the school’s week of celebrating differences, helping pupils to discover each individual’s special talent or interest that makes each of them unique.
As well as opening the new centre, Warwick gave a speech to all of the pupils about being different and visited a Year 3 class to speak to pupils.
Headteacher, Elaine Radley, said: “ It was great to have Warwick Davis visit the school, he gave an assembly to the whole school about his career and how its good to be different.
“The children had lots of questions for him and he even taught them how to do some Harry Potter magic.”
The Mezzo Space is now open for all of the children, teachers and governors to enjoy.
Mrs Radley added: “It is a great inspirational learning space and we couldn’t have done it without the help of the sponsors.”